Sainte Marie Adventure
03 Nights / 04 Days
Package Validity/Travel Dates : 01-Jan-22 to 31-Dec-23
Per person on a twin sharing basis
|Package Rates per person in USD|
|Single Occupancy||Twin / Double||Third Adult in Same Room||Child With Bed (5.1 to 12 years)||Child No Bed (2.1 to 5 yrs)||Infant|
Sainte Marie Island is a popular destination in Madagascar, also known as Nosy Boraha. Located to the northeast of Madagascar, Sainte Marie Island is a tropical paradise of 60km long and 5km wide. It is a former pirate’s hideaway with lush vegetation and high-quality seabed. Indeed, the lagoon of the island has important coral constructions that allow to have a preserved natural heritage. Away from sharks, it’s also the holiday resort of humpback whales that come to breed and to give birth during the mating season. The island is full of history and activities to discover with your family and friends. You’ll find exceptional diving spots, dreamy beaches and forest trails that while delight nature lovers.
White Sand Beaches, Tropical Atmosphere, and Exceptional Sunset
|No. of Nights||Hotel Name||Star Category||Room Type||Meal Plan|
|02||Libertalia hotel or similar||03||Double /Twin||
Bed and Breakfast Basis
|Ile au nattes||01||Baboo Village or similar||03||Double/Twin||
Bed and Breakfast Basis
Day 01: Arrival
Arrival at the airport, have a meet and greet with our representative, we will drive you to your hotel .The climate is tropical and the temperature fluctuates between 20 and 30 degrees. On your arrival the swimming pool is already waiting for you to rest after these long hours of flight. Relaxation and well-being day. It’s up to you to choose the activity that’s right for you for that day. Relax from the trip with a massage with essential oils from Madagascar. You have a free day to rest and enjoy the wild beach, swimming. A first discovery to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Sainte Marie.
Meals Included: None
Day 02: Sainte Marie
After breakfast, let’s go for a day of discovery, enjoy the decor, the heat and the atmosphere lend themselves perfectly to it. Here you are in one of those little paradises like the Indian Ocean knows how to hide. Sainte Marie is a calm and peaceful place, with lots of nice people. Today we offer you a tour of the traditional villages of the island in 04 x 04, visit the pirate cemetery and the natural swimming pool.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Day 03: Ile Au Nattes
After breakfast, it’s time to take a small canoe to join Ile au Nattes. You will immediately feel like stepping into a postcard. A small island of 2.5km, which still remains in its natural state, without any transformation, nor road infrastructure. Beautiful white sand beaches, a lagoon with turquoise waters suitable for diving, sandy paths crisscrossing the small island. After dropping off your belongings at the hotel, it’s off again for a canoe trip to visit Ile au sable and guided visit to Ile au Nattes.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Day 04: Departure
After breakfast, we leave to take the canoe to join Sainte Marie, arrive at Sainte Marie direction airport. A trip has come to end. May the trip always be a sweet memory to you, Have a happy and safe journey.
Meals Included: Breakfast
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|Up to 75 years per person||Travel Insurance Anywhere 2 Anywhere|
|Premium in USD per person||Platinum Plan/Limit||Gold Plan/Limit||Silver Plan/Limit|
|01 – 07 Days||37||25||15|
|08 – 15 Days||49||36||21|
|16 – 30 Days||74||54||32|
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TERM AND CONDITIONS:
You must have done a RTPCR test before arrival (not more than 72 hours) and the result must be negative.
Package rates per person for the above package:
Package Rates per person in USD
|Twin / Double||Third Adult in Same Room||Child With Bed (5.1 to 12 years)||Child No Bed (2.1 to 5 yrs)||
Taxes Extra. Above 12 years Child will be considered on adult rates only.
Rate per adult / Child for additional sightseeing/excursion/monument fee etc:
|Sr. No.||Particulars||Rate per Adult in USD||Rate per Child in USD|
|1||Sands Island Visit||29||12|
|2||Visite Cimetiere Des Pirates||29||12|
Please do note that the below points are shared with you for your reference only. Please use them at your own discretion.
Your Health: It is your (Traveller’s) responsibility is to ensure that you are in good health and medically fit to undertake safari tour. If the tour passes through the malaria area, precautionary treatment is advised. Consultation with medical practitioner/doctor and obtaining prophylactic and precautionary anti-malaria treatment is necessary.
Local Currency: Malagasy ariary (MGA)
The Malagasy Ariary (MGA) is the local currency of Madagascar. The most accepted foreign currency is the Euro, but US dollars and GBP are easily changed. You can exchange money at banks or make withdrawals from local ATMs. If you use a money exchange office, count your money immediately to make sure you haven’t been short changed.
As on 30 Nov 2021, 01 USD = 3990 MGA approximately.
As on 30 Nov 2021, 01 EUR = 4500 MGA approximately.
The above rate of exchange may change at the time of your booking.
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Photography: Madagascar is completely different to mainland Africa in every way possible. The major draw card of Madagascar is its wildlife. With some 100,000 species of fauna, the sheer volume of photographic opportunities is mind boggling. Over 100 species of lemur, 300+ species of birds, 260 types of reptiles and 266 amphibian species call this island home. And there’s still more being discovered today—more than 600 new species of wildlife have been recorded since 1999. Just about everything you lay your eyes on in Madagascar exists nowhere else on Earth. In fact, approximately 9% of its reptiles, 89% of its plant life, and 92% of its mammals are completely unique to the island. It’s this sheer volume of biodiversity that provides us photographers with so many opportunities to create images of the wild, strange and rare.
But it’s more than just the wildlife that makes Madagascar so special. The ‘Rainbow Island’, as it’s also known, is home to a wealth of cultural diversity and some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet. From the capital of Antananarivo to the rural seaside fishing villages of Morondava, there are endless opportunities to take portraits and capture the locals’ unique way of life.
Please do ask people for their permission before you click pictures of them.
People: Malagasy. The Malagasy (French: Malgache) are an Austronesian ethnic group native to the island country of Madagascar. Traditionally the population have been divided by subgroups (tribes or ethnicities), but the relevance of this subdivision is disputed.
The Malagasy peoples, moreover, do not consider themselves to be Africans, but, because of the continuing bond with France that resulted from former colonial rule, the island developed political, economic, and cultural links with the French-speaking countries of western Africa.
The Malagasy language of Austronesian origin, is generally spoken throughout the island. The official languages of Madagascar are Malagasy and French. Madagascar is a Francophone country, and French is spoken among the educated population of this former French colony
Climate: The climate of Madagascar is subtropical, with a hot and rainy season between November and the end of March (summer), and a cooler dry season from May to October (winter). … The west coast is drier than the east coast, whilst the far south and southwest is a semi-desert region that experiences very little rainfall.
Staying safe on Wildlife Viewing Activities: There are no dangerous animals in Madagascar. Most wildlife viewing is done on foot, so sturdy walking shoes and protective clothing is essential. A walking stick can come in handy as well. All parks and reserves are very safe – all you have to do is follow your guide’s instructions.
Staying safe in Cities and Towns: Most cities in the world see some crime and urban areas in Madagascar are no exception. Most issues are minor, such as petty theft and pickpocketing and you are very unlikely to encounter any trouble on guided activities. When venturing out in cities and towns alone, you should follow a few simple safety precautions: seek advice from your hotel before taking a walk; don’t wear jewellery or other valuables and only take the money you need with you; always take a taxi after dark. Steer clear of any protests, demonstrations or political gatherings which can turn violent quickly.
Mandatory Medical /Tests or Vaccination details: None