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Get The Hang Of Diving In Anilao Batangas

Anilao Batangas is one of the most popular places to visit among vacationers. It is renowned to have one of the most beautiful and exhilarating diving spots in the Philippines.

Its water is abundant of aquatic life, corals, and variety of fish. Its shore on the northwest of the Calumpang Land that is from Anilao to Bagalangit has accents of beautiful resorts ideal for the travelers especially among divers. An island hopping venture is a favorite activity where one can reach the best diving spots, islands of Sombrero and Maricaban and different coves as well by riding in a banca.

Getting There

Getting to Anilao Batangas is very easy with accessible transportation either by boat or by land. Being one of the most places in Batangas commonly visited, getting to the place is not a problem. Guests who want to get a taste of excitement of commuting may take a bus from Buendia terminal in Manila bound for Batangas City. Simply ask the conductor for a drop off at the jeepney terminal having Mabini/Bauan route. From Mabini unloading area, access to any of the resorts will then be available. Getting to Anilao by boat is through the Batangas port then ride a bus with a route passing to Mabini or Bauan.

Anilao's Diving Pleasure

Anilao has been very famous for its diving spots with its high accessibility from Manila. This is just a perfect get away for all the city denizens wanting to give themselves a break. A lot of people who have been to this place said that Anilao is a concealed gem that gives its guests and visitors the chance for diving with a world class astounding macro photography experience.

The diving spots in Anilao offer a diving opportunity among divers of all levels. Anyone can always have a spot to dive from beginner to advanced divers. Anilao diving is considered to be a once in a lifetime experience with superb personalized services offered by the different resort's staff for your convenience and comfort.

Exploring the underwater beauty of Anilao gives even a beginner diver the chance to experience an exhilarating underwater adventure. Beginners can always feel the excitement of diving in a beautifully landscaped underwater seabed abundant with coral and marine life.

Beautiful Dive Sites At Anilao

Anilao Batangas diving provides the best dive sites. One of the most famous local dive sites here is the Cathedral which has been a local marine refuge and has been the local dive masters' check out dive. The concrete cross that was planted by then President Fidel Ramos often catches the attentions of the divers. There is a galore marine life in this area. Clown fish, butterfly fish, and Moorish idols are very common sight here. It has become a desolated area and overgrown with corals.

Twin Rocks near the Balai Dive Resort is another dive site any driver should not miss. It has an ablaze display and presentation of various sea fans, nudibranches, and corals both soft and hard lying the remains of a tipped over barge. Divers may have the chance to witness schools of small fish, surgeon fish, large giant clam and lion fish.

Just from the coast of Anilao across Maricaban strait situated several dive sites. Other dive sites are near Sombrero Island. It is called the Sombrero Island because of its underwater appearance that mirrors one of an upside down hat. One can find Beatrice and Sepok dive spots in this area. These are the famous dive spots offering divers the chance and privilege of witnessing larger sea creatures such as sharks, jack fish, turtles, and octopus.

Get your gears and be ready to get the hang of diving at Anilao Batangas.




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