Twin Rocks Fish Sanctuary is located in Anilao, Mabini, Batangas and is one of the most popular dive sites in Anilao. Twin Rocks consists of two rocks separated by one meter that receives special protection thanks to its marine sanctuary status where fishing is prohibited. In Twin Rocks you will see ribbon eels, to schools of carangidae, countless nudibranchs, clownfish, surgeon fish, lionfish, da ...
msels, big barracuda schools, and a huge variety of other species in a spot where the maximum depth is 16 meters and a visibility over 20 meters.
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Whether you decide to do a day trip or an overnighter at Anilao, you will be going home with a perpetual smile on your lips as you scour over the photos you took of this awesome place. This province, only 3 hours away from Manila, exhibits an exquisite life beneath the sea.
In Anilao, you can take Scuba Diving lessons and get licensed! However, if you are on a shoestring budget, you can opt to rent a mask, fins and snorkel instead.
Sepoc Island is a white pebbled beach that is quite exclusive. A peaceful paradise all for yourself.
Hire a boat to brin ...
Could this be a monster under the sea?
Imagine a 6-inch tilapia. Next imagine hundreds of them moving as one under the water. Imagine me and my friend leisurely skin diving and meeting this huge-active-black-shadow twice our size under the water. For a brief moment, I was pretty sure I was looking at a massive whirlpool deep in the sea and at any second I will be sucked in by this monster.
A combination of fear and excitement dominated my thoughts enroute to Twin Rocks in Anilao, Batangas. Fear because it was my first time to dive in this reef and excitement because I have been hearing a ...
The Philippines is widely known for its white-sand beaches, pristine islands, and turquoise waters. Naturally, a lot of people flock to the country to spend a well-deserved summer getaway as they lounge around the beach and do water activities.
However, there seems to be one breathtaking activity that a lot of travelers tend to overlook diving.
Well of course, snorkelling is a common activity and there are divers who specifically come to the country to do scuba diving… But in matters of common "must-do's" in the country for typical tourists, I don't often see people recommending this e ...
There is a land so alien, mysterious, and dangerous that we barely know anything about it. Yet, this place is very near us; it starts where the green plains end and the azure sea begins. Yes, we are talking about the beautiful, colorful empire beneath the waves, a kingdom of vast coral reefs, biological wonders, and strange geological formations. In the Philippines, we are thankful to have a large share of that empire. A part of that natural treasure happens to be situated just 3 hours away from Manila in the sleepy dive resort town of Anilao, Batangas.
From our previous blog posts, you kno ...
Scuba Diving (Divers Sanctuary, Anilao, Philippines) last Nov 28-29, 2015.
Scuba Diving (Divers Sanctuary, Anilao, Philippines) last Oct 10-11, 2015.
- Dive Point: Saewootang , Pinnacle & Bat Cave
* Olmypus om-d e-m5 mark ii
* Lens : 12-50mm
* Big Blue VL2500 light
- Divers Sanctuary Resort, Anilao, Batangas, Philippines
+ Video and Still shoot using a Olympus om-d e-m5 mark ii
+ Video By David, KIM
- Scuba Diving Philippines Anilao Dive Cafe Cafe