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Hi mike! Its been over a week since we stayed in your resort. Just wanted to send feedback to your resort. My teammates enjoyed a lot and wanted to go back. Thanks for the beautiful accommodation and for letting us borrow what is needed. Thank you so much, we really appreciate it.
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Best regards,
Marifel
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Beach view AABANA Beach Malapascua
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Moonrise mid August 2014, at AABANA Malapascua
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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. This place has a cleaning station for pelagic. Giant manta rays are also a common sight year round. The shoal attracts other pelagics such as devil rays and eagle rays.

Monad Shoal is perfect for Nitrox in order to wait for the sharks to appear. This dive sites is suitable only for advanced divers with experience in deep diving and good buoyancy.

The place is often spoiled by legions of divers sitting on the corals, so be prepared to hover for a long time while you wait for the sharks to come.
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2014-05-28
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The island is called Kalanggaman because of its bird-like shape. “Langgam” is a Visayan word for “bird.”

What makes this island unique from others beside its marvelous diving destination is its long sandbars that are stretching on both sides of the island.   The 1.5  hour boat ride to the island may be a bit challenging bur it is all worth it when you finally set foot on this paradise. If you want to forget your troubles for a  day or if   you want to have a quick getaway with your loved ones, Kalanggaman is definitely the place to go.

At both the eastern and the western part of the island, the shore is covered with slabs of stone as if artificially placed there as a windbreaker. The sea is clear all around. This is the sand bar at the southern end of the island which is more than a hundred meters length. However, this is submerged under water during high tides. The current at the end of the sand bar is so strong that if one is not careful enough, one might be carried out to the ocean.

Entrance fee to the island is P150 per local tourist and P500 per foreign tourist. Rental per cottage is P250. The boat rental to the island is P7,200 for a maximum capacity of 15 persons. It departs the island at 2:00 pm and brings you back to Malapascua

Ask us for a day tour to Kalanggaman..
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2014-05-27
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Malapascua Island, Satellite View.
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