Hell Ville's port ensures exchanges with the big island. It is in Hell Ville that you will find all the infrastructures you need: banks, cybercafés, tourist office. You will also find many hotels and restaurants, as well as many souvenir shops. Supermarkets and grocery stores open their doors to you at very attractive prices. And for night owls, bars and discos will take you dancing until the end of the night.
Marodoka is an ancient Swahili village located a few kilometers from the city center of Nosy Be. Over the centuries, the village has welcomed people from different backgrounds: merchants from India and Arabs, all attracted by the culture and historical richness of the place. Today Nosy Be offers a new tourist tour to discover the people and culture of Nosy Be. On the program, the discovery of a ylang-ylang distillery, visit the village of Marodoka. Not far from there is the Lokobe Nature Reserve, which can also be visited. This tour allows you to immerse yourself in the Sakalava culture and discover the richness and ancestral traditions of Nosy Be.
Welcome to paradise! It should be noted that apart from the southern and western parts of the island, the north and east also have many diving sites. To the north, the Courier Bay, which opens onto the Mozambique Channel, is very popular with lovers of underwater treasures. When you are sailing the catamaran around Nosy Be Island, the Heloise Bank, the Gorgon Bank, and the Beaver Bank, 8 minutes from Grande Mitsio, are among the sites indicated for diving. Be sure to check some sites for information on shark risks.
To the delight of fans of big wheels, Madagascar has nearly 45,000 kilometers of trails allowing a sensational experience of 4x4 hiking and quad biking. These authentic tracks of several kilometers on the 50,000 km of tracks will make even the most daring drivers happy.
Wrongly considered as an activity to be done for non-sportsmen, the encounter with Nosy Be's historical monuments can be a real source of pleasure. The island has many monuments that are worth discovering for their stories, but especially for their architecture.
The Queen's Palace on the heights of Antananarivo, the Royal Palace in Ambohimanga still in Antananarivo, and Fort Manda built under Radama 1st on the eastern shores of Madagascar are among the historical sites worth a visit.
It is considered by all scientists as a sanctuary of nature and the cradle of endemic species of the island. Indeed, you will find species unique in the world with nearly 7 varieties of baobabs, 19,000 plant species and a fauna of more than 100,000 species. This exceptional originality is due in particular to its isolated location in the middle of the Indian Ocean. So it's a colorful journey waiting for you to explore during your catamaran charter in Nosy Be!
Every year from June to September, humpback whales migrates off the northeast coast of Madagascar to mate and give birth. You can then board in small groups to observe these impressive marine mammals that arrive in their hundreds. After thousands of kilometers, they arrive in the warm and tropical waters of Madagascar for the breeding season. Moor your chartered catamaran in Nosy Be and join a whale-watching tour to watch the incredible love parades! Males try hard to impress their females: jumps, fin strikes, training out of the water, ... And if you are lucky, you may have the opportunity to witness the moving birth of a calf, and its first lessons in life with its mother. A unique experience awaits you!
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