Dive Packages

Please see below DIVE PACKAGE offer of Eagle Point Beach & Dive Resort !
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Dive Packages

Dive Packages

DIVE PACKAGE

For certified divers

Group of 2 Divers and abovePhp 3,750.00/diver/2 dives
Solo DiverPhp7,200.00/2 dives
Additional divePhp 1,875.00/dive
Shore entry dive with guidePhp 1,300.00/dive
Night divePhp2,950.00/dive (min. of 2 divers)


Inclusive of:

  • Tanks
  • Weights Belt
  • 1 round trip of dive boat to the 2 dive sites
  • Service of professional guide for 2 dives
  • Dive ticket


Optional

  • Complete gear rental = Php1,750.00/day use
  • BCD = Php500.00/day use
  • Regulator set = Php500.00/day use
  • Notes: All divers must present a C-card or a diving Logbook with a record training in any level. All dives are non-decompression only and Dive master shall control all dives. Rates are subject to change without prior notice. Reservations must be confirmed with at least 50% down payment. Bringing in foods and beverages are strictly prohibited. Major credit cards are accepted. Above rates are subject to change without prior notice.

    Add-on Rates

    Add-on Rates

    Massage     Php 616.00 Net/Person/Hour
    KayakingPhp 504.00 Net/Unit/Hour
    Mask and Snorkel for SnorkelingPhp 224.00 Net/Person/Day
    Dive GuidePhp 1,200.00/dive
    Dive Master (night dive)        Php 1, 250.00/dive
    Dive Boat (min. charge)Php 2,688.00 minimum/round trip
    Guided SnorkelingPhp 1,200.00.00net/person

    Other Services

    Other Services

    SNORKELING/SKIN DIVING

    • Inclusive of 1 whole day use of mask and snorkel with life vest, full foot fin and 1 hour dive guide at in-house salt water reef pool
    • Php 1,120.00/person

    TRY SCUBA

    • Discover scuba diving at reef pool by Dive Instructor
    • Php 1,680.00/person

    INTRODUCTORY DIVE

    • Discover scuba diving at reef pool and at 20ft open water
    • Complete with skin diving equipment done by the Dive Instructor
    • Php 3,360.00/person

    NOTE: All divers must present  a C-Card or a diving log-book w/ a record training in any level. All dives are non-decompression only and a Dive Master shall control all dives. Rates are subject to change without prior notice.

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    This Batangas Beach Resort and Hotel in Batangas is blessed with every rich scuba diving sites that many scuba divers around the world have chosen to keep on coming back because of the many choices of scuba diving spots in Anilao Batangas Philippines.

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    The Cathedral

    The Cathedral

    Location – Located just off Bagalangit Point
    Access – Dive directly off EAGLE POINT pier.
    Average Depth – 90ft
    Maximum Depth – 200ft

    Conditions – Calm but can have some strong currents that make photography difficult with visibility up to 80ft. The site is best dived at neap tide.

    This is a Marine Park Sanctuary and probably the best known Philippine dive site. Originally quite barren, it has been seeded with coral from elsewhere and is now, due to incessant fish-feeding, teeming with fish. From the pier of EAGLE POINT and 20ft down, you can vigorously swim to this spot in about 6-10 minutes depending on the direction of the current.

    Then you swim down a little more and out across sand with small coral heads, soon to be met by hordes of fish hoping to be fed. The site itself resembles a roofless cavern consisting of two large sea mounts, between which is a small cross planted at 15m(50ft) by the current Philippine President, Fidel Ramos, in 1983. The site drops away in small steps, but becomes less interesting below 24m (78ft).When the current is running there are colorful feather stars and inflated soft corals everywhere. Lots of colorful sponges and nudibranchs, hydroids, sea squirts, Feather Duster Worms and algae coal the rocks in between stony corals with Christmas-tree Worms in the corals.The fish that pester you to be fed include all the smaller angelfish, butterflyfish, wrasse, triggerfish, Moorish Idols, surgeonfish, damselfish and putterfish. There are lots of parrotfish and hawkfish, some blue linckcia sea stars, sea cucumbers, small barrel sponges and anemones with clownfish.

    Kirby’s Rock

    Kirby’s Rock

    Location. Northeast face of Caban Island
    Access. 10 min by boat from Eagle Point
    Average Depth. 40ft
    Maximum Depth. 108ft
    Conditions.

    Calm with strong currents. Snorkelers should understand tide tables, choose slack water and stay on the shallow reef, inshore of the rock with visibility up to 100ft. Kirby’s Rock sticks out of the water. On its shore ward side it drops to 5m(16ft), from where the reef slopes upwards to the shore. This side of the rock and the reef to the shore have good coral cover and fish life. Several crevices harboring moray eels can be found at the bottom of the wall. There are many whip corals and anemones with clown-fish among the coral heads on the sand. There are lots of colorful wrasse, most species of reef fish and the occasional pelagic visitor. An ideal dive for photographers, if you are able to hit slack water.

    Eagle Point

    Eagle Point

    Location: Right in front of Eagle Point Resort, south of the Cathedral.
    Access: Dive directly off EAGLE POINT pier.
    Conditions:
    Generally calm with a gentle current. Visibility can reach 20m(65ft).
    Average depth: 10m (33ft)
    Maximum depth: 18m (60ft)

    This is an easy dive, similar to the Cathedral, with a shallow drop-off from 8m(25ft) to 18m (60ft). There are plenty of small reef fish, sponges, nudibranchs and feather stars.

    Koala

    Koala

    Location: Located South of Eagle Point.

    Access: 10 min by banca
    Average: Depth. 60ft
    Maximum: Depth. 80ft
    Conditions: Generally calm with a medium current with visibility up to 65ft.

    Koala is a good dive for novices with soft corals, some big boulders, small reef fish and anemones with clownfish.

    Arthur’s Rock

    Arthur’s Rock

    Location: Located South of Eagle Point.
    Access: 10-12 min by banca
    Average: Depth. N/A

    Maximum: Depth. N/A

    Conditions: N/A

    Dead Point

    Dead Point

    Location: Located off the small point south of Koala.
    Access: 8-10 min south by boat from EAGLE POINT pier
    Average Depth: 33ft
    Maximum Depth: 70ft

    Conditions: Calm with little current which can get up to medium with a visibility up to 65ft.

    Offers small coral heads on sand, plenty of small reef fish, sponges, feather stars, soft corals, hydroids and anemones with clownfish.

    Twin Rocks

    Twin Rocks

    Location. Located southeast of Dead Point
    Access: 25min by banca
    Average Depth: 6m (20ft)
    Maximum Depth: 12m (40ft)

    Conditions: Calm with just a slight current with visibility up to 65ft.

    Good slope and ridiculously close to shore

    The remains of a capsized barge lie here on a gradual slope with sponges, algae, hydroids, feather stars and small reef fish, sometimes schools of barracuda and squid.

    One of the most interesting dive site to many novice divers. It is here that a number of macro photograhers have sighted large Spanish Dancers. One has claimed it was as as big as his arm and took a photo of the shrimp that rode on it. A definite favorite if only for the surreal interaction with big batfish – coming up close and personal for a peek at the diver. A great place for macro shots as well as being a relaxed dive altogether.

    Mainit Point

    Mainit Point

    Location: Located at the southernmost
    point of the Calumpang Peninsula, known
    as Cazador Point on the charts.
    Access: 30 min. by boat from Eagle Point
    pier south until off Mainit Point.
    Average Depth: 50ft
    Maximum Depth: 100ft

    Conditions: Calm with just a slight current with visibility up to 65ft. There is a cave 23 ft in which Whitetip Reef sharks have been seen resting. The boulders are festooned with soft corals and anemones, together with many crinoids, colorful Linckia sea stars and nudibranchs. Because of the fierce currents, divers may have to shelter behind the rocks to be able to photograph. Some rocks break the surface. A gradual set of boulders form mini drop offs 16 ft.

    Daryl Laut

    Daryl Laut

    Location: West side of Caban Island.
    Access: 13 min. by boat from EAGLE POINT
    Average Depth: 65ft
    Maximum Depth: 90ft

    Conditions: Calm with slight current with visibility can reach 65 ft.

    The site is not one of the best but is interesting for beginners. It has plenty of the smaller reef fishes.

    Bahura

    Bahura

    Location: North western part of Caban Island
    Access: 10-15 min by boat from EAGLE POINT
    Average Depth: 50ft
    Maximum Depth: 100ft

    Conditions: Calm with a strong current, but it can get rough on the surface with visibility up to 80ft.

    This dive consists of slopes, small drop-offs, overhangs and swim-throughs. It is much the same as Beatrice Rock with teeming fish life and fierce currents.

    Sepoc Wall

    Sepoc Wall

    Location: Located west of Sepok Point
    Access: 15 min by boat from Eagle Point
    Average Depth: 50ft
    Maximum Depth: 90ft

    Conditions:

    Calm with a medium current, but it can get rough with strong currents with visibility up to 100 ft.

    Normally an easy and very pretty dive, with good coral gardens around 16 ft and a wall dropping to 90 ft. The shallow water teems with a profusion of small reef fish, while the wall has bigger reef fish, Barrel Sponges, gorgonian sea fans, a multitude of different species of nudibranchs, sea cucumbers and pelagic visitors.

    Beatrice Rock

    Beatrice Rock

    Location: Located at the northeast side of Sombrero Island
    Access: 15 min. by boat from Eagle Point
    Average Depth: 45ft
    Maximum Depth: 90ft

    Conditions: Calm with strong currents, but is exposed enough to get very rough at times. Best dived at neap tides. Visibility up to 80ft.

    Beatrice is a divesite known for its tantalizing beauty. Apparently during the early years of Scuba Diving in Anilao, this was discovered by the early adventurers and one of their lady companion was named Beatrice, They named the site after her.

    This is one of the favorite dive site in Anilao. It’s actually on the north east corner of Sombrero Island. One side of the rock is slopy and then a mini wall. The other corner goes into a gradual slope or coral garden. There are large barrel sponges, good gorgonians, black corals, soft corals, stony corals, anemones with clownfish, nudibranchs and sea stars. It is densely populated with just about all the reef fish you could expect. This site can have ripping currents. When that happens you will see the orchestra of anthias dancing with the current. Top is at 7M and goes to 25M. Best to stay at around 18 to 20M.

    Mapating [Shark] Rock

    Mapating [Shark] Rock

    Location: Southwest of Sepoc Point.
    Access:
    20 min. by boat from Eagle Point. This is open water and requires a guide or boatman who knows the site, or it is easily missed.
    Average Depth: 65ft
    Maximum Depth: 130ft

    This submerged rock is surrounded by a shallow area, which ends in a series of drop-offs. The area is large, and the currents really are fierce; this is a site for experienced divers only. The marine life is profuse, with all varieties of fish, several pelagic species.

    Merriel’s Rock

    Merriel’s Rock

    Location: Northwest face of Maricaban Island, north of Bursar Point
    Access: 25-30 min. by boat from Eagle Point
    Average Depth: 60ft
    Maximum Depth: 80ft

    Conditions: Calm with strong currents, but it can become very rough with visibility up to 80 ft

    In the shallow reefs and gullies, strong currents may be encountered. The site is rich in many different species. It is best dived in the morning, as it can get rough on the surface in the afternoon winds.

    Devil’s Point

    Devil’s Point

    Location: Southwest point of Maricaban Island; known as Burijar Point on the charts
    Access: 25-30 min. by boat from Eagle Point
    Average Depth: 45ft
    Maximum Depth: 90ft

    Conditions:

    Calm with medium-strong currents, but it can get rough with strong currents with visibility up to 80 ft.

    Bonito & Malajibomanoc Islands

    Bonito & Malajibomanoc Islands

    Location: Eastern end of Maricaban Island

    Access: 45-50 min. by boat from EAGLE POINT
    Average Depth: 60ft
    Maximum Depth: 80ft

    Conditions: Calm with strong currents, but both areas can become very rough and visibility can reach 80 ft. These two marine sanctuaries have patches of coral heads on sandy slopes. Currents are often fierce, making it necessary to try and find sheltered patches.

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