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| Madagascar lies about 250 NM off the east coast of Africa and is the fourth largest island in the world. Madagascar is not so much an island as a mini-continent. You needn't totally forget about notions of idyllic tropical islands, but there's more to do here than lazing on a sandy beach and dipping into crystalline water to peek at coral reefs now and again. Madagascar's forests are a shimmering, seething mass of a trillion stems and dripping leaves and slithering, jumping, quirky beasts out of nature's bag of tricks: Lemurs, chameleons, periwinkles and baobabs, aloes, geckoes, sifakas and octopus trees.|
Madagascar's water shelter an exceptional environment with remarkable varieties of coral and fish. With fascinating tribal cultures and ceremonies and an intriguing assortment of fady (local taboos) thrown in to perplex visitors, yacht charter in Madagascar makes for a truly experience.
General Information :
Time lag : +2h in winter / +1h in summer.
Electricity : 220 V.
Formalities : Passport + Visa.
Recommended injections: DT polio, malaria, diphtéria, tétanus, hépatitis A and B.
Yacht Charter Madagascar :
Yacht charter in Nosy Be
Yacht charters are concentrated on the volcanic island of Nosy Be, the biggest and most populated of the Malagasy islands. The most beautiful beaches of Madagascar are found here. Nosy-Be, located in the Mozambique Canal, north-west of the Grande Terre, is a 300m2 volcanic island with 50 000 inhabitants
In the south: Nosy Tanikely, Nosy Komba, the island of lemurs - Le Pain de Sucre (sugar loaf) - Nosy Iranja - Nosy Radamas - Nosy Saba.
In the north: Nosy Mitsio- Tsara Banjina.
The Mitsio archipelago
Spreads over 70 km of beautiful marine life and is situated 55km to the north of Nosy Be. Several points are worth the visit. It shelters a remarkable geological formation composed of organ pipe shaped basaltic rocks which plummet directly into the Mozambique Canal. The Mitsio archipelago is particularly rewarding for tropical fish lovers and attracts divers from all over the world.
Situated 55 miles south west of Nosy Be, the archipelago is made up of 4 islands, including Kalakajoro Island where fishing eagles make their nests. These coral islands have shallow beds and welcome fishing and diving. This Radamas has lush tropical vegetation and deserted beaches. The few fishermen villages are known for their friendliness.
The small island, whose marine park invites you to discover its treasures simply by snorkelling.
The island of lemurs.
Known as the Island of Turtles' is 4 hour's navigation south-west of Nosy Be. It is an idyllic island made up of two islets linked by a sandbar at low tide and whose beaches are reproduction sites for turtles.
Small island surrounded by a coral reef, it's paradise for the diving.
At 40 km north of Nosy Be, you can enjoy its hotel and white sandy beaches and lush vegetation.
The four elders or the four cliffs, which are nesting places for gannets, have a magnificent marine life which attracts divers from all over the world.