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Nosy Be Archipelago

Situated right off the northwest coast of Madagascar, the Nosy Be Archipelago is a cluster of small islands celebrated for wildlife endemic to Madagascar, including lemurs, baobab and other plant species, chameleon species, various types of insects, and more.

Visitors on a trip to Nosy Be can interact with native ankomba lemurs on Nosy Komba—also referred to as “Lemur Island”—shop for handmade Malagasy works of art, island hop on a private boat, enjoy a traditional Malagasy picnic on the uninhabited island of Nosy Tanikely, and snorkel in crystal clear waters.