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Discover Nosy Be

This unique Indian Ocean island getaway is known for its dazzling white beaches and troops of lemurs. It’s loved for its volcanic lakes, turquoise ocean and an exotic selection of wildlife including the panther chameleon. It’s a destination which is sunny all year round and full of surprises.

Nosy Be lures water-loving visitors to it for incredible diving, swimming, snorkelling and sailing experiences. Inland there are cocoa, ylang-ylang and vanilla plantations, crater lakes and waterfalls to explore by road, foot or quad bike.

For your return journey, fly back to Johannesburg with Airlink and travel beyond to other key leisure destinations.

Read more about Nosy Be:

Go with the Fluo, written by Fiona McIntosh for Escapes Magazine

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Nosy Be is the quintessential island holiday destination. Charming towns overlook the Indian Ocean, with conditions here ideal for snorkelling and diving. Lokobe Reserve homes unique wildlife, and an extinct volcano is arguably the best sunset spot.

What to do in Nosy Be

Ambaro Ranch

Ambaro Ranch

Whether you’re an avid horse rider or looking to explore Nosy Be’s countryside, the way to do it is visiting Ambaro Ranch for a horseback ride. Riding to a waterfall or along the shores of the Indian Ocean, the trek can land you in one or many exciting locations.

  • Nosy Tanikely Marine Park

    Nosy Tanikely Marine Park

    Tanikely is a small island close to Nosy Be and the Nosy Tanikely Marine Park is world-renowned for its biodiversity and abundance of marine life. The area is preserved for snorkelers and those passionate about exploring the coral reef and ocean-aquarium of sea life.

  • Mont Passot

    Mont Passot

    Mont Passot is a must-see when exploring Nosy Be. Perfect for admiring sunsets with a loved one or hiking to eye the panoramic view, solo or with family, Mont Passot is a volcanic mountain with a peak about 400m high. The extinct volcano is an exceptional location for any traveler touring Nosy Be.

Jan Braai Explores Nosy Be with Airlink

Jan Braai, the creator of the South African National Braai Day initiative, recently explored Nosy Be in the north of Madagascar with Airlink.