Dive the Best Sites of Madagascar From a Splendid Island!

Why We Love It

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.

Who Is It For?

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.

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What's included?
  • 6 nights in a 90 m2 Lodge with ocean view, (price per person, based on double occupancy)
  • 8 dives (possibility to do more - ask us)
  • 4 great experiences:
    • "Cocktail Hour" in a private boat in the heart of the mangroves, the only forest with its roots in the water
    • Seafood dinner served on the terrace of your Lodge
    • Massage with essential oils from Madagascar given on the terrace of your Lodge
    • Charming canoe trip around the island of Nosy Komba and discovery of the local crafts of its village
  • Breakfasts, lunches and dinners served at L’Atelier des Saveurs restaurant
  • Room service breakfast included
  • Contribution to the Preservation of the Environment and the Local Community: €75 per adult
  • Round-trip transfers from/to Nosy Be airport (NOS): €160
What's not included?
  • Alcoholic drinks, bar expenses, à la carte or additional meals, room service other than for breakfast
  • Rental of diving equipment or diving lessons
  • Tourist tax
  • Flights
Dive Briefing!

Marine Life

  • From June to the end of September, humpback whales arrive for the mating season. You can observe jumps, fin strikes, or even training out of the water!
  • Every year, between mid-October and mid-December, whale sharks migrate, and you can observe them snorkelling. There are also more mantas, both species being attracted by the plankton in the water, which also brings lower underwater visibility.
  • The rich waters of the Mozambique Channel bring manta rays, mobula, eagle, and guitar rays; some hammerhead sharks (in December), and some leopard, grey, and white tip sharks all year round. Additionally, you might see magnificent sailfish, and schools of marlins, tuna, and more!
  • All year round, you can dive with huge schools of fusiliers, surgeons, batfish, trevallies, barracudas, green and hawksbill turtles, wrasse, and humphead parrotfish, to name a few.
  • The macro is beautiful too, with ghost and leaf fish, seahorses, and more.

Dive Conditions

  • Season: you can dive from April to December. From January to mid-March, the north-west monsoon brings rain and storms
  • Currents: little or no currents on most sites
  • Visibility: 15 to 40 m (50 to 131 ft). During whale sharks season, between October and December, visibility is on the lower side
  • Water Temperature: ranges 24° to 30°C (75° to 86°F)
  • Depth: shallow and deeper dives, especially on wrecks

Dive Sites

  • You will dive on renowned sites of the Nosy Be region, such as Nosy Tani Kely, Shark Point, Manta Point, Roland Point, Abyss, and the Arches.
  • It is possible to dive on different wrecks, including a trawler - the Mitsio, an old freight barge - the Zaida, and a sailboat - the Kidu.
  • The sites of the south of Nosy Komba are a paradise for macro photographers.
  • In season, you might spot some humpback whales, whale sharks, and bottlenose dolphins on the way to the dive sites.

The Team

  • Operation created in 2006
  • Number of boats: 2
  • PADI, FFESSM, and CMAS dive shop
  • Dive courses - ask us
  • Language spoken: English and French
  • Maximum number of people per dive guide: six

Safety Information

  • Equipment Recommended: a 3mm to 5mm wetsuit, depending on the time of the year (seasons are the opposite of those in the Northern Hemisphere).
  • Insurance: both dive insurance and travel insurance are recommended. We recommend DAN Europe that has plans to cover both - ask us for a quote
  • Nearest Hyperbaric Chamber: located in Nosy Be
Visas, Flights, and More!

Visa Requirements

  • You must have a passport valid for at least six months, and at least two blank pages.
  • All nationalities must get an eVisa, at least 72 hours before departure.
  • Its costs MGA 115,000 (about ... EUR) for 30 days, and MGA 135,000 (about ... EUR) for 60 days.
  • Please check current visa policies that apply for your country: Madagascar eVisa website

How to Get There

  • Fly to Nosy Be International Airport (NOS).
  • Ask us for help to organize the taxi and boat transfers to Nosy Komba, south of Nosy Be!


  • Bring some reef-safe sunscreen, a hat, and a rash guard to protect from the sun, and some mosquito repellent.
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