- Encounters with locals
- Beach / Seaside Resort
- Water Sports
- Sustainable Tourism
An excursion near a decommissioned Gustave Eiffel lighthouse offers a fabulous panorama of the ocean and surrounding islands, all in a leafy forest decor.
Turtle Island certainly deserves its name, as it is a place where female turtles come to lay their eggs. It is possible to bivouac on the beach to admire the efforts made by the turtles to lay and bury their eggs in the sand. If you travelling with all the family, the youngest will love it!
With its crystal clear waters, Nosy Iranja is also an ideal place for snorkeling or diving. Don't miss the parade of rays, sunfish, barracudas, starfish and clownfish! Lovers of windsurfing or water skiing will also be delighted - and all within a breathtaking setting.
Reachable by boat when on a cruise that takes you on a visit of the islands and bays of the area, Baramahamay bay is well-known for its magnificent mangrove swamp which stretches from the mouth of the river of the same name, all the way to the hinterland and shelters a large variety of species of sea birds, bats and crabs.
This is your opportunity to discover the magnificent mangrove trees whose roots are immersed in water and the fauna that they shelter, as well as the small, peaceful village of Ambariomena.