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Marine Safaris
Tel: +27 (0) 12 991 7885
Fax 1: +27 (0) 86 671 9834
Fax 2: +27 (0) 83 118 654 1367
Cell: +27 (0) 83 654 1367
E-Mail: info@marinesafaris.co.za
Website: www.marinesafaris.co.za
Marine Safaris is a highly professional, service orientated Tour Operator, based in South Africa, specializing in inbound and outbound travel on the East Coast of Africa. We offer both land and sea based packages for scuba diving, fly-fishing and game viewing.



Madagascar is the forth largest island in the world and one of the last unspoiled countries. Fish are in abundance and coral sweeps up from the ocean floor slicing into the crystal clear water. Madagascar has some outstanding diving and snorkeling locations but the best opportunities are around the islands and islets surrounding Nosy Be (see map) on the north and west coasts. Main diving centres are Nossi Bé with its neighbouring islands Tanikely, Nossi Mitsio and Nossi Radama), Nossi Lava, Toliara and Ile Ste-Marie (Nossi Boraha).

Above water, Madagascar's forests are abounding with a wide and exotic myriad of flora and fauna, lemurs, chameleons, periwinkles and baobabs, aloes, geckoes, sifakas and octopus trees can easily be any nature enthusiastís dream answered. Madagascar has preserved oddities and developed specializations found nowhere else on earth in their accessible national parks. With fascinating tribal cultures and ceremonies and an intriguing assortment of fady (local taboos) that are quite perplexing to visitors, Madagascar is a unique destination...

Madagascar has a hot and subtropical climate, but is colder in the mountains. Rainy season: November to March. Dry season: April to October. The south and west regions are hot and dry. Monsoons bring storms and cyclones to the east and north from December to March. The mountains, including Antananarivo, are warm and thundery from November to April and dry, cool and windy the rest of the year.

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