About

About 1 at Nosy Be

Who are we ?

After traveling around many countries for whale watching, then a first year of activity with the SCUBA NOSY BE diving center, we decided to create our own structure in 2012 to share our passion.

Our goal is to combine pleasure, discovery and wonder, in order to improve awareness and protect the marine environment.

With 9 years of experience in the region of Nosy Be, you can, depending on your wishes and the season, board with us and discover the incomparable wealth of the natural marine resources from our boat or in fins/ mask/snorkel.

Swimming with humpback whales is prohibited in Madagascar, so whale watching is only possible from the boat. However, swimming with whale sharks, rays, turtles and others species is possible

The team!

They talk about us

We are proud, thanks to the quality of our excursions and the work done in collaboration with the scientists, to have received several teams of journalists for paper or TV reports for several years. Find below some of the videos of our passages on French channels:

Madagascar: discovering a pearl of the Indian Ocean

In the northwest of Madagascar, Nosy Iranja is an immaculate sandbank which connects two islets at low tide. But the island has many other treasures, in particular, its exceptional biodiversity.

About 3 at Nosy Be

Madagascar: swimming with the whale shark

Madagascar, lush and generous - Beautiful escapes

Between magic and lush nature, Sophie Jovillard discovers the soul of the Malagasy heritage, as beautiful as it is generous. She begins her journey on the paradise island of Nosy Be, at the heart of ancestral traditions and beliefs.

Meet the whale sharks of Madagascar

EXPLORATION - The largest fish in the world is found north of Madagascar. The Madagascans call it "Marokintana" or the Milky Way.

Madatrek dives with whale sharks in Nosy Be

diving in Nosy Be with family with Baleine Rand'eau to meet whale sharks

But also

We have also been referenced in the 3 main tourist travel guides in France for several years: Le Routard, Lonely Planet and le Petit Futé. We also had articles devoted to our activity in several specialized newspapers: Plongez magazine, Prime (Air Madagascar Magazine)…