Paradiso Rito Embarks on Artficial Coral Planting Project

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Paradiso Rito is embarking on a huge series of artificial coral planting activities in Mabini, Batangas. Giving back to the coral ecosystem of Batangas is one of the primary priorities of Paradiso Rito aiming towards the conservation and protection of our marine ecosystem. 

Apart from being an activity that gives back to the environment, this is also a call on the participation of individuals, divers, and nature enthusiasts to contribute in their own little way. In lieu of this, Paradiso Rito is opening the planned artificial coral planting activity to interested divers who want to plant sculptures of the 12 apostles in the chosen dive site.

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Here is an FAQ provide by our dive master and resident dive instructor, Mr. Bobby Manas.

Q: How can one participate in the artificial coral planting activity?

A: Participants with diving experience ideally are welcome to register.

Q:Where do they register for the coral planting project?

A: Kindly register at <divecenter@paradisorito.com> We can only accommodate a max of 15 divers per “coral planting” day due to logistic limitations.

Q:Is transportation to Paradiso Rito shouldered by Paradiso Rito?

A. No

Q: From what time to what time is the event?

A: Generally ideal time would be from 9 AM – 12 NN, weather and sea conditions permitting.

Q: Is there a participating fee?

There are no fees, but discounts are given on the resort rates. Overnight package is P3500/pax; Day-Trip package is P600/pax both with the regular inclusions, Plus Free use of Tanks w/air and use of Boat during the coral transplant activity, and one(1) Free Beer!

Q: How about dive equipment ? – It can be rented at the resort.

A: Accommodation is to be reserved in advanced? – Yes, as usual.

Q:Max of no. of participants needed?

A: 15 pax

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