Land in Nosy Be where you will be met by your Pelorus guide who will take care of your luggage before leading you to a fleet of waiting quadbikes one which you can explore the Perfumed Island. This large, volcanic island is known for its vanilla, pepper, and ylang-ylang. Visit sacred lakes and weave down paths of the ylang-ylang plantation before hiking up Mont Passo. Reach the peak of this 329m-high extinct volcano and take in spectacular, panoramic views of the island and crater lakes full of fish and Nile crocodile. Walk through heavily scented fields of orchids and discover the fascinating history of the Sakalava people. After a day of exploration on the island, you will be escorted to your waiting yacht for the evening.
Spend the morning with an expert naturalist who will show you the wonders of the Lokobe Reserve. This reserve covers around 740 hectares and includes the last remaining lowland rainforest on the Nosy Be Island. This particular reserve is known for its high concentration of black lemurs and hawks sportive lemur as well as the elusive Panther Chameleon. Hike through the rainforest looking for snakes, geckoes, frogs, and of course lemurs and collect mangoes that fall from the trees swaying above you. Make your way to the Ambatozvavy fishing village where you can learn about the local way of life and join in cooking a communal meal. Paddle down the coast in pirogues (traditional canoes from Madagascar) to an isolated beach for a remote, candlelit picnic.
Wake in the Mitsio Archipelago and listen to the calls of the nesting frigates, tropics, and brown boobies. SUP and kayak across the waters resplendent with turtles, rays, and dolphins. Head north in a tender and spearfish along the legendary Castor Bank. Here you will meet with local fishermen who will arm you with spearguns suitable for hunting large dogfish. Once your yacht has reached the drop-offs of the Mozambique Channel board the submersible for an unforgettable underwater adventure. You will likely encounter pods of humpback whales and a huge drop off teeming with underwater life including grey shark, barracuda, and manta rays that all swim among the colourful coral.