Getting to Anilao (located in Mabini, Batangas) from Manila can be quite tricky if you don’t have access to your own car. Despite being a mere three hours away from the city, a trip going to this coastal peninsula feels like being transported to another world entirely. Breezy, salty air wafts through as you wind down the scenic road past beautiful ocean views, encapsulating the laid-back Batangueño culture.Tanlines will be the first regular direct service from Manila to Anilao, opening up the route for a quick getaway where several spas, resorts, and local hang out spots line its shore, making it a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productThis town in the outskirts of Mabini, Batangas has been dubbed over and over again as one of the country’s best divingspots—a name it so deservedly boasts. Though its beaches aren’t as Instagram-friendly as those from the other parts ofthe province, Anilao’s beauty lies underwater. Teeming with marine life and a diversity of corals, it’s the best place to divein merely two hours away from Manila. Tanlines will be the first regular direct service from Manila to Anilao, opening up the route for a quick getaway where several spas, resorts, and local hang out spots line its shore, making it a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.However, even if you don’t know how to dive yet (make sure you put that on yourbucket list!), there’s still so much the coastal town can offer:1. Go Diving! Anilao is home to more than 30 dive sites within its vicinity to accommodate. There are numerous divemasters that will teach you with passion and dedication. Trust us, you are in safe hands.2. Relax and watch the beautiful sunset. It is a sight to behold—picture-perfect in every way possible.Other optional activities*:- Try windsurfing! Because of its smooth waves and steady winds, Anilao is the perfect spot for teaching and practicingthe sport. Classes can be arranged easily, depending on wind conditions.- Snorkelling. The shallow reefs of Anilao are a sight to see just as much as its deeper parts. There are spectacular reefslining the shores of Anilao that you should definitely check out, and extra side trips to Sepoc and Sombrero islands arealso highly recommended (advance booking required).* Optional with extra fee (including rental and/or instructor fee)Duration: 8 hoursLocation: Anilao Scuba Dive Center ASDC