Double room from 68 to 94 € 11 wooden stylish bungalows combining traditional construction and all comfort you can imagine (fan, fridge, safe, Wi-Fi).They are emplaced on a slope with fantastic views over the whole bay.There are also many small islets and rocks which are often visited by refuges seeking for some private. Notice that humidity can be particularly bad during the tropical summer.Nosy Be offers a wide range of activities that will please even the demanding visitor.Double room from 50 to 62 €, a family suite for 102 € Phone: 261 (0)32 07 035 90 Mail: [email protected]: accommodation consisting on high standard charming villas on a wonderful location by the sea, ideal for big groups of friends or families.Double room from 47 €, a whole house for 4 people 154 €, for 10 guests 247 € This hotel with fourteen high standard rooms equipped with en-suite baths and air-conditioning has a spacious terrasse from where guests can watch the beach bustle without being disturbed. Though Nosy Be’s clear inclination towards mass tourism, it is yet a largely sleepy place with sugar cane plantations, rum distilleries, ylang ylang bushes, lounging lemurs, and little air of expectation.Not to forget that this still beautiful island offers some amazing snorkelling and diving opportunities and some primary forests with a great wildlife. After the defeat of her troops, Boina Queen Tsiomeko sought refuge on the islands of Nosy Komba and Nosy Tanikely.
The French army still had to stop the military raids of Merina soldiers for almost thirty years.The trees are bend to the ground to ensure easier picking of the flowers. Nosy Be’s landscape is varied and it is characterized by a great many hills that are overlooked by Mount Lokone (450m) and Mount Passot (350).From these high vantage points, you have an exceptional view onto Nosy Be Bay, but also on the (north).The Merina were unable to pursue them onto these islands and settled on the neighbouring coast.In 1838, the Boeni refugees asked protection from the sultan of .