Dive Safari

Dive Safari

Visiting 2 or 3 islands in the Nosy Be Archipelago

Turquoise waters, coral reefs and plenty to marvel at underwater.

Dive in the coral-lined lagoons amongst sea turtles with prolific reef life. The palm-shaded beaches of Nosy Be, host eagle and manta rays as well as surgeonfish, triggerfish and barracuda. Humpback whales can also be spotted in the breeding season.

7 nights bungalows. Sakatia lodge – Sakatia

Dives are an additional fee and are approximately 50 Euros per dive. There is a full dive school at Sakatia lodge and all dives can be arranged directly through them.

*  Prices excluding flights. 

7 Nights

R14,250 pp *

  • The price quoted covers accommodation & specified meals
  • Transfers between islands (boat & road) or to and from airport
  • Visas are done on arrival and are approximately €10 per person.

Create Awesome Memories

Things to do

  • Navigate the unspoilt islands of Komba, Antshoa, Verona and Ankazaberavina.
  • Madagascar is home to nearly 60 “species” of lemurs. Get up close and personal.
  • Few outdoor experiences beat cooking fresh-caught fish over a campfire.
  • Nosy Komba is known for its small tropical beaches and its emerald water.
  • Swim with turtles in the crystal clear waters of the Tanikely Marine Reserve.
  • You can catch fish like barracuda, Spanish Mackerel and King fish.
  • The lighthouses of Madagascar, a heritage from France, built by Gustav Eiffel
  • Madagascar supports some of the largest coral reef systems in the world
  • A rare pleasure to stroll along a deserted beach surrounded by exotic nature

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The Small Print

  • The price quoted covers the 7-night package including meals, activities and transfers.
  • Transfers if you are heading straight to the camps and back to the airport.
  • If you are going on to other hotels, we can arrange transfers but will be for your account.
  • Visas are done on arrival and are approximately €10 per person.
  • Please note all prices are subject to change without prior notice due to currency fluctuations and are priced at the current airfares which can change at any time.

“Thanks for a well-organised trip. It was a great adventure and the people at all 4 of our lodges, hotel or guesthouse made us feel welcome and went the extra mile to make our stay comfortable.“

Jaco and Georgina Steyn – Sakatia lodge and 293 on Komba

“Honore is a fantastic captain (as he was for us in 2008) and knows everything about Madagascar from the culture to the geography to politics and biology. We were so privileged to have him as our guide.“

Monica Murray – Izy Safari – Tented camps