After the meeting with the guide we leave your hotel to reach the boarding place. With our fast boat we head towards the Coco Beach destination, crossing the bay of Nosy Be in a spectacular setting along the coast of the “Grand Terre” (named the largest island, Madagascar) where we reach, in 45 minutes by boat , the beauties of Andavadoaka beach.
The sea touches all shades of blue and green crystal and gently touches the coast touching the small island of Nosy Antsoa, a delightful protected tropical sanctuary, which is home to various species of lemurs in the wild.
We disembark from our boat to enjoy the splendor of the white beach, a day of true relaxation in a lonely and enchanting location.
Gently “abandoned” on the beach, we can enjoy a relaxing day or take advantage of the many free activities offered by Coco Beach such as beach games, volleyball, badminton, bowls as well as kayaks and paddles.
For a fee, jet ski, water ski, traction buoys and hobie cat.
For those who wish, there are guided tours inside the island to discover the waterfalls and the “Bay of Russians” rich in precious and mystical memories of the past.
In small groups, you can also visit the lemur sanctuary of Nosy Antsoa about a hundred meters from the beach with a short pirogue route and bathe in its clear and fresh water.
At lunch a buffet of fresh seasonal products, prawns, zebu meat and fresh grilled fish for the pleasure of our eyes and our palate.
For everyone, before a well-deserved rest on the beach, the famous Nosy Be flavored with rum and its fresh taste of exotic fruit.
In the afternoon, return and transfer to the hotel.
We will cross the Komba Canal and during the crossing we will make a short stop at the Sugar Loaf to take photographs.
Visit to the Sugar Loaf and the Lemur Sanctuary
A small deserted beach becomes our refuge in this magical paradise.
Here we will enjoy some well-deserved relaxation and take a refreshing dip in the crystal clear water.
In true tropical style, we will be served a mouth-watering lunch in the beach restaurant.
After one last swim in this magnificent scenery, we return to our boat and return to Nosy Be.