Dive Society Malapascua: The Staff

“Dive Philippines, one of the world’s best diving destinations”

The Dive Society, Malapascua, Cebu, Philippines is one of the best and most knowledgeable ways to visit the various and wonderful diving sites of Malapascua. The dive center is just a few steps away from Kokay’s Maldito Dive Resort around the beautiful Malapascua beach.

Malapascua Island – one of the few places in the whole world to see everyday the wonderful and rare Thresher sharks. Dive Society – Malapascua is an SSI Diamond Dive Center. They offer all courses from beginners to instructors .

Meet the staff of the dive center for the year 2014 : Continue reading “Dive Society Staff”

Mother's Day May 11

 Enjoy your day with your marvelous mother…

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Rice Casimir with Arugula Salad - Special Menus

Do you not have a “suitable” dish found on our menu?

Do you like something “special“? Feel free to ask our manager for some specials or special recommendations… If at the market some nice (seasonal) fruits or vegetables are available – spontaneously our chef make some menus out of our regular menu card!

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Dr. Fish SPA at Kokay's Maldito Dive Resort - Malapascua

Not all Malapascua visitors are here for diving and look out for thresher sharks…
But a lot of health conscious guests noticed the „Sea Water Skin Benefits“:
One of the most important sea water health benefits lies in its ability to heal damaged and irritated skin. Sea water can reduce inflammation and help cure many skin disorders such as atopic dermatitis, rosacea, psoriasis and eczema. It has great antiseptic properties, very useful in healing minor wounds, cuts, rashes and abrasions – salt and potassium chloride seem to be majorly responsible for these beneficial, mending effects.

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A smile on your Crêpe

Are you on Malapascua for diving and see some thresher sharks?

At first – a good morning should start with a smile: Continue reading “A smile on your Crêpe”