Between Africa and the Indian Ocean, stay in an eco-resort that is part of National Geographic's "Unique Lodges of the World" shortlist. With its lush vegetation and paradise beaches, the island is a jewel of Madagascar and can only be discovered on foot or by canoe. Dive into an exceptional biodiversity with many species of sharks and rays, swim along with whale sharks and humpback whales, and spot some magnificent macro life!
This eco-resort supports more than 300 people on the island, both directly and indirectly, by providing jobs, purchasing locally, and supporting traditional construction projects in the village. The cleaning products used on site are biodegradable, and the eco-resort recycles and composts as much as possible.
For divers wishing to discover an authentic Madagascar, far from mass tourism. The destination will also please non-divers thanks to the many activities possible on site: walks in the jungle, stand-up paddleboarding, snorkeling, kayaking, etc.