A 6-night proposal to discover one of the less popular travel destinations for kitesurfers in Madagascar, ideal for beginners and experts from June to October. Anakao is famous for the spots of Laggon, Flame Bowls and Jelly Babies. The wind in this area mostly blows from the South / East, in the afternoon it reaches up to 30 knots. The program is made up of afternoon surfing activities.
Free departures ( at least 2 participants)
Arrival in Tulear and overnight stay (not included in the tariff).
9.30 am - 11 am Transfer to Anakao. Check in, lunch and presentation of the program, equipment and forms. Visit to the Sand Dunes and the Village with a local guide - Overnight stay.
Accommodation in a bungalow at the Camaleonte sports center.
Accommodation: There are 4 double rooms and 1 quadruple room, with private bathroom. The water is loaded into the cisterns for showering and washing, it is a precious and expensive commodity, so you have to use buckets with water when you go to the toilet. Electricity is provided by solar panels and it's sufficient for light. You can charge your phone and you batteries at the sports center during the day. The bungalows overlook the beach 10 meters from the sports center. They are used only and exclusively by those who have booked activities and excursions on a daily basis. They can't be used by any accompanying persons who do not participate in the activities of the center.
Breakfast and departure by local motorized pirogue to go diving or snorkeling on the south of Nosy Ve. Lunch, then in the afternoon kite activities from the center to the island of Nosy Ve - overnight stay.
Breakfast and paid activities that you can choose: diving, snorkeling, surfing, village visit with local guide, kite surfing - lunch and overnight stay.
Breakfast and departure by local motor pirogue - excursion between the canals, lunch at the Mangroves and then kitesurfing to return for about 40 km with support boat assistance - overnight stay.
Breakfast and departure with local motorized pirogue diving or snorkeling east of Nosy Ve. Lunch, kite to return to the center from the island of Nosy Ve in the afternoon and overnight stay.
Departure for the village on the Saint Augustin delta, swim in the natural pools, lunch (not included), visit the village, the natural pools, the market. If possible you can kite for about 20 km to the delta - overnight stay. (in case of rough sea we reserve an alternative excursion of the same value and type).
Transfer to Tulear in the morning.
Tariff per person, starting from:
|Departure||Min 2||Min 4|
|From 1 May 2020 to 15 July 2020||€ 1,030||€ 920|
|From 16 July 2020 to 30 August 2020||€ 1,160||€ 1,050|
|From 1 September 2020 to 30 November 2020||€ 1,030||€ 920|
|From 30 November 2020 to 2 January 2020||€ 1,160||€ 1,050|
(B / L / D): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner
Proposed hotels or similar:
To participate in this trip you need a passport with a residual validity of at least 6 months and two free pages.
Entry visa : required for tourism or business for up to 90 days in the country.
The entry visa is issued upon arrival at the international airport of arrival upon payment of the expected amount to be paid in cash. It is necessary to have a return ticket.
An additional tourist tax of 10 Euros will be required upon arrival at the airport, Tourist Vignette.
The tariff includes
The tariff does not include
Duration: 8 days / 6 nights
from € 920 - Excluding flights
Duration: 8 days / 6 nights
from € 242 - Excluding flights
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