Ocean Vida is the only licensed money-changer on the entire Malapascua Island. If you would like to exchange currency from any country, we wil be happy to do it for you.
Opening hours: 6am – 11pm.
You have two options to go back to Maya.
A) You can hire a private boat at the reception and you will be picked up right here on our beautiful beach in front of the resort.
Cost: 1.500,- Php incl. luggage handling.
B) Or you can take a public boat from the village of Logon. Public boat services run from 6am – 2pm.
Cost: 80,- Php per person not incl. luggage handling.
From Maya you can go back to Cebu City or to any other destination around Cebu by taxi. We can provide you with a car to get you to the airport or to any other resort around Cebu City.
Cost: Please ask at the reception.
The cheapest and slowest way of getting back to Cebu City is by bus – Ceres Liner. They leave every 30 minutes from 5am – 5pm from Maya and to the Northern Bus Terminal in Cebu City. The journey will take around 4,5 hours.
Cost: Approximately 180,- Php per person per way.
Sari Sari Stores:
These are the only places on Malapascua where you can buy some goods. They normally have most things you need for daily living, like softdrinks, snacks, candy and toiletries. We recommend the DayDay Souvenir Store as he has the largest selection on the island.
Opening hours: 6am – 9pm.
It is the second international airport in the Philippines and you can reach a lot of different international destinations directly fom here. Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok just to mention a few. Domestic destinations like Dumaguete (Negros), Coren (Busuanga), Tagbilaran (Bohol), Puerto Princesa (Palawan), Boracay and Manila can all be reached by daily flights from Cebu airport. Please check Cebu Pacific, Zest Air or Philippine Airline for the flight to your dream destination.
Airport Tax: An airport tax of 550,- Php needs to be paid cash for every international departure.