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We had a magical day trip to Balai Anilao in Batangas.
The resort is about 2.5 hours drive from Manila, easy driving, 130kms, along provincial roads in the south of Luzon. We left the house at 6 and were at the resort by 8:30 in...More
love this resort because it is like a home. food is excellent and dives are cheap! staff are friendly. it is nice because it is quiet (they do not allow karaoke!) and you have enough space to fix your dive gear, and relax afterwards. the...More
If you want to take some time off work/ school and diving is your kind of sport, then take a trip to Anilao, Batangas where there is an abundance of reefs to explore. And while you're there, check-in at Balai. The food is great with...More
Awesome inclusive buffet meals makes your stay all worth it! Wooden rooms are cozy and clean but could be tidier. There are insects in the bathroom roof sometimes from trees outside. Excellent service from friendly staff and divemasters. Location is central to diving spots but...More
Nothing beats Balai Anilao and Laiya. I miss diving there with Lito and Mona. I miss the good food and drinks. Now, the waters here in the U.S. is too cold. If you guys wanna dive there, try to get in touch with Mel and...More
Hi. You can check their website - it lists the rate and inclusions for overnight, and for day trip, number of guests, and type of room. You have to pay a deposit before going there to reserve. They don't usually accept... More
Hi. You can check their website - it lists the rate and inclusions for overnight, and for day trip, number of guests, and type of room. You have to pay a deposit before going there to reserve. They don't usually accept walk-ins, unexpected guests. If you're commuting, do not believe what their website says. There's no jeepney anymore that goes to Balanoy - for years! Can't believe they still haven't updated it. You need to hire a tricycle, and it's triple the cost of a bus ride from Manila, unless you wait for the trike to get enough passengers.
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