Intro to Madagascar - Madagascar is located in the Indian Ocean off the eastern coast of Africa. The nation comprises the island of Madagascar, which is the fourth-largest island in the world, and smaller peripheral islands. Madagascar has a one of a kind mix of plants and animals. Many of them are found nowhere else. Madagascar is even referred to as the "eighth continent" by some ecologists. Ninety percent of the 10,000 plants native to Madagascar can't be found anywhere else in the world.
Water Temperature: 28C/83F (Jan-March) & 25C/77F (July-Sept)
Visibility: 10 - 50m (33 - 164 ft)
Depth Range: 5 - 40m (16 - 131 ft)
Nosy Be - It has the best diving in Madagascar. The depth is perfect for beginner divers who want to experience a little bit of drift diving. The abundance of micro-life make this site a photographer's dream. It has an amazing marine biodiversity such as huge coral fans, several species of turtles, gigantic lobsters, leopard shark, frogfish, and angelfish. In the summer months Manta rays and Whale sharks can even be found.
Mitsio Wreck - This area is suitable for beginner to advanced divers. It is now home to an abundance of marine life including scorpionfish and fan coral.
Île Sainte-Marie - It is another popular wreck diving site located just off the east coast. Saint Marie is on migratory routes for humpback whales between July and September.
Paroi des Merou - Advanced divers would love this site which drops to 40m. You can expect an abundance of marine life and exciting diving activities here.
Pointe Alebrand - Larger pelagic fishes can be spotted here. See grey sharks, manta rays, barracuda and sometimes migrating humpback whales, which could be seen in large numbers.
Topside & Non-Diving Activities
✓ Kite and Windsurfing
✓ Guided Kayaking
✓ Deep Sea Fishing
✓ Wildlife Tours
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