This island has one of the most stunning white sand beaches in the entire Philippines. The top of the reef starts between 5 and 10 meters, until the edge where you find the impressive drop off. Good visibility normally around that island allows a lot of different things to be seen. Pygmy seahorses are one of the highlights followed by frogfish, schools of jacks, snappers, fusiliers and anthias, all seen along the beautiful wall which is covered with sponges, sea fans and a huge diversity of different hard and soft corals. Kalanggaman Island is part of the province of Leyte, however, it is best acessed by boat via Malapascua Island.