Malalison Island (locally called as Mararison) is located in Culasi, Antique, 4 kms. off the coast of Culasi; 15 minutes by pumpboat; long stretch of white sand beach; ideal for beach combing and spear fishing; presence of "pitcher plant" noted.
Malalison or Mararison Island News
This Antique travel guide will provide you with all the necessary details - a quick rundown of what you can do and the places to visit.
One, if not the most underrated province of Panay Island is Antique. It is situated in the western section of Panay Island, borders Aklan in the northeast, and Capiz and Iloilo in the southeast. Unlike its neighboring provinces known for their popular tourist destinations (e.g., Boracay in Aklan, Gigantes Islands in Iloilo), Antique is often seen as a side-trip than a prime destination.
Antique is one of the provinces here in the Philippines that has many attractions and activities both in land and in water. It's impossible to not love this province when both their attractions and locals are so inviting which is why lately it has become a favorite of many travelers. Since summer is slowly rolling in, you may want to visit these tourist spots in Antique.
The devastation of typhoon Yolanda brought misfortune and tragedy to most people who are residing in the Visayas region. However, this occurrence shed light to a pristine island. With minimal human intervention to its development, it is dubbed as the hidden wonder island of Antique, attracting most tourists who want to be a step closer to nature.
Malalison Island or locally pronounced as Mararison is one of the must visit islands in the Province of Antique. It can be considered as a fishermen island because most of the resident's are in fishing, as their livelihood. Its breathtaking beauty captured the attention of the travelers after being hit by the Typhoon Yolanda. Aside from the world class beauty of the Boracay Island, in Aklan, Mararison can also be the next frontier or Panay because of its fine white sand beaches, crystal clear waters with a diversity of aquatic flora and fauna - it is truly a perfect diving paradise.