While there are many places on earth to enjoy the beautiful sea life that exists below the water, the truth is that many of these destinations are scarred by pollution and other man-made problems that make diving or visiting the beach to be a rather distasteful event.
The more popular the tourist location, the more likely it is that you will see the destructive forces of man ruining the natural beauty of that area. You see this in such places as Australia, where tourists are aiding in the Great Barrier Reef regression that threatens this amazing living structure that has existed for thousands of years.
While many places on earth where you would love to enjoy the waters are seeing this kind of erosion, there is one place that is almost completely free of the destructive forces that man brings when tourists flock to a location. That location is Malapascua, an island that is off of North Cebu in the Philippines.
While this location has attracted tourists from all over the world for generations, most who have come here have come specifically for the incredible Marine life that is found within the sanctuary. There are a few places on earth that offer such a refuge where the land and seas around it have not been affected in any great way. This allows the sea life to prosper greatly in this region, and has made this a spot where those who love to see some of the most beautiful fauna and flora flourish with great vitality.
One of the best parts about visiting Malapascua Cebu is that it is incredibly easy to get to there. You can either take a van or ride one of the buses that regularly leaves from the Cebu City airport. The trip takes about four hours to reach your final destination, and cost you about eight dollars to be able to reach your destination. A truly reasonable cost, especially considering the time it takes to reach there.
For those who are concerned, the buses and vans are fully air conditioned, ensuring that you don’t become overwhelmed by the tropical temperatures the Philippines has to offer. It’s a very comfortable ride, which also gives you the opportunity to see the beauty of the Philippines as you ride on your way to reach your destination.
If you look at a Malapascua Cebu Travel Guide, you will see that there is a great deal of activities and natural wonders that you will truly love to see and visit once you reach this tropical paradise. The one which most people thoroughly enjoy is just hanging out at the beach. Because of the fact that this has not become a tourist hotbed, many of the beach areas are as pristine and beautiful as they have been for hundreds of years. You can find many locations that offer you a great deal of solitude, plus the waters are absolutely spectacular. If you want to get in a swim, snorkel, or dive, there are few places on earth as beautiful as Malapascua Island.
There is a 50 foot cliff that offers you the opportunity to do a little cliff diving. You can snorkel or dive around the island area, or take an excursion out to some of the other islands that are located directly off of this tropical paradise. There are many guided tours that can take you fishing, diving, snorkeling, and also take you to the other islands, giving you a fantastic day in and around the region.
For those who are really into diving, you will love the fact that there are many different areas around the island that offer you experiences that are beyond words. Plus, finding a tour guide or even a trainer that can show you how to dive, is extremely easy, and also quite inexpensive.
Trainers can help you with learning how to dive, so you are comfortable with the equipment and not fearful when you are under the water. In addition, there are several resorts along the beach area where tours and training guides can easily be found, that can assist you in enjoying your trip. The best part is that you will find that they cost no more than a few dollars to be able to enjoy and experience that is simply beyond words. There are just so few places on earth that offered this kind of beauty at a price that is so reasonable.
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