- Encounters with locals
- Beach / Seaside Resort
- Water Sports
Starting out from the village of Ampangorina, to go to the island's summit at 1990 ft, you will come across Madagascar's oldest Ylang-Ylang plantations . The forest is host to 188 floral species, 70 of which are medicinal plants used by the islanders. At its heart, mountain springs give rise to beautiful cascades and natural pools. Macaco lemurs, whose females give birth to their young towards the month of August, live here.
Nosy Komba is also a very good diving spot where you might come across turtles, ray fish, humpback dolphins or whales from July to November. As for handicrafts, you will appreciate the tablecloths made of a natural cotton cloth called gora, hand embroidered by the women of the island, or the construction of canoes that can be over 4 yards in length.