This trip includes Nosy Iranja, viewing lemurs, snorkeling, discovering stunning beaches, and interacting with locals. If you have enough time, you may combine a city tour with a trip to the Nosy Be market, where you can buy a variety of mementos to take home. Nosy Be’s is the most popular tourist attraction in Madagascar. Located off Madagascar’s northwestern coast, this little island is endowed with exquisite sand beaches, dazzling volcanic lakes, and rich flora and fauna. It has a 120 square mile (310 square km) area, is 12 miles (19 km) length, and a width of 19 miles (km). The island was created by volcanoes, and it is covered in forest and includes many crater lakes. Mount Passot, at 1,079 feet (or 329 meters), is the mountain’s highest point. Its coral reefs are vibrant and abundant, and the tropical waters, warmed by the Agulhas Current, entice you to dive in. Nosy Be is a must-visit location for both sun seekers and environment enthusiasts since it has inland forested reserves and lush ridges that are home to lemurs, strange reptiles, and island birds.
We will meet at the Nosy Be port, and following the meeting you will receive a training on how the excursion will be carried out appropriately, we will then board a boat and go by speed boat to Nosy Iranja, which will take us about an hour and a half. One of the most breathtaking islands in Madagascar is Nosy Iranja, a paradise island. We’ll eat lunch here in Nosy Iranja, and the menu will consist primarily of mixed varieties of fish. When we get there, you can take some time to enjoy the beaches or go snorkeling for a short while. Then, we’ll eat lunch and go to a scenic viewpoint where you can see how connected the two islands are during high tide. After lunch, we’ll ride back to Nosy Be Port and, if we have any extra time, we’ll make a quick stop in Nosy Be City before returning to the port so that you can board the cruise ship.
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