The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder. – Ralph W. Sockman
Malapascua – an island situated in the Visayan Sea across a shallow strait from the northernmost tip of Cebu Province.
The island became well-known during the early 1990s as a must-visit dive destination. However, even before its dive wonders rose to fame, Malapascua has been famed for its stretch of white sand beach called Bounty Beach; moreover, it has also been identified for its stunning seascape that boasts off wondrous coral gardens
Today, a great number of divers – local and international alike – come to the island and see for themselves Monad Shoal and Kemod Shoal. Monad Shoal specifically is an underwater plateau where thresher sharks and manta ray are seen on a regular basis.
What else can one do in Malapascua?
- Ask your boatman to take you to various snorkelling sites including those with shipwreck wonders.
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