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My wife and I spent our honey moon in Nosy Be and we made an excursion to Nosy Iranja by boat. We swam in the emerald sea and had lunch amid colorful pareos. We had a nap on the white clean sand in the shadow...More
What an amazing set of islands with amazing colours - from the white sands to the multi-coloured waters and the vibrant local shops with their multi-coloured materials. The trip there and back can be somewhat grueling, but it was well worth it.
If you like authentic places dont go here. I had high expectations but all I did was looking at tourists making selfies. There are more tourist 'shops' than houses. The snorkeling is poor and the lighthouse is closed. Not worth the 1.5hour boatdrive.
We read the reviews of recently scammed travelers trying to overnight there, but we still wanted to spend there a night. We went to Ambatolaka and booked a tour that included transfers, food (2 lunch, breakfast and dinner), water and accomodation. We basically slept in...More
Two small lush tropical islands connected by a thin curvy strip of fine white sand. Clear aquamarine waters on both sides. Sea turtles. 1.5 hour boat ride each way from Nosy Be. Bring lots of sunblock and a swim shirt to avoid being sunburned. Small...More
From flying foxes to green turtles, giant rays to hermit crabs, Nosy Iranja is a paradise island for humans and wildlife alike.
The beaches are stunning, the waters crystal clear. The sunsets are colourful - striking beyond anything I've ever seen, and the beautiful, rousing...More