The Philippines has 7,107 island and only 2,000 of these are inhabited and discovered. Roughly 70% of the Philippine Islands is still secret to the world. Donsol is renowned as the whale shark capital of the world where the highest congregation of whale sharks can be found during the season of November to June; Ticao Island is where the Manta Bowl lies and this is the Philippine’s capital for Manta Rays. Manta Rays may be the staple, but since the Ticao Pass is characterized by cool waters, strong currents, and cleaning stations, other sharks and pelagic creatures like the whale sharks, threshers sharks, and hammerhead sharks drop by also. Malapascua is the only place in the world where Thresher Sharks can be spotted all year round. In between Ticao Island and Malapascua is a channel with several small islands along the way. These islands are pristine, untouched, and generally uninhabited. Be among the first people to dive and explore these unknown islands of the Philippines. Donsol Eco Tour’s safari tour will take you from Ticao Island to Malapascua (or vice versa) but will have you dive places that have been kept secret for generations.