Last update on 3rd June, 2019 at 03:39 pm
Whale watching in Nosy Be.
Each year the magnificent southern humpback whales migrate to and from Antarctica.
They move from the feeding zones of the Great South and they run about 5000 km from the great south to get here.
This movement is called the seasonal migratory cycle of the humpback whale.
This year, the first whales arrived in Nosy Be area were observed around July 20, 2017.
In 2016 whales arrived a little late compared to the past seasons, around 12 August 2016.
We are looking forward to watch the famous “Fosbury” breaches as well as the whale blow, chin slap, which are a captivating and unforgettable spectacle.
Our liveaboard charters to the Mitsio archipelago and to the Nosy Radama offers a magnificent opportunity to observe cetaceans and especially humpback whales.
You can also observe them by the day with our new fast boat “EXO7” which has just joined our fleet.
EXO 7, smaller than its predecessor ALCIONE was manufactured by the Techmarine yards equipped with a 175CV engine.