Don't expect 5 star luxury, gourmet dinners and valet parking here. This place is wild. And despite being Madagascar’s number-one beach destination, attracting thousands of sunscreen-slathered tourists from across the globe year round, Nosy Be and its surrounding islands remain paradise with absolutely fantastic and unparalleled diving and the additional bonus of Whale sharks between September and November.
So now you know: come and dive @ Nosy Be!
Les Chalets de Melinda www.leschaletsdemelinda.com
L’heure Bleue Lodges and Bungalows www.heurebleue.com
Chanty bech Hotel & Lodge
Natura Lodge Nosy Be
Oceane’s Dream www.oceanesdream.com
Scuba Nosy Be www.scubanosybe.com
Sakalav Diving www.sakalav-diving.com
Madaplouv Diving www.madaplouf.com
Scuba Joker Madagascar www.scubajoker.com
Tropical Diving www.tropical-diving.com
Coral Diving Nosy Be www.nosy-be-diving.com
Plongee Toutkoul www.plongeetoukoul.com
Manta Diving Nosy Be www.mantadiveclub.it
Forever Dive Nosy Be www.foreverdive.com
Nosy Be Plongee www.123plongee-madagascar.com
Typically the best season is from May to January. With extra preference for September to November as whale-sharks are more likely to be encountered during that time period!
From Europe and Africa you will first be arriving at Antananarivo International Airport (code TNR) located in the capital of Madagascar. After this a connection flight with Air Madagascar (www.airmadagascar.com) will fly you to the island of Nosy Be. There are also direct flights to Nosy Be by Air Madagascar and South African Airlink (www.flyairlink.com) from and to Johannesburg. Visitors travelling between the Indian Ocean islands may also fly directly to Nosy Be from REUNION or MAYOTTE with Air Madagascar & Air Austral.