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Things to do in Malapascua Island

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Ranked #1 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Water sports
Owner description: Evolution is a concept based around safe and exciting scuba diving, good times and cold drinks with old and new friends, and... more » Owner description: Evolution is a concept based around safe and exciting scuba diving, good times and cold drinks with old and new friends, and a perfect blend of Filipino, Irish and English hospitality.With the paradise island of Malapascua in the Philippines as the backdrop, Evolution Diving has access to some one-of-a-kind dive sites, including the daily cleaning stations for thresher sharks at Monad Shoal. If you prefer macrolife, you can see most creatures on an experienced divers list, or you can get down and dirty in WWII wrecks and immerse yourself in the history that surrounds them. « less
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Ranked #2 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Water sports
Owner description: Sea Explorers are based on Malapascua more than 14 years. Our dive guides and instructors are all from the island and have... more » Owner description: Sea Explorers are based on Malapascua more than 14 years. Our dive guides and instructors are all from the island and have most experience. We know that we can provide you with the best and most professional service you can find on Malapascua. Please come to Malapascua and become a Sea Explorer yourself... And don't forget, Dive with a Smile :-) « less
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Ranked #3 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Water sports
Owner description: PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Center, located on Malapascua Island in the Philippines. Offering daily thresher shark dives, mantas,... more » Owner description: PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Center, located on Malapascua Island in the Philippines. Offering daily thresher shark dives, mantas, hammerheads, reefs and wrecks, macro and muck diving, mating mandarin fish, seahorses, frogfish and much more. Small groups with experienced Divemasters and Instructors. TSD offers all the local dives sites, a full range of PADI courses from beginner to Instructor, dive internships and technical diving. British owned and run, professional and safe, with 8 years experience on Malapascua, « less
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Ranked #4 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #5 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Water sports
Owner description: Malapascua Exotic Island Dive Resort Dive with the original Thresher shark divers and local dive guide experts. Here we can... more » Owner description: Malapascua Exotic Island Dive Resort Dive with the original Thresher shark divers and local dive guide experts. Here we can find you pygmy seahorses, blue ringed octopus, flamboyant cuttlefish etc! We are the only 5* IDC National Geographic resort. With IDCs and Divemaster Internships running year round. Offering PADI courses from beginner to Pro including Nitrox. With a relaxed 4 spots a day schedule. You set your own pace and intensity for diving with Exotic.Welcome to paradise! « less
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Ranked #6 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Water sports
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Category: Beaches
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Ranked #8 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #9 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #10 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Islands
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Ranked #11 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Lighthouses
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Ranked #12 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
Category: Historic Sites
Ranked #13 of 15 attractions in Malapascua Island
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