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Malapascua Island, Cebu Dive Sites

With some of the region’s best dive site, this newcomer on the Visayas dive circuit has created quite a stir. This tiny island is now trying to cope with the influx of divers and beach lovers wanting to experience its undeniable charms.

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WRECK OF THE DONA MARILYN Wreck diving in Malapascua island can be quite an adventure. The big passenger ferry sunk in a strong typhoon more than 20 years ago. The ship was on traveling between Manila and Cebu. The ferry is over 100 meters long and lies on its starboard side.
GATO ISLAND One of the best dive sites in the Visaya Sea with a beautiful tunnel and many swim troughs. Big rocks are covered with soft corals. White tip reef sharks are almost certain to see during the dive.
MONAD SHOAL The dive site which made Malapascua famous. The only place in the world were you can see the Thresher shark getting cleaned in the early morning.
CAPITANCILLO ISLAND Capitancillo is a famous tourist destination that has a great treasure beneath its blue waters. The islet has a coral reef that measures around 2-3 kilometers from north to south. Its well preserved reef makes it a good spot for divers because of its pristine corals with colorful fish species and abundant marine life. A haven for divers and snorkelers
KIMUD SHOAL Kimud shoal is a much smaller plato compared to Monad shoal but the chances to see the hammerhead sharks makes it easy to get up even earlier in the morning.
LAPUS LAPUS The nicest coral garden around Malapascua with a beautiful overhang.
DEEP ROCK A beautiful rock, 20 meter wide covered in soft and hard corals.
LIGHTHOUSE The dive site were we give the guarantee to show you the mating mandarin fish or seahorses.
CALAMANGAN ISLAND A beautiful island with a great wall dive with soft and hard corals.


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