The seaside resorts in Batangas are well-known for its spectacular dive sites. The Mabini neighborhood of Barangay Anilao is one of the more well-known ones. Anilao, which is known as the home of scuba diving in the Philippines and is just three hours from Manila, is a popular vacation spot for city inhabitants seeking some well-earned rest and leisure.
It’s a favorite among the general public, especially among thrill seekers who wish to attempt scuba diving. If this describes you, Anilao is the greatest location for you because it offers shallow waters that are ideal for novices in addition to deeper sections of the sea that are ideal for skilled divers.
For those who might still be hesitant to travel to remote areas of the Philippines only for a first attempt, the island’s closeness also makes it the greatest site to dive (see what we did there) into this recreation.
The Sepoc tree, which is thought to only grow on the island, gave the place its name. For those who want to simply enjoy the sun without being burned while listening to the sound of the waves, the endless rows of Sepoc trees provide excellent shade. You may fulfill your Boracay desires in Sepoc thanks to the island’s beautiful sand. A beach center with an open-sided eating and event space is also available in Sepoc for the use of big groups of beachgoers. You could also climb the watch tower for a panoramic perspective of Anilao, where you can snap pictures and take in the fantastical landscape.
Sea turtles are just another reason to visit Sepoc! If you’re not quite ready to dive underwater, you may still enjoy seeing freshly hatched sea turtles make their first trip back to the open ocean. Underwater, you can expect to encounter a great variety of marine life and gardens and gardens of colorful corals. Over a hundred hawkbill sea turtles receive care and food from us here in Batangas before they head back out to sea as part of our unwavering commitment to protecting all marine species on the island.
You’ll be pleased to learn that Sepoc Island is conveniently close to Eagle Point Beach and Diving Resort in Batangas if you’re interested in visiting. The trip by boat takes about 15 to 20 minutes. You will return to this island if you enjoy diving, especially because even the shallow seas are home to coral gardens and tiny reef fish. For the more experienced photographers, get your gear ready since you never know when Barrel Sponges, Gorgonian Sea Fans, Nudibranchs, and Sea Cucumbers will show up in front of your lens.
Give us a call if Sepoc’s various attractions have already persuaded you to spend the weekend at Eagle Point Beach and Diving Resort in Batangas. We swear to make your weekend memorable, no matter how brief it may be!
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