Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Dive at Anilao Philippines

What: Dive in Anilao Batangas, Philippines
When: October 27, 2018
Where: Bubble Anilao Batangas



All the photos credit: Jason Carlos Photography

What a great week end last Saturday morning around 5am meet up with this guys preparation for dive in Anilao Batangas, Philippines. 2 hours travel time from the Metro Manila to Batangas and Our dive master Evan, Pj and Jason. They prepared already our equipment for dive like (air tank, BCD, Regulator, weights, fins and mask ) and load to our boat all is set and all you have to to is relax and enjoy while traveling with the dolphins swims with us and a good bless weather.

We have 3 dive on our Itinerary our first dive is in:

1. Ligpo Island
2. Front of Dive and trek
3. Basura

On our first dive in Ligpo the water is clear, Temperature is normal 28 C max. Bottom time 35:20 and 23 Meters deep.



On our Second dive while the team is on surface interval. Our dive master teach Jame and my son Kurt for their intro dive. Average 4meters  bottom Time 29:00 You can see how safely they are. 1is to 1 diver plus another one diver taking a photo and observing the team under water

Our 3rd Dive is good we see a office table  under water, Volkswagen and motor bike check our photos. 23 Meters Max deep 45:49 Bottom Time and 10meters Average deep.









On Our first dive we are 7 Evan, Pj, Jason, Zeus, Paul, Diego and chad




Diego and Duds



Diego and Duds








Evan and Duds

Evan and Duds




View from Anilao
Anilao Proper and Anilao East are two barangays in the municipality of Mabini, Batangas, the Philippines. They are located south of Manila on the large island of Luzon, at the southern end of the Calumpang Peninisula facing Maribacan Island.






Diego our call center agent under water.



Our Team






Diego and Duds











Grace signature post


Diego








Anilao is popular with divers and snorkelers. The waters surrounding the area are teeming with marine life, plenty of corals and amazing diversity of fishes.

The northwest shore of the Calumpang Peninsula, from Anilao to Bagalangit, is lined with local resorts that cater primarily to local tourists. Although the beach at Anilao is not recommended for swimming, thatched bamboo rafts, rustic cabins and picnic cabanas are available for rental at local resorts. From these resorts, you can also rent a boat for island hopping and visit the diving spots, coves, and islands like the Sombrero and Maricaban islands.





































Grace and Diego
































Feel Free to pm our dive master Evan, PJ and Jason if you want to try dive awesome adventure under water. or please email me at lifestyle and leisure blog

All the photos credit: Jason Carlos Photography