Madagascar dive hotels offer you access to the unique waters around this ancient island, teeming with humpbacks as well as mantas and marine turtles.
Madagascar is a compellingly unique island, that is a paradise for nature lovers and scuba divers. Dive resorts in Madagascar are the perfect base for divers looking for the rare chance to see humpback whales. Every year between June and September, 10% of the world's population of humpback whales migrates from the Antarctic to Madagascar's warmer waters. Divers can quietly observe the magnificent migration of these gentle giants and, by the end of August once the females have given birth, it's not unusual to see the mothers swimming with their calves. Manta rays and marine turtles are regular visitors to these waters too. The best dive sites in Madagascar, which are still relatively uncrowded, are located in the northwest of the island, mainly around Nosy Be.