Dive Sites

Malapascua Island Diving Adventure

Embark on an Extraordinary Diving Adventure

Explore the enchanting Malapascua Island, where the underwater world comes alive with unparalleled beauty and thrilling encounters. Known as a diver's paradise, Malapascua offers a gateway to a realm of vibrant coral gardens, diverse marine life, and exhilarating underwater landscapes. One of the crown jewels of our diving experiences is the renowned thresher shark dives at Kimud Shoal, where these graceful creatures navigate the crystal-clear waters with elegance.

As you dive deeper into the depths surrounding Malapascua, you'll discover a kaleidoscope of marine wonders that captivate the senses. Join us as we delve into the heart of this aquatic paradise, where every dive is an exploration of nature's breathtaking spectacle.

Gato Island

A 40-minute boat ride from our dive center, depths ranging from 5 to 30 meters. Gato Island is highly cherished by most divers visiting Malapascua. Typically, two dives are conducted around the island. The island is, of course, a protected nature reserve, home to many sea snakes. Dives are conducted along the wall, featuring swim-throughs and a cave traversing the island from side to side. Visitors can witness white tip reef sharks, sea snakes, and nudibranchs. The site is recommended for advanced divers due to its relatively deep attractions.

Kimud Shoal

A 50 minutes boat ride from our dive center, depths from 15 to 40 meters. Arguably the most famous site in the Philippines, this submerged island near Malapascua attracts the renowned thresher sharks each morning at a cleaning station at a depth of 16 meters. Departing at 4:30-5:00 AM from Malapascua just before sunrise, divers enter the calm blue waters of Kimud Shoal and patiently wait for the iconic sharks to emerge from the depths.

Donna Marilyn Site

50 minutes from the island, depth of 30 meters. One of the most beautiful tropical wrecks in the region, the Donna Marilyn sank over 20 years ago due to a strong typhoon in the area. The ship is 90 meters in length and rests on its starboard side.

The Lighthouse Site

Our home site, the perfect place to witness the stunning mandarinfish, seahorses, and the famous shipwreck. Every day, half an hour before sunset, mandarinfish emerge from the corals for a mating ritual. Diving at depths of up to 10 meters.