Malapascua, The Philippines


Malapascua is a small island off the northern tip of Cebu, one of the main islands of the Central Visayan Islands in the Philippines.  Covering barely a square mile in area (around 2.5 square km), Malapascua is known for (among other things) a large population of thresher sharks.  Once virtually unknown, in the last few decades it's become very popular as a scuba diving destination.  Check out this amazing aerial video of the island, compliments of contributor and drone pilot MavicExplorer. 

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