Maybe you have heard a lot of travellers say "Mom shoots the loofah", in fact it is Malapascua in Cebu, Philippines, because the homophonic sound of Malapaska is similar to that of mom, so many travelers like to take it. Said mother to take the loofah, better memory. Compared with the well-developed islands such as Boracay in the Philippines, Malapascua has a lot of commercialization, not only natural, but also cost-effective travel. For backpackers, Malapascua is more like a sea paradise.
Find a travel agent on Malapascua Island and report a day trip to the island for snorkeling. After an hour and a half, I went to the legendary sea paradise, Carter Gama Island, first saw the sea, fell in love with the blue .
No matter which angle you look at, you feel pure in your heart, no pollution at all, even want to turn into a cloud, drifting in the blue sky with the wind, or turning into a fish, swimming in the sea.
Pay special attention to sun protection, local UV is super strong.
Perth is a beautiful round island with a very fine white sand beach. I was already attracted by the beach when the boat was docked.
The island is not too big. There are many tall coconut trees. The sand is extremely white and delicate. The foot feels like milk powder. The sea around the island is deep blue and blue.
What is even more rare is that the shore corals are said to be very well protected, and the types of fish are also very rich. The legend that the beach and the snorkeling cannot be combined is broken.
Look at the mountains and the sea in front of you. A moment of aphasia, I think, falling in love with the sea, perhaps far more than the beach coconut forest, but in the arms of the ocean, to find the original feeling of life.
Malapascua Island, because of its shape resembling the loofah, the travellers dubbed the "mother take the loofah". This narrow island is known for its pristine, quiet and diving. Diving here, have the opportunity to go to the only place in the world where you can see the thresher shark, and see the rare "shark", which is a small island with a good ecological preservation for parents and children.