How to go to Malapascua Island?

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Malapascua Island is a beautiful island located in the northern part of Cebu, Philippines. It is famous for its white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and coral gardens. If you're planning to visit this paradise, here's how to get there.

First, you need to get to the town of Maya in Daanbantayan. You can take a bus or van from the North Bus Terminal in Cebu City to Maya. The travel time is around 4-5 hours, depending on the traffic. Once you arrive in Maya, you need to take a boat to Malapascua Island. The boat ride takes around 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the weather and sea conditions.

There are two types of boats that you can take: a public boat or a private boat. The public boat is the most affordable option, but it has a fixed schedule and can be crowded during peak season. The private boat, on the other hand, offers more flexibility and privacy, but it can be more expensive.

If you're taking the public boat, you need to go to the Maya port early in the morning as the boat leaves at 8:00 AM. The fare is around PHP 100-150 per person. If you miss the public boat, you can hire a private boat at the port. The fare for a private boat is around PHP 1500-2000, depending on the size and type of boat.

If you're taking a private boat, you can arrange it beforehand with your hotel or through a travel agency. The advantage of taking a private boat is that you can choose your own schedule and avoid the crowd.

Once you arrive in Malapascua Island, you can explore its beautiful beaches and dive spots. Some of the popular activities in the island include diving, snorkeling, island hopping, and beach bumming.

In conclusion, going to Malapascua Island requires a bit of planning and preparation, but it's definitely worth it. If you need any assistance in planning your trip or finding local service providers in Cebu, don't hesitate to contact Yehro Cebu City. We are always ready to help you make the most out of your stay in Cebu.

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