Antananarivo – Nosy Be – Tsarabanjina
We transfer you to the domestic terminal so you can take your Air Madagascar flight.
We fly to Nosy Be an archipelago of small islands located off the northwest coast of Madagascar)
Upon arrival, our crew will meet you at the airport. The island spreads about 26 km from north to south about 20 km from east to west. This is the main island of an archipelago that includes the small islands of Nosy Komba, Nosy Fanihy, Nosy Sakatia, Nosy Iranja, Nosy Tanikely and archipelagos of Mitsio and Radama.
The island is covered with sugar cane fields, coffee, but also sesame, rice, corn, sweet potatoes and cassava. The harvest of ylang ylang flowers began around 1910. It is this activity that has the nickname of island of perfumes.
You will then be driven to Fascene to catch your speed boat to one of the islets of the exquisite Mitsio Archipelago in the north western part of Madagascar, Tsarabanjina is 40 miles from the island of Nosy Be. A trip to Tsarabanjina is like a journey in the footsteps of Robinson Crusoe softened with a few extra comforts and the luxury of Constance Hotels & Resorts. The island will give you opportunity to walk in a tropical forest or dive in waters teeming with reefs that have never been dived before. Once in Tsarabanjina, guests will be given time to settle in their private villas on the two beaches of the island.
A barefoot luxury resort on a small 86-acre island where you can indulge yourself with a peaceful and relaxed holiday experience and get closer to Madagascar’s nature. Guests are free to roam around the island barefoot along numerous pathways. The island will give you opportunity to walk in a tropical forest or dive in waters teeming with reefs that have never been dived before.
Constance Tsarabanjina enjoys a truly stunning back-to-nature setting, home to abundant bird life and dazzling beaches that give way to turquoise waters rich in marine life. It’s laid-back, eco-friendly and completely secluded on its very own island. Coupled with the hospitality renowned of the Constance brand, this is rustic-luxe done to perfection.
The restaurant overlooks the Indian Ocean and specialises in freshly caught seafood, whilst the sand floor bar on its own stretch of beach is the ideal place to relax. The dive centre hosts diving trips to excellent nearby sites where turtles, grey and white dotted sharks and scorpion fishes can be spotted amid the coral reefs. You’ll also be able to enjoy a morning aquagym session in the sea, take guided walks to explore the island and simply laze in a hammock strung between trees above the sands.
Individual palm-thatched rosewood bungalows have been recently refurbished to create a more stylish space. Neutral tones are enhanced with Malagasy artwork and beautiful touches, such as the showers that are centred around pieces of driftwood. The bungalows are scattered along the north and south beaches. All have a ceiling fan, minibar, bathroom with shower and large double sink, an indoor seating area and ocean-facing terrace. The main difference is that bungalows on the quiet south beach sit directly on the beach and have air-conditioning in the bedroom only, while those on the north beach are reached by a few steps up and have air-conditioning throughout.