Anilao is emerging as a popular destination for the world’s dive community and more specifically as an underwater photographer’s paradise. The area’s Marine Sanctuary status provides an environment rich in thriving coral and biodiversity and rare underwater subjects abound. For Guam’s divers it’s an easy-to-reach destination, just a few hours south of Manila by car/shuttle with no additional domestic flights required.
Photo (right): “Aegires villosus” by Chad Ordelheide – Own work. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons
HOW TO GET THERE
Return (Manila to Guam): Flights depart in the evening, around 10pm, and arrive in Guam around 4am the following day. PR 0110 on PAL.
For travel to Puerto Galera & Anilao: Your package will include air conditioned van transfers between the Manila International Airport and your resort.
When To Go – Diving in Anilao is available year-round. April and May tend to have the best weather. Dry season extends from December – May, with a wet season from June – November.
Permits & Fees
- Currency – Philippine Pesos (PHP)
- Language – Filipino, English
- Outlets/voltage – Type A/B (US Standard) & C, 220V