​​"Take nothing but PICTURES, leave nothing but FOOTPRINTS,kill nothing but TIME, burn nothing but your CALORIES.
​Add nothing but the the love for nature and the pleasure of our enjoyment. And bring nothing but good MEMORIES."

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Anilao Package

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San Juan Package

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Nasugbu​ Package​

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Calatagan Package​

Taal Volcano is a unique geological masterpiece and a major landmark considered to be the heart of the province of Batangas. It is a sought after destination accessible through the municipalities of Talisay, San Nicolas, and Balete.​


Lago De Oro The pioneer in cable wakeboarding in the country, we bring you nonstop excitement from morning to night. Learn the ropes of wakeboarding, bask in the beauty of marine life while snorkeling, or make a splash as you go water skiing. And if you’ve had your fill of aqua sports for the day, go for a soothing massage at the spa, or dine at our restaurant. Indeed, every corner of Lago de Oro Beach Club spells fun and adventure. You’ll never run out of breathtaking moments to savor.

Calatagan Locally known as “Ang Pulo”, the park is home to about 20 species of mangroves 15 of which have been identified, a wide variety of shellfish and crustaceans and other marine life. It also plays host to abundant species of birds, many of which nest and stay in the area to feed in the vicinity.

Diving spots in Anilao became world famous because of the magnificent underwater photo opportunities and the ‘natural high’ it offers for scuba divers. The tourism officer of Mabini can answer your queries about the enthralling wonders their seas have.


Originally composed of Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque and parts of Laguna and Ambos-Camarines and also known as COUMINTAN or KUMINTANG.

In 1534, Batangas became the first practically organized province in Luzon and was officially founded in the year 1581. Balayan was the capital of the province for 135 years from 1597 – 1732. In 1732 it was moved to Taal then the most progressive and flourishing town of the province. After several calamitous eruptions of Taal Volcano that buried then old Taal town site, the capital was transferred to Batangas (now a city) in 1754 where it remained to the present.

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