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based on 12 nights & selected experiences
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Romantic itinerary exploring the beaches of Madagascar
Take a walk around Nosy Tsarabanjina island with the resident marine biologist
Incredible diving at Constance Lodge Tsarabanjina with amazing visibility
Fantastic cuisine and service at both Anjajavy and Tsarabanjina
Relax in the beautiful garden at Anjajavy l'hotel as the lemurs play in the trees above
Any time of year is fine for a visit except from January to March, when heavy rainfall in many areas can make some roads all but impassable, and when there’s a high risk of cyclones in the east and northeast. In general, the best time to travel in most areas is April and October/November. The coolest time to travel anywhere is during the dry season (May to October).
Average maximum temperatures vary from about 30°C in coastal areas (higher in summer) to around 25°C on the hauts plateaux. In Antananarivo and other highland areas, temperatures during winter can drop to 10°C and even lower during the night.
A fantastic mix of idyllic beaches and a profusion of wildlife and flora on the contrasting Indian Ocean island of Madagascar. Visit two of the best beaches for a combination of amazing diving and snorkelling and some of Madagascar's very best wildlife.
After a flight north to Nosy Be and a boat transfer that sees the mainland of Madagascar slip away, you arrive at the tiny lush volcanic island of Tsarabanjina. The wonderful white sandy beaches, abundant coral and untouched marine life, teamed with a good bar and restaurant serving fantastic fresh seafood makes Tsarabanjina perfect for newlyweds! Constance Lodge Tsarabanjina has 25 attractive thatched bungalows made of local materials dotted along the north and south beaches under the shady palms. There is a good bar and restaurant serving fantastic fresh seafood and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. There are several private beaches which make Tsarabanjina perfect for the escapist, and the diving, fishing and snorkelling here are hard to beat.
Continue your honeymoon in style by heading south to the west coast of Madagascar and Anjajavy Private Nature Reserve, host to some of the most impressive mangrove forests in Madagascar. The beach is lined with coconut palms and baobabs and each air-conditioned villa has a large terrace overlooking the ocean. There is a large pool also overlooking the ocean and plenty of water sports available for you to enjoy as well as numerous guided wildlife walks, cultural village visits and boat trips around the bay.
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Nosy Be Archipelago & The North Coast, Northern Madagascar, Madagascar
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