PREMIUM TOUR - THE ISLAND OF NOSY IRANJA
Bad, Meal included
A day in paradise: walks along the pure white sand, a trip to the lighthouse, swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the sea and lunch on the beach served in the shade. The island of Nosy Iranja is the stuff of dreams.
What we will see
- Komba canal and Pain de Sucre
- Nosy Iranja
- Trip to the lighthouse
- Relaxing on a deserted beach
- Lunch in the shade of coconut trees
What we will do
- We'll cross the Komba canal and during the crossing we will make a brief stop at the Pain de Sucre to take photographs.
- After a journey of around 90 minutes, we'll arrive on Nosy Iranja, an mini Archipelago made up of just two islands, some of the most charming ones that surround Nosy Be. Immersed in a setting reminiscent of an atoll in the Maldives, the two islands are connected by a strip of coral sand 2 km long. At low tide we can walk on this natural walkway to reach the smaller island.
- The white of the sand stands out against the sea that ranges from deep blue to emerald green through all possible shades, resulting in an evocative and incredibly beautiful panorama.
- It's a short walk to the lighthouse that dominates the larger island, offering postcard-perfect views wherever we look.
- A small deserted beach becomes our refuge in this magical paradise. Here we'll enjoy some well-deserved relaxation and take a refreshing plunge into the sparklingly clean water.
- In perfect tropical style, we'll be served a mouthwatering lunch in the shade of the coconut trees and while we savour both the food and the view we'll feel in perfect harmony with the way of life of the local village that welcomes us.
- After one last swim in this magnificent setting, we return to our boat and head back to Nosy Be.
What you need to know
- The local boats used in this excursion are generally quite small, so there is a risk that participants will get wet.
- This excursion is not recommended for guests with mobility problems and those who suffer from travel sickness.
- Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early.
- There are no bathroom facilities in the area.
- The marine plant life that populates the barrier reef has been known to cause mild skin irritation. We therefore recommend that participants with sensitive skin wear a T-shirt or top during the dive.
- There will be a limited number of English speaking guides and if there are no guides available, the excursion will be led in French .