Camp Netanya Resort and Spa claims its popularity from its Santorini architecture giving rise to its brilliant blue domes and white wash buildings. Camp Netanya offers 48 guest rooms and villas, dive shop, wellness center and family-friendly facilities which everyone should enjoy.

With its strategic location in Anilao Batangas, Camp Netanya creates a perfect experience for diving and snorkeling offering everyone Anilao’s breathtaking marine life, amazing coral formation, and diversity of fishes. Thanks to its natural beauty, its layered landscape create a resort feel of being at the rim of Caldera opening to one of the most beautiful sunsets on earth.

Reputed to be a haven of leisure and relaxation, Camp Netanya Resort and Spa remains to be a magical destination that everyone should experience.

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LOCATION

Located at Brgy. Ligaya, Mabini Rd. on the coast of Anilao, Batangas, 120 km from Ninoy Aquino International Airport and 2-3 hours’ drive from Manila. Anilao’s proximity makes it a popular destination for weekends diving trips. Camp Netanya is literally a resort by the sea, which only adds more to that Greek elegance. With the view of the beautiful sea in front of you, and the dense trees behind you, Camp Netanya creates a perfect place for underwater experience and total relaxation.

ANILAO

Anilao is a Marine Protected Sanctuary that is commonly regarded as the birthplace of scuba diving in the Philippines. It is s thriving tourist destination replete with open beaches and sheltered coves, subterranean caves of deep harbors, and a preserved heritage of brave men in history.

Anilao and its many dive sites are ideal for observing marine life and outstanding for Macro Photography. It offers incredible diversity, rich reefs, a great variety of juvenile fish, unexpected critters & nudibranchs turning up around every corner. Pipefish, seahorse , rhinopias , hairy frogfish, wonderpus, mimic and blue-ringed octopus are fairly common at some dive sites. Anilao has a large number of species of hard and soft corals, perhaps more than anywhere else in the world.

Anilao is known as “underwater photographer’s paradise”.