Anakao

Anakao is a dream beach the  in southern of Madagascar which is  located near the Tropic of Capricorn, the coastal village offers a landscape that is both picturesque and wild, a still preserved nature where customs and traditions are still very much anchored in the region, however, not preventing locals from opening up to ecotourism . In Anakao, no luxuriant vegetation! The charm of this fishing village lies mainly in its many white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters where relaxation and tranquility have made it  is a very popular destination for travelers to Madagascar.

A true giant aquarium, Anakao is the ideal place for diving, windsurfing and snorkeling. Many underwater discoveries await you in a magnificent setting where even the ballets of multicolored fish will amaze you. Furthermore, Anakao is the ideal starting point for a cruise on the neighboring islands of Nosy Ve and Nosy Satrana. Welcoming islands which have the advantage of offering a lot of tranquility because they are not very busy. The island of Nosy Ve also presents some historical vestiges because it was formerly a maritime base where the slaves were traded.With Anakao, Nosy Ve and Nosy Satrana offer you the opportunity to spend stays focused on rest, tranquility but also relaxation. It is also an opportunity to take a cruise during the southern winter to observe the humpback whales that frolic in the warm waters of the Mozambique Channel! Scuba diving paradise. With the most beautiful funds and the most beautiful beaches in the South, Anakao is certainly more difficult to access compared to Ifaty but in return offers great tranquility for a stay away from the hustle and bustle. An unspoiled region where, on a cruise, with your diving equipment, you will not see the hours pass as everything is magnificent and there are many things to discover. The very fact that the accommodations in Anakao are still few in number and that Anakao is two hours by boat from Tulear gives you peace of mind!

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