Visiting 2 or 3 islands in the Nosy Be Archipelago
In Madagascar, getting to the islands is half the adventure and island hopping remains an essential part of the Madagascar experience.
Whether you’re sailing into a quaint harbour, listening to the lapping sea while bathing on a sun-drenched deck, you will be filled with a sense of adventure.
We suggest an itinerary visiting 2 or 3 islands in the Nosy Be archipelago, you choose the style of accommodation, we plan the routes and take the work out of your holiday.
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Things to do
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7 Days of Exploration
We suggest an itinerary visiting 2 or 3 islands in the Nosy Be archipelago. You chose the style of accommodation and we sort out the flights, transfers and activities such as diving, deep sea fishing, motorbike or car hire, island tour etc.
Day 1 & 2
Transfer by taxi and boat to Sakatia island and stay at clean, comfortable beach bungalows called Delphino village. Hire pirogue’s, kayak, snorkel, lie in a hammock and relax. Eat freshly caught seafood. Enjoy sundowners at Sakatia lodge (next door). Learn how to scuba dive!
Day 3 & 4
Transfer to Nosy Be mainland. We mostly use L’heure Bleu as a mid-range option with comfortable bungalows on a quiet beach, lovely restaurant and a perfect base for exploring Nosy Be. 5 Minute walk to Ambatoloaka, the tourist town with restaurants, bars and a vibrant night life.
Day 5, 6 & 7
Nosy Komba (Lemur Island) offers a quiet peaceful stay with wonderful walks, coral reefs, restaurants and some of the rare fauna and flora of Madagascar. The Ampangaria village has a craft market, habituated lemurs and a number of quaint beach restaurants. We suggest 293 on Komba or Maki Lodge for a wonderful experience. Other accommodation options such as Jardin Vanille, Chez Berenice or Shot Cottage.
The Small Print
“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
“We choose this destination to be able to snorkel and fish as we are avid water sports people. We weren’t disappointed and the cost of doing this with Marcine’s boat was affordable for the South African Rand.”
Jill Fish – 293 on Komba