Malapascua is a Philippine island located in Visayan Sea, approx 6,8 km (4,2 ml) across a shallow strait from Cebu Island's northernmost tip. Malapascua is quite small, only around 2,5 x 1 km (1,55 x 0,6 ml), and has 8 hamlets.
Malapascua Island became popular fairly recently (during the early 1990s) as a diving destination. Prior to it, the isle was famous for its vast white sand Bounty Beach. Malapascua is famous for its excellent dive spots (coral gardens and coral walls), as well as further-out Gato Island, Kemod Shoal and Monad Shoal. The latter is an underwater plateau where manta rays and thresher sharks can regularly be seen. Most of the islanders derive livelihood from tourism, but some still rely on fishing and farming.
Malapascua Island cruise terminal
Cruise ships to Malapascua Island dock (anchor) at Logon - port town on the southwestern coast.
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