Free Diving (Fundamental Course)

Batangas: Free Diving Experience
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Choose Half Day or Overnight
Availability : February - March 2020
Anilao Batangas
Min Age : 10+ (With Parental/Guardian Consent)
Max People : 12
Experience Details

Free diving is a recreational sport and the best way to explore the fantastic underwater world, getting up close with the wonders and the secrets of this marine universe. No tanks and other complicated gear—it’s just you and the silence beneath the waves.

While free diving is commonly believed to be an extreme sport, for most divers, it’s actually the complete opposite. This sport is open to anyone even to non swimmers!

Location Of Experience

Anilao Batangas

Fee Inclusions and Exclusions Overnight) P3,500

  • Resort Fee
  • Use of Facility
  • Overnight Accommodation
  • 1 hour (theory) class on the first day
  • Gear Rental
  • 3 Open Water Sessions
  • 3 Meals
  • Transportation (Not Included)

Fee Inclusions and Exclusions (Half day) P2,200

  • Resort Fee
  • Use of Facility
  • 1 Hour (Theory) Class
  • 1 Open Water Session
  • Gear Rental
  • 1 Meal
  • Transportation (Not Included)
What to Expect

This course gives an introduction to recreational/skindiving for beginners. The aim of the course is to provide the student with the basic knowledge on free diving (simple physiology, proper breathing techniques, equalization techniques, free diving equipment and a little on basic safety for freediving) and help the students develop the basic skills necessary to enjoy free diving safely.

About Ocean Limits PH

Ocean Limits PH is a Freediving School, co-founded by Molchanovs Instructor Michael Jay Clarin and Irene Villaflor, MD.

About The Instructors

Michael Jay Clarin and Irene Villaflor, MD are both Certified Molchanovs Instructors.

Michael Jay Clarin:

  • a.k.a. Kel Clarin
  • Molchanovs Certified Freediving Instructor
  • Diving since March 2018
  • He is the winner of Molchanovs Instructor Trainer and Australian National Record Holder, Adam Stern’s Scholarship Grant for Molchanovs Instructor Course. His story has inspired a lot of freedivers
  • “I took a huge leap of faith when I chose my passion over my job. It was a bold move but it was worth it.” 

Irene Villaflor, MD

  • a.k.a. Doc Irene
  • Licensed Doctor, Molchanovs Certified Freediving Instructor and a 2x National Record Holder
  • Diving since November 2018
  • She started as a nonswimmer who feared the depths of the sea. This did not stop her from breaking from the surface. This became her outlet turned passion.  Her humble beginnings has inspired a lot of nonswimmers and aspiring freediving athletes.
  • “As I appreciate all the knowledge and skills I get in freediving, it made me realize that it’s about time I share what I have learned and experienced to other people.

How To Get To Nita Casapao Resort Via Public Transport
    1. Catch a Batangas City bound bus in Buendia, Cubao or Alabang (Jam Liner, JAC, Alps, Tritran, etc) – fare ranges from P140 to P160 and travel time is at least 1.5 hours during off-peak hours.
    2. Buses bound to Batangas City leave almost every hour, 24 hours a day.
    3. Get off at Batangas Grand Terminal
    4. Transfer to a Mabini bound jeepney to take you to Anilao Port – fare  is P40 per pax and travel time is around 45 minutes.
    5. Tell the driver to drop you at BDO/rotonda
    6. Ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you at Nita Casapao Resort – fare  starts at P40 per trike to P60 and travel time takes at least 10 minutes
Free Diving FAQs

I don't know how to swim, can I still join?

Yes! Free diving is open to non swimmers as well.

Is Freediving a safe sport?

YES! Freediving is a very safe sport if practised correctly. It is a natural activity, and the human body is very well capable of breath-holding and diving underwater.

I have asthma, high blood pressure, sinus problem, heart condition, history of ear damage etc... can I still join?

If you have the above mentioned health conditions (and the like), for your safety and prevention of future injury, A medical clearance from your physician is a must before joining the activity.

Is there a recommended attire during the activity?

To avoid too much sun exposure and jellyfish stings we recommend to wear SPANDEX long sleeves rash guard and leggings (ladies) / compression pants (gents)
– swimwear made of spandex fabric is recommended as cotton fabric tend to sag and causes drag when in water.

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