Going to see humpback whales and other marine mammals, swimming with whale sharks, and going snorkeling in the reef are risk-free activities only if they are well supervised. Discover why our partners in Nosy Be and our customers trust us for over 4 years :

Our boats

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Our two boats are an open shell Vandam. they measure 8m long and 2.50m wide. Equipped with an awning for sun protection, lockers for storing bags, a small table and a place to tidy up flippers, they are perfectly designed for our business. We go into the water from the back of the boat with a system of downhill and very easy ascent. Equipped with a Yamaha engine (2015) of 150CV, we can go faster on observation areas.

Hydrophone underwater : hear the whales sing!

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With our hydrophone, you may be lucky enough to hear the song of the humpback whales or listen to the dolphins communicate. "The Silent World" is not so quiet!


Our success rate: over 90%!

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Our strength is to have an excellent success rate in the observation of species. Thus, for humpback whales and whale sharks there is more than 95% chance of observing them, 99% for turtles, 85% for the dolphins. This success is due to our experience and network of informants on the water! 

Flooded sheets on flora and fauna

fiches immergeables pIt is always a magical moment to observe marine mammals and fish in their environment. It is also important to have explanations and information about the flora and fauna observed. Therefore, in addition to the presence of a specialist guide to each trip, you will learn more by consulting the documentation available on our boats.


Fins / Mask / Snorkel and snorkeling equipment

Frites gonfables pOur equipment, maintained and changed regularly, is available if required at each trip. For people who are not comfortable in the water, we offer "air fries" to ensure comfort and safety.

Les Baleines Rand'eau

Resto Le TSY MANIN – Plage de Madirokely – Nosy Be - BP 428
Nosy Be 207


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