Book Malapascua now – and save

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Book Malapascua now – and save

Save 10 per cent off accommodation for a 10-night dive package to the Philippines by booking before the end of July.

That’s the latest offer from Dive Worldwide, which invites you to “head to Malapascua, a must-dive location, and stay at the private hillside Tepanee Beach Resort with panoramic views of the ocean, its own private beach and world-class diving opportunities at Monad Shoal.”

“The dive centre, Thresher Shark Divers, is a PADI 5-star Instructor Development Centre (IDC) and Tec Rec Facility and is just a two-minute walk away. A comprehensive range of courses are available including the unique Thresher Shark speciality created by the owner and written in conjunction with PADI. The dive shop also has a bar and restaurant, Oscars, which is the main social hub for divers during the day and evenings.”

Guests can enjoy up to four daily boat dives to see “sharks, mantas and wrecks, hunt for critters or enjoy the beautiful colours and life on the reef”.

“It is necessary to be up early though to have the best chance of seeing the nocturnal thresher sharks which visit Monad Shoal cleaning stations each morning. Other highlights may include the incredible diversity of Gato Island, mandarin fish at Lighthouse (dusk dive), and hammerheads at Kimud Shoal.”

The special price is £1700pp based on 2 sharing including return flights from the UK, transfers, 10 nights’ B&B accommodation at Tepanee Beach Resort, 5 days' diving (10 dives), tanks and weights. It is available for trips from now until 31 October if booked by 31 July.

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