Climate in Anilao is tropical as Philippines is located at the equator with wet and dry seasons. The months of January to May are the dry months while June to December are the rainy months though heavy rainfall usually occurs from July to October. Typical temperature is at 24 degrees Celsius and reaches 32 degrees Celsius especially during summer from March to May. Water temperature is 25 to 27.5 degrees Celsius and visibility of 10 to 15 metres. The depth in Anilao ranges from 5 to 30 metres with recommended 3mm full wetsuit with booties.
The waters of Anilao is home to a diverse marine life from pelagics to what it is known for, the critters. The local guides are already experts on finding even the tiniest critter within the corals that always leaves photographers with incredible shots. The common sightings are Cuttlefish, Seahorse, Rhinopia, Frogfish, Pipefish, Shrimps, Crabs, Wonderpus, Mimic and Blue-ringed Octopus, numerous Nudibranchs, and every kind of juvenile fish. On the pelagic sightings, schooling Jacks, Turtle, Barracudas, Bluefin and Giant Trevallies, and Reef Sharks on dive sites with strong currents are usually spotted.
Anilao best diving season is between March to May.
Beatrice Rock, Secret Bay, Bonito Island, Kirby's Rock, Layag Layag, Twin Rocks, The Cathedral.
Featured Marine Life
Aegires Villosus, Chromodoris Magnifica, Noumea Flava.
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