Diving Malapascua

Divers come to Malapascua for the opportunity to watch the deep water Thresher Sharks at the cleaning station, Monad Shoal. This sunken island about 20-26m deep is the only one in the world where divers can routinely see the Pelagic thresher sharks as well as the common thresher shark. Being sensitive to light, the threshers get themselves cleaned in the early hours of the morning so divers that want to get a glimpse of the rare sharks need to get up at 5am or earlier. In the afternoon, lucky divers can also get the chance to see mantas at the cleaning station as well. For best dives we recommend divers to come from July to November during the rainy season.

Diving with Celtis resort

We can organize your dives or PADI course with our experimented partners. You will experience unforgetable dives with high qualified professional divers in the well-preserved sea world of Malapascua.

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Diving price list
10 dive package 13,500 PHP
Additional fees
Monad Shoal marine protection fee P50 per dive
Equipment rental P350 per dive
Night dives + P250
Torch light rental P250
Computer rental P500 per day
Dona Marilyn Trip + P350 (fuel surcharge) per person
Calangaman + P850 (350 fuel surcharge, 500 marine fee) per person
Kimud Shoal Trip: + P250 (fuel surcharge) per person
Nitrox + P350
+ marine park 150 Pesos per day

Malapascua dive sites

Monad Shoal: thresher sharks and manta rays
Gato Island: fish and shark tunnel
Lapus Lapus: the most spectacular coral growth and a huge variety of marine life
Chocolate Island: beautiful shallow dive site perfect for marine photographers
Kimud Shoal: a small shoal near Monad
Nunez Shoal: a stunning wall dive with a great variety of life
Maripipi: excellent dive plentiful fish life including sharks and rays
Manok-Manok: beautiful multi-colored soft tree corals
Tapilon wreck: World War II Japanese cargo carrier sunk by torpedoes. Abundant Barracuda
Maria's point: for advance divers only
Calangaman Island: fishes sanctuary multilevel dives
Dona Marilyn: a sunken passenger ferry still in all in one. Nice dive
Pioneer wreck: World War II Japanese gunboat. For those trained in decompression diving only

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