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"Anilao is one of the top destinations in Batangas — thanks to its rich waters and diverse marine life. Here you can spend hours island hopping, snorkeling, and seeing the natural beauty of nature. If you’re up for a short trek, head to Mt. Gulugod Baboy and be rewarded by lush green peaks and unobstructed view of the sea and nearby islands."

Popular Anilao Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Sea Spring Resort

Sea Spring Resort

Resorts
Barangay Mainit, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
Impressive
8.5
(42)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Camp Netanya Resort and Spa

Camp Netanya Resort and Spa

Resorts
Brgy. Ligaya, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4204
Impressive
8.3
(134)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Eagle Point Beach and Dive Resort

Eagle Point Beach and Dive Resort

Resorts
Barrio Bagalangit, Anilao, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
Convenient
7.9
(37)
COMMON_SPACE Planet Dive Resort

Planet Dive Resort

Resorts
San Teodoro, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
Impressive
8.4
(18)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Paradiso Rito - Art House

Paradiso Rito - Art House

Resorts
Mabini circumferential road, Sitio Saimsim, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
ENTERTAINMENT_FACILITY Meaco Hotel Anilao

Meaco Hotel Anilao

Resorts
Mabini Circumferential Rd, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
Convenient
8.2
(36)
FUNCTIONAL_HALL The Sicilian Reef Dive Resort

The Sicilian Reef Dive Resort

Resorts
Lot 10 Block 2, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
Impressive
8.3
(16)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Halo Anilao Dive Resort

Halo Anilao Dive Resort

Resorts
Barangay LIgaya, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 5009
Impressive
8.3
(9)
SPORT_FACILITY Halo Secret Bay Dive Resort

Halo Secret Bay Dive Resort

Hotels
Barangay Ligaya, Anilao, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 5009
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Paradiso Rito - Forest House

Paradiso Rito - Forest House

Resorts
Mabini circumferential road, Sitio Saimsim, Brgy. Mainit,, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Anilao Awari Bay Resort

Anilao Awari Bay Resort

Resorts
Brgy Solo, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 0000
Convenient
8.0
(5)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Bubblemaker Dive and Beach Resort

Bubblemaker Dive and Beach Resort

Resorts
Brgy 081 San Jose, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Altamare Dive and Leisure Resort Anilao

Altamare Dive and Leisure Resort Anilao

Resorts
Barangay San Teodoro, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
SWIMMING_POOL La Chevrerie Resort & Spa

La Chevrerie Resort & Spa

Resorts
052, Barangay Ligaya, Batangas, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
With a stay at La Chevrerie Resort & Spa in Mabini, you'll be on the beach, and 4.3 mi (7 km) from Mainit Point and 6.7 mi (10.7 km) from Masasa Beach. This 4-star resort is 10.4 mi (16.7 km) from Sombrero Island and 10.8 mi (17.4 km) from Mt. Gulugod Baboy Trailhead.
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Bagalangit Hideaways

Bagalangit Hideaways

Resorts
Sitio Punta, Barangay Bagalangit , Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
Convenient
8.0
(51)
SWIMMING_POOL Vivere Azure

Vivere Azure

Hotels
Sitio Aguada, San Teodoro, Anilao, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Aiyanar Beach and Dive Resort

Aiyanar Beach and Dive Resort

Resorts
Sitio Looc Barangay Bagalangit, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
With a stay at Aiyanar Beach and Dive Resort in Mabini, you'll be near the beach and close to Mainit Point. This beach resort is within the region of Sombrero Island and Batangas City Sports Center.
LOBBY Arthur's Place Dive Resort

Arthur's Place Dive Resort

Resorts
Balgalangit, Mabini, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4200
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Paradiso Rito Waterfront Oasis

Paradiso Rito Waterfront Oasis

Hotels
Mabini Circ. Road, Sitio Saimsim, Brgy. Mainit, Mabini, Batangas, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202
When you stay at Paradiso Rito Waterfront Oasis in Mabini, you'll be on the beach and 13 minutes by car from Mainit Point. This beach hotel is 3.4 mi (5.5 km) from Mt. Gulugod Baboy Trailhead and 5.3 mi (8.6 km) from Masasa Beach.
SWIMMING_POOL Vista Aplaya

Vista Aplaya

Resorts
Barangay Bagalangit, Mabini Batangas, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas, Philippines, 4202

Guest reviews in Anilao

8.2
Convenient
382 reviews from hotels in Anilao with aggregated rating of 8.2/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Anilao will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
DA
Not that uulitin mo pa. I will recommend more the hotels nearby.
KA
It was alright but was disappointed that there was no shore/sand. The food pricing is too expensive to be honest. The rooms were very clean though and the aircon is really cold :) but I was really disappointed that it is not a pet-friendly place. For that reason alone, I won't be coming back.
EF
Food is a bit expensive and no alternate option to buy food if you'll not be bringing some.
ME
The first time we went scuba diving in Anilao back in 2013, I discovered Eagle Point Resort. Since then it has been our favorite dive resort in Anilao. The rooms are clean, the staff is great, the food is great and above all easy shore entry for divers! The weekend we booked was for a special occasion, I contacted the resort prior to our check in date to request for special arrangements to be done! Oh boy, they really delivered! I must commend their staff namely Lea and Dexter, for their effort in setting up the room with balloons and such. Come dinner time, a table was reserved and set up romantically too! Overall this booking has further imbibed in us that this place is still wonderful even now in 2019. We are divers and easy access to the ocean front is a must! If you are a scuba diver, you definitely should book in this resort! They have 2 main swimming pools near the lobby which is great for non divers and kids. The food may be pricey, but its worth it. We devoured every single item that we ordered and was satisfied. There are no other food choices around the resort. Bringing in your own food is not allowed. Do note that Eagle Point Resort doesn’t have any sandy beach frontage, will only recommend beginner snorkelers to come here during summer when the waters are flatter. When we went free diving the water is choppy and there is a strong under current which for the inexperienced snorkeler, may be dangerous, the area with the strong current is way out near the bouys though. New snorkelers should stay near the shore, there are plenty underwater life to see around the rocks near the shore! For first time guests, the parking is far from the actual resort. Parking lot is on top of a cliff, there is a hotel shuttle that will bring you down to the lobby, so try to bring everything you need from the car with you. The resort has many many staircases, and may not be suitable for wheelchairs and the elderly.
AL
The staff who assisted us was very accommodating to our requests.
EJ
9.0
/ 10
9.0
Food was pricey but its good. Staffs were very friendly esp the one serving in the dining area. Our room was clean however the fans were really dusty and the aircon was too loud. The small pools were not that clean. Overall, our stay was still satisfactorily relaxing because of its ambiance. If you’re looking for a place to just relax (not swim by the beach ‘cause it has lots of irregularly shaped rocks) then I’d recommend this resort. Commendable: the resort is built with PWD friendly ramps however, the admin seemed suspicious in giving us a PWD discount for the meals of one family member despite presenting an ID. They even asked specifically what diagnosis our family member has which was totally unecessary (for patient’s privacy)
JJ
Our stay was short yet it is very meaningful. The place is very calm and it's like we rented the whole place that day we stayed. I highly recommend this if you want to getaway with the hustle and bustle of city. 😊
RM
The room was spacious. Food was great! We waited longér for our food but taste was very good! Staff were all nice.
RM
It's really good to prepare a big amount of budget so you can enjoy more on diving.

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About

At A Glance

Anilao, located in Batangas, is known to be the “birthplace of scuba diving” in the Philippines. This statement could be true because of its rich marine biodiversity and pristine waters. Only three hours away from Manila, it’s a great place to go to for a quick weekend trip.


How to Go

By plane

There are no direct flights to Anilao. The nearest airport is the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay. From NAIA, ride a taxi to the bus station where you can ride a bus going to Batangas.

By boat/ferry

There are no scheduled boat or ferry trips to Anilao.

By land transportation

From Manila (choose from Cubao, Alabang, or Buendia terminals), take either JAM Liner, JAC, or other major bus liners going to Batangas City. Buses leave every hour. It takes around 3 hours to reach Batangas City Bus Terminal. Once there, take a jeep bound for Mabini and in less than an hour, you will arrive at Anilao.

You can also bring your own vehicle if you don’t want to take public transportation.


Getting Around

If you don’t own a car, the tricycle is a favored mode of transportation if you can’t walk around. If you choose to go to your hotel via tricycle, the fare can reach between PHP 60 to 100 per person.


Tourist Attractions

There are more than 20 known dive sites in Anilao, and some of these are Eagle Point, Devil’s Point, and Twin Rocks. You can even learn how to scuba dive for around PHP4,000-5,000.

Meanwhile, another exciting activity to do in Batangas is hiking. Mountaineers hike up Mt. Gulugod Baboy (Pig’s Spine), a 525-meter peak. It’s a great trek for beginners.

If you’re not the adventurous type, you can just take an island tour to Sombrero Island, a hat-shaped island with powdery-white sand.


Top Things to Do

Vacationing in Anilao is never complete with trying at least one-day dive tour. Choose from any dive site near your resort and ask for an instructor or guide to get you geared up. Once you surface, you can join your friends and go island hopping in Maricaban Island and Sombrero Island.

Ladies who want to try something new can try mermaid swimming and learn to be like Ariel from The Little Mermaid by someone who trained Anne Curtis Smith in Dyesebel.


Where to Eat

There are some restaurants near Anilao, mostly around Mabini. It’s best to try OMG! Olvida & Myra’s Grill that serves good old BBQ and other grilled meats. For more formal dining, try The Other Place Restaurant and order the Batangas Express, a soupy seafood mix with chili.


Nightlife

Some of Anilao’s dive sites offer night scuba diving, so it’s worth trying (with a guide if you’re not so experienced). Other than that, there are many resto bars open throughout the night to serve you up some booze.


Where to Stay

Anilao boasts stylish but affordable hotels and resorts in contrast to larger, more expensive ones. Backpackers can stay at the Anilao Backpackers for only PHP 500/night.

Luxury travelers, on the other hand, can book a suite at Anilao Discovery for an average PHP 5,300/night. If you want modern amenities with the right budget, best to sleep at Pier Uno at PHP 2,700/night.


Travel Tips

• Avoid Lipa City when you’re going by bus to Anilao. It can get congested there.

• The best time to go is during October to June, with the peak season being January to April.

• Don’t worry about spending your pocket money as most establishments accept credit cards.



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