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Anilao, Batangas, a two-and-a-half (124 km; 77 miles) drive through the Southern Luzon country side from Manila, is considered one of the most sought after dive destinations in the Philippines. It’s hidden underwater treasure offers world-class diving and incredible macro photo opportunities.  It has some of the highest concentrations of diverse marine life on the planet, including over 90% of the coral species and a spectacular number of different species of nudibranch.

Since the 1960’s Anilao has remained at the forefront of the scuba industry and is still an excellent place for snorkelers, novices and experienced aquanauts alike.

Photographers inevitably have a field day here, and professionals come in time and time again from around the world to shoot the area’s diverse sites.  The macro photographer will enjoy the legendary photo opportunities this dive destination affords while wide angle enthusiasts won’t be disappointed either.

A group of divers organized by DiveNet regularly go to Anilao on week-ends.  See some of Anilao’s top side and underwater photos.

For more information about Anilao trip details, contact us through e-mail info@divenetphil.com.

How to get there:

Via private vehicle:

MAP going to Anilao via the Batangas NEW "STAR TOLL" HIGHWAY

  • South Super Highway LAST EXIT
  • Take the last exit of the “STAR TOLL” HIGHWAY
  • Upon reaching the CIRCLE, take the middle road
  • Passing Toyota on your left side
  • Upon reaching an overpass, DO NOT GO UP (this goes to the PIER) – veer to the right.
  • Turn RIGHT on the 1st street - this road leads to BAUAN. Go straight.
  • RIGHT at Jolibee – follow the road, Mabini Municipal Hall on your right.
  • After Petron, turn LEFT after the bridge. You are now in MABINI
  • Follow the road, until you will see the OCEAN on your left side
  • Follow a ZIG ZAG road, then you will reach a fork, make a RIGHT
  • Follow the road signs leading to ANILAO
  • Before reaching the Anilao pier, make a LEFT
  • All along the road you will see a series of resorts – the ocean should already be on your right side.

Via public transportation:

  • Go to JAM terminal Edsa – near Kamuning/GMA-7.
  • Take bus that says “ CALABARZON BATANGAS PIER”
  • Ask driver to let you get off at the “diversion” which is after the STARTOLL Highway and before the bus goes up to the flyover that goes to the PIER.
  • Take jeepney that goes MABINI-ANILAO, asked to be dropped off at ANILAO.
  • Take jeepney or tricicle to the resort.


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PUERTO GALERA, Mindoro Island is separated from Luzon by the Verde Island Passage. Waters are flushed by the current of the South China Sea,
resulting in strong currents of up to 6 knots. This makes the area well known for its spectacular, exhilarating drift dives. The diversity of hard and soft corals,
along with hundreds of species of tropical fish life makes Puerto Galera one of the most popular dive destinations in the Philippines.

For more information about Puerto Galera trip details, contact us through e-mail info@divenetphil.com.


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 For more information about Verde Island trip details, contact us through e-mail info@divenetphil.com.


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Palau's profuse, unspoiled reefs offer a wealth of marine life, coral formations and wrecks. Divers enjoy fantastic visibility into blue holes, huge caverns with a variety of large pelagic predators, sharks, turtles, dolphins and many species of migratory fish. Land locked marine lakes, accessible from the sea through tunnels beneath the island's steep shorelines, are home to rare jelly fish, anemones and soft corals. 

Palau's famed "Rock Islands" are a collection of rounded, foliage-covered isles which seem to float above the surface of the water. A boat trip through them will reveal a number of magnificent white sand beach hideaways perfect for a secluded picnic.

Many visitors to Palau arrive on Continental Airlines by way of daily flights from Guam--gateway to Micronesian. Continental Airlines provide daily flights from Guam to Palau and twice a week from Manila, Philippines. For more information about Palau trip details, contact us through e-mail info@divenetphil.com.


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