nosy be hotel madagascar







Nosy be hotel Madagascar
Nosy be hotel Madagascar
Nosy be hotel Madagascar

Start your island visit at the waterfall, with a detour to the sacred tree. Discover Malagasy handicrafts on the outskirts of Hell-ville or in craft shops. Stroll through the market and choose some spices to delight those waiting impatiently for you to come home.

Excursions to surrounding islands:
Nosy Komba or the Lemur island is usually combined with Nosy Tany Kely.

After leaving the boat, wander through the artisan village to find very beautiful sculptures just created by the skilful hands of our artists. Superb tablecloths, paintings, wooden items, jewellery, vanilla, ylang-ylang and clothing items are there to delight and tempt you.

Beyond the village, the lemurs wait for you to give them a banana before perching on your shoulders

The Tanykely excursion usually follows on from the Nosy Komba one. As a marine reserve, its seabed is a feast for those in the know and those who aren’t. A wealth of tropical fish and turtles are your swimming companions around the island. You can also find lemurs and bats. A little path leads to the lighthouse.

Meals are served on the beach, in the shade of tall trees.

Nosy Iranja, made of two islands, Iranja Be and Iranja Kely, is reached by motorboat. During the 90-minute trip, you enjoy magnificent scenery and meet turtles, dolphins or whales in the right season. It’s a paradise island par excellence with its turquoise water and immaculately clean sand.

Nosy SAKATIA : the orchid island, displays outstanding views thanks to its hilly terrain. Only 20 minutes away by motorboat from our beach, it is prized for its natural pool where you can easily find yourself swimming with turtles.

.The island

Nosy Be : the « Big island » off the north-west coast of Madagascar in the Mozambique Channel, is also called the « perfume island » thanks to crops of Ylang-ylang, vetiver, coffee, pepper and other spices.

The interior reveals lakes, authentic conserved villages, ylang-ylang plantations, the island’s varieties of palm trees and rice paddies, not to mention Mount Passot.