Batangas beach resorts are popular destination for scuba diving particularly in Anilao Batangas. Eagle Point Beach and Dive Resort offers scuba diving lessons at the very affordable cost.
More and more people are now becoming interested to learn scuba diving and and make it their water sports activities but for those who are just beginners, they tend to touch corals and other marine life. Their amazement make them forget that very basic of PADI Open water class prohibits touching of corals and marine life. Being a diver, it is a mortal sin if you touched the corals. Coral reefs are extremely diverse and important ecosystems. They provide protection and shelter for many species and protect the coast from strong currents, waves, and even tsunamis! Human touch can be harmful to corals and might poison it. In Anilao Batangas beach and dive resort, coral reefs are protected to prevent further damage and loss. Be mindful while you are underwater. Even a smallest harm or damage in a coral may caused a lot. Also observe vulnerable small fishes along your way, you might hurt them with your fins or washed them away from their colonies that might lead them to the predators. Diving gears and equipment could easily harm marine life specially coral reefs when not careful. The protective coatings of fish can be easily damage and caused several diseases. Padi Dive Centers offers lessons on the basics of streamlining dive gears and equipment. There are also common bad practice in enjoying marine line. As an example is agitating puffer fish to make it puff up. The fish fill themselves up with water or air to puff up their body. This is harmful to them when done frequently or not in a normal situation. The life span of the fish shorten significantly because divers wants to enjoy them in this manner.
It is not advisable to feed fishes with human food. Fishes may not be able to digest human food and may lead to kill them. Resorts in Anilao Batangas offers basic scuba diving lessons and several diving packages for anyone who wants to be more knowledgeable in scuba diving at the same time not compromising the environment.