whalewatching on sainte marie island

organized trip and insured departure

whalewatching on sainte marie island

organized trip and insured departure

whalewatching on sainte marie island

organized trip and insured departure

Whalewatching on sainte marie island 6 days

Whales are the emblem of Saint Mary, they come to this island every year to reproduce and raise their whale. The best time to go on a whale safari is: June 20 to September 20.

Whale info:

128 species of marine mammals in the world, At least 30 species in Madagascar (8 mysticetes, 21 odontocetes, 1 sirenian). 88 cetaceans in the world at least 29 in Madagascar.

Zamilane tours offers you a special and easy circuit that meets your expectations during your stay on paradise island.

Standard hotel, paradise meal based on seafood: fish, shrimps, lobsters and crabs….

The stages of your Whale Safari excursion to Sainte-Marie Island 6 days

day1 : Arrival at Sainte Marie Island

day 2: whalewatching

day3: visit of the Pirates cemetery.

day 4 and 5: relaxation on the sea.

day 6: returns to capital or Toamasina or directly to the meeting.

Programs :

First day: Arrival at Sainte Marie Island

Reception at the airport or at the port of Barachois. Transfer to the hotel at Île aux Nattes.

Second day: whalewatching

After breakfast, departure off the sea to discover and admire the whales who are playing with their young.

In the afternoon, Zamilane tours will organize a dugout canoe race led by the local population. Two pirogues with a tourist. Long live the atmosphere. After the canoe race, we proceed with the competition to remove the coconut husks and finish by grating the pulp. These are events aimed at satisfying customers and promoting the lifestyle of the local people.

Third day: visit of the Pirates cemetery.

Departure from the hotel after breakfast, we take a Tuc tuc to go to the Pirates cemetery. Guided tour for two hours to learn the history of the passage of the Pirates at Sainte Marie Island. After the visit of the cemetery, we continue the road to Madame islet where there is the residence of Queen Betia, which is currently the museum. From Madame, you can see the first Catholic church built in 1837 by Monsignor Dalmond.

Lunch with the locals.

In the afternoon, return to Île aux Mattes and if the weather permits, we will visit the village and meet the local population.

Fourth and fifth day: relaxation on the sea.

Sixth day: returns to capital or Toamasina or directly to the meeting.

 

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