Snorkeling on the reef in Nosy Sakatia, Madagascar
- Near the island of Sakatia, several very sheltered sites are suitable for snorkeling (swimming with fins, mask, snorkel) on shallow areas but very rich in corals, fish, and hawksbill turtles. At high low tide, the shallowest corals are 20cm deep, the top of the drop off at 2m. At high tide, add 4m to these values.
Snorkeling with green turtles in Nosy Sakatia
- A large seagrass bed borders the island of Sakatia, in front of Nosy Be, and many green turtles come to feed at high tide, and then will scratch their shell at low tide on the reef. At any time it is possible to swim with these turtles which, at adult size, exceed 250kg.
Snorkeling with whale shark, manta rays, mobulas in Nosy Be, Madagascar
- Offshore, From October to December, young whale sharks come to the surroundings of Nosy Be to feed on plankton. curious, they come to see the freedivers / snorkelers. Sometimes accompanied by manta rays, mobula..
Dolphin and whale watching in Nosy Be
- From July to September, dolphins, humpback whales, Omura whales .. come to breed in the bay of Nosy Be. Malagasy law prohibits entering the water with cetaceans. Only their observation from the boat is therefore authorized. Sometimes they come to see us during the snorkeling with mobula rays.