View and download Malapascua newsletter special. Read about the current situation after Typhoon Yolanda/Hayian.
Vaccination time! Fabienne giving tetanus shots to Malapascua staff. Not everybody is convinced that they will survive on this procedure, but we have great news, they are all fine. Some look as if they are dying, one is smiling, while the other is covering his/her face. That’s fun!
Sea Explorers and Ocean Vida Staff distributing relief goods for Yolanda typhoon victims in Malapascua. Thank you for all your support!
Today, Sven, Ollie, Herve and Laurent came back from Malapascua with good news about the actual situation. Ocean Vida Beach & Dive Resort be partially open starting December 1, 2013. This means 14 rooms, beach bar and restaurant. Sea Explorers Philippines dive center will be fully operational that date.
Chris just came back from Malapascua and told us that we have already been able to secure the food and water supply for all the local staff of Ocean Vida and Sea Explorers in Malapascua. Thank you all for your amazing support! Read more…
Loading of relief goods, supplies, shelter materials, water filter system, and generators for Malapascua at Sea Explorers Cebu Office.
In the morning of November 8th, Malapascua took a direct hit from the super-typhoon Haiyan, the strongest typhoon ever measured in the recorded history. The typhoon left Malapascua almost completely devastated with more than 95% of all buildings totally destroyed or severely damaged. Read more…
News update about Ocean Vida in Malapascua island after super typhoon Yolanda. 90% of the island struggled with damages. Ocean Vida also suffered major damages and will be closed until further notice.
Following the upcoming Super-Typhoon Yolanda, Sea Explorers Philippines, Ocean Vida Resort, and all guests evacuated yesterday, November 6, from Malapascua to Cebu City. We want to make everyone is safe.
Successful Day 1 at DEMA show 2013 in Orlando. Great effort by the Philippine DOT in setting up an awesome booth.