The northern region of Madagascar where we find ourselves is part of an extraordinary diversity of landscape and atmosphere: sea, lagoon, mangrove, mountain, valley, tsingy, forest, bush, savannah.
The fauna and flora, often endemic to Madagascar, offer us a festival of shapes and colors: baobabs, kapok trees, pachypodiums, banyan trees, lemurs, turtles, whales, geckos, zebus and many others!
The Sakalavas live there, in harmony with this environment: bush or fishing villages, traditional habitats, ancestral culture, rice fields, not to mention Diego-Suarez, its history, its markets and its tuk-tuks.
Our proposal: discover, explore this exceptional environment thanks to original itineraries and off the beaten track.
Whether on foot, by mountain bike, kayak or paddle, you can take advantage of our experience to go on an adventure on itineraries that we have prepared for you.
Depending on your desires, you will find half-day or full-day routes, easy, medium or difficult itineraries. Depending on your needs, we can help you to organize your trip or accompany you.
You wish to explore for several days, contact us and we will make you a proposal.
Under Cape Miné, facing the great pass of Diego Bay, enter an underground gut and discover a spectacular setting of stalactites with sculpted and pearly forms. 45 'at night to go out on the cliff, facing the Emerald Sea.
In the footsteps of Robinson
From Sakalava Bay, go north due along superb wild bays open onto the Indian Ocean. At the end of the route, you will follow the Tsingys cliff to see the incredible illuminated Emerald Sea.
Mapous 's track
From the harbour of Diego, cross the bay and explore the southeast shore of Cape Diego to admire splendid baobabs including a giant Adansonia Suarezensis called Bozy Be. Return through savannah and the bush villages
In the heart
of the mangrove
Take a kayak, a paddle and sink into the maze of the mangrove in the South of the bay of Sakalava. Discover the extraordinary world of mangroves. A stop on a small deserted beach.
Make a breakthrough to enter the Amber mountain from the north. Cross bush villages, come across zebu carts, basalt organs, kapok trees and baobabs. Plain, forest and savannah atmospheres on the ridges that lead to Joffreville.
Tsing'obab, in the footsteps of Indiana
Cross the French Mountain from West to East and then dive into the parrot valley. An incredible course on and under the tsingys awaits you as well as a majestic baobab tree with giant roots.