Overseas Scuba Dive Trips in 2011
- Chuuk or Truk Atoll ~ 05 - 16 May 2011
- Tonga ~ 04 - 11 August 2011
- Malapascua Island: secret of the Philippines ~ 01 - 08 October 2011
Malapascua Island has something for all divers, so come and dive the best kept secret of the Philippines - indeed of South East Asia. The Philippines is the new Thailand, but with much better diving and without the crowds. So make your next scuba diving trip to Malapascua Island!
Malapascua diving offers: the only daily thresher shark sightings in the world, whitetip sharks, mantas, hammerheads (seasonal), wrecks, mandarin fish, countless nudibranchs, pygmy seahorses, cuttlefish, beautiful unspoiled coral gardens and a huge diversity of marine life.
Monad Shoal is an underwater island on the edge of a 200m drop off, and is famous as the only place in the world where thresher sharks can be seen everyday. Giant manta rays are also a common sight year round. The shoal attracts other pelagics such as devil rays and eagle rays. Malapascua has a great variety of dive sites - we've got big stuff and small stuff, reefs and wrecks, amazing coral dives and sandy muck dives, wall dives and more. Because the diving is very varied with many different influences there is a great variety of marine life. All our dive sites have excellent macro, so there is always plenty to see. Some divers have rated Malapascua's dive spots as some of the world's best diving!
Thresher Shark Divers is based on Bounty Beach, Malapascua Island, just off the north tip of Cebu in the Philippines. We are located in the middle of this picture perfect white sandy beach.
We like to keep things small so that your dive experience is as personalized as possible. You won't be packed into a huge dive shop, just one insignificant diver among many. We keep groups as small as we can, usually no more than 4 per group. In addition, we try to be flexible and will do our best to accommodate the dive sites YOU want to go to. We will go diving even if it is just you on the boat.
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