Malapascua and Leyte

The Grand Malapascua,Visayas and Bohol

Departure Port: Cebu

Return Port: Cebu

Length of the Trip: 11 Days and 10 Nights

Experience Level: Open Water-30 minimum dives logged required

Our Guide will pick you up from the airport or your hotel and bring you to the Infiniti, where after a brief welcome and safety briefing, you will be assigned cabins. The cruise director will have a full schedule of dives and excursions ready for you.

Our New Years special ‘The Grand Visayas’ trip will treat you to the best dive spots in the Visayas Archipelago.


Dive Sites

Cabilao Island, Bohol: Encounter Barracudas, dogtooth tunas, giant trevallies. Also enjoy stumbling on macro marine life like sea Horses and Nudis.

Balicasag: A marine sanctuary in Bohol—you’ll definitely remember exploring its famous dive sites where beautiful corals are teeming with reef life and whale sharks, for years to come!

Apo Island: Cruising to Apo Island, we explore its reef walls covered in vibrant corals, where you’ll find Sea Turtles, Angel Fish, Snapper Barracudas, Moray Eels, Triggerfish and White tips.

Moalboal: After Apo Island, we'll arrive at Moalboal, on the west coast of Cebu. Moalboal is famous for its shimmering shoals of sardines, sea snakes and sweet lips.

In the North are the Monad shoals famous for its thresher sharks and Gato Island with its white tips and abundance of macro life. We will also be exploring the wrecks at Lighthouse and ‘Dona Marilyn’ in the Malapascua region!

The relatively untouched dive sites around Camotes Island are an underwater paradise waiting to be explored, with its coral covered walls and a wide variety of sea fans and other underwater flora and fauna.

Please Note: This is a sample itinerary and our cruise director can modify the route according to the weather, currents and diving conditions. We wish to give you the best diving experience of the region, but safety of all on board is the foremost concern and we will do our best to offer alternate locations in case any of the listed sites is not accessible at the time.

Visayas Archipelago