CRUISES

MADAGASCAR

NOSY BE

CRUISES

Weekly and daily cruises to Nosy Be island in Madagascar. We offer cruises for whale watching, for visiting the Nosy Be Archipelago or the beautiful Mytso and Radama islands. Cruises and daily cruises in Nosy Be in Madagascar.

Cruises

Our cruises last five days and include ten dives (possibility of supplementary night dive).
You will do one dive in the morning and one in the afternoon. All our dives are guided.
Cruise departure is assured from 4 divers with a maximum of 8 divers. Departure on Monday and return on Saturday afternoon. Other days on request.

WHALE WATCHING

During the southern winter (July, August and September) the humpbacks arrive by hundreds in the Southern hemisphere waters in Madagascar, where they calve, mate and wean their new born ones before joining cold waters.

They are about 15-18 m long and have long pectoral fins, features of these species. Showing their very sociable behavior, they make majestic jumps.
In our center, we organize boat excursions daily for “whales watching “. We spot them and draw near without disturbing groups of whales, in general females with their calves. We outdo them and at 100 m we shut off engines.
At this point, they come to our encounter, curious, letting us get rather close to watch and take photographs. Fortunate observers may hear their “call”, sends out to communicate in long-distance, and submerge underwater with them to observe and take them in photo. When a group moves away, we leave to look for some others, to come closer and to pursue the wonderment…

MYTSIO ISLAND

Cruise of 6 days. Mitsio islands form a volcanic archipelago, at nearly 45 miles from Nosy-Be; among these islands, only one is inhabited “the Big Mitsio”, and the others deserve the name of “coast of virgin islands”.

RADAMA ISLANDS

Cruise of 7 days. They are composed of 4 islands southward of Nosy-Be archipelago. The main island, named Kalakajoro, shelters a real fishers village, and is known for its diving sites in coral floors surrounding it. It now became completely wild; once, in time of the colonies, it served as a commercial stopover and had plantations of ylang-ylang, coconut trees and vanilla. In time of independence war, some Malagasy patriots were transferred here in a penitentiary center. Its coasts are characterized by white sands and sandbars on coral floors features of coastal area.

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CONTACTS

MADAPLOUF DIVING
BP 421 - Nosy Be 207
MADAGASCAR
madaplouf@gmail.com

Phone : (00 261 20) 86 938 65
Gsm : (00 261) 33 14 248 33
Gsm : (00 261) 33 02 096 13

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