Scuba Diving in the Philippines is blessed with rich marine life and surrounded by enormous amount of diving spot in many beach resort.
Scuba diving is one of the best and enjoyable activities underwater, the basic key of safety scuba diving is skills, discipline, and a perfect diving spot to underwater marine life, here’s the elaboration of safety of scuba diving. Scuba diving is swimming underwater using SCUBA Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. Using a cylinder of compressed gas to breathe (usually air, but sometimes other gases), scuba divers can stay underwater much longer than would be possible by just holding their breath for hours or even days! With the assistance of equipment such as scuba masks, breathing regulators, buoyancy devices, fins, and gauges scuba divers can explore the underwater world. Modern scuba diving is very safe and easy to learn. All basic skills can be learned in as little as three days.
Scuba diving is a sport that is practiced recreational all around the world and can even be a profession. There are many diving jobs such as recreational dive-master and instructor, commercial diver, police diver, scientific diver, and military diver.
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Eagle Point Beach Resort and Hotel in Batangas covers the pristine blue waters that can attract you to swim or to do scuba diving. Snorkeling and Kayaking are the popular activities in the Batangas beach resort.
As one of the richest macro diving destinations in the Asia/Pacific, Anilao, Batangas is only a few hours by road from Manila and has blossomed from a holiday – camp weekender dive locality, to a major dive location for serious scuba diving, snorkeling and underwater.
The deep waters and rich marine life surrounding Philippines blesses the country with so many scuba diving spots, whose beauty does not disappoint. At the forefront of the scuba diving industry in the country is Anilao, Batangas, the birthplace of Philippine diving sites. There are 24 diving sites in this small town alone, with resorts that cater to amateurs and professionals alike. Some spots even let you swim with the sharks of Anilao.
Diving in the Philippines is usually done on local outrigger canoes called “bangkas.” The smaller ones take between four and six divers while the larger boats have capacity of up to a dozen passengers including scuba dive gear. A simple backward roll takes you into the warm, clear tropical waters and you’re on your way to an adventure you’ll never forget. The country is divided into 3 distinct island groups, Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao. It is fortunate enough to have the pleasure of extensively diving in the first two.
Although scuba diving can be found throughout Luzon and its surrounding islands, the predominant diving areas are in the Provinces of Batangas and Oriental Mindoro, more popularly known as Anilao and Puerto Galera. Anilao and Puerto Galera are a photographer’s heaven since despite the much talked about El Nino and La Nina cycles that have devastated many of the world’s reefs, both the hard and soft coral cover in Luzon are amazingly well preserved.
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