Malapascua’s majestic shark at its best. Thresher Shark population is thriving good in the sea mount called Monad Shoal. They come for cleaning every morning between 5AM – 10AM. They are shy creatures of the deep but wouldn’t mind divers afterall. Come and see these pelagic species and feel deeper connection only here at Ocean Passion.
Ocean Passion Malapascua Dive Center is one of the premier PADI 5-star Dive Resorts in Malapascua, Philippines. We are offering the highest quality of service and Brand New Rental Equipment for reasonable prices. Dive with us and you are in good hands. As a PADI Awarded Scuba Diving School, we have one of the most experienced and respected full-time dive staff and offer the Full PADI Dive Course Program – From Beginner to PRO. Dive with us on some of the best diving spots around our beautiful island in the Philippines.
Let’s take a peek at Ocean Passion’s ambiance as the newly awarded PADI 5 ☆ Dive Resort in Malapascua Island Philippines. Our goal is to share our milestone with you and keep enriching people’s lives.
Let's take a peek at Ocean Passion's ambience as the newly awarded PADI 5 ☆ Dive Resort in Malapascua. Our goal is to share our milestone with you and keep enriching people's lives. Slam's Garden Resort Malapascua
Ocean Passion is proud to announce it’s 5 STAR DIVE RESORT achievement….
Would like to THANK YOU EVERY ONE INVOLVE.
Will not have been possible without all the crew, boat mans, captain, mechanic, secretaries, divemasters, instructors, manager, the big Boss (Liezel 🤪) and my self… it’s a team work who make this possible. Also the Padi Staff Conny and Pam for the support. 🙂🙂🙂
Thresher sharks are also called Fox sharks and are split up into three living species: Pelagic Thresher, Bigeye Thresher and Common Thresher. One of these species, the Pelagic Thresher shark (Alopias Pelagicus), is known to inhabit the waters of Malapascua Island. It’s the smallest of the three species (3 meters / 10 foot long and about 70 kg / 153 lb). Furthermore, this shark is characterized by the highly elongated upper lobe of its caudal fin, which is used like a whip to strike prey (especially small fish). In addition, this shark is a strong swimmer and can even be seen jumping out of the water (breaching). It’s not aggressive (no one has ever reported an attack on humans), and once it encounters a diver, it can be shy, usually changing direction and swimming away. Unfortunately the Thresher sharks population is declining, due to illegal fishing and pollution.