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Cruises visiting Nossi-Komba & all Nossi-Komba cruises for  2021

View Nossi-Komba 2021 cruises for 2 ships listing 6 cruises from Nossi-Komba with today's best deals!

The island of Nossi-Komba (aka Nosy Komba, Nosy Ambariovato) is a small circular island 5km across, that lies between the larger tourist island of Nosy Be and the mainland of NW Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. The island is covered with tropical vegetation and rises to 622m at the centre. Thatched huts and palm trees ring the sea shore, and the largest of four villages is at the northern end. (The local language is Malagasy, also French.) It is an enchanting island, and the locals are most friendly, especially the ever-present children. Life here is simple, based on fishing and small-scale cultivation. The nearby jungle defines the term "tropical paradise".

Tourists come to see the 5,000 black lemurs (makis macaco, a suborder of about 100 Lemur species) that roam the island. Males have black fur and females red heads. They feed on fruits, buds, eggs of young birds and insects. These hairy little hoppers are not much larger than a cat. Just holding a piece of fruit will draw them, and they will climb on your shoulder and pose for a photo. Locals regard them as sacred. Many are no longer wild, though not fully domesticated. Walk the inland foot paths, see bread fruit, bananas, and the enormous and loved jackfruit. Large trees, pepper, coffee and tea grow effortlessly. From orchids come the black gold of Madagascar, vanilla.

The island’s wild life includes chameleons, lizards, snakes, spiders, about twenty kinds of amphibians, and 19 species of identified birds. Enjoy walking along the beaches passing dugout canoes, outriggers, and children jumping of rocks that surround this once-volcanic island (‘Nosy’). "No roads, no car, no motorcycle, no noise!” Women excel at Richelieu embroidery and their white sheets are spread everywhere. A few metres from shore snorkel amongst the corals, sea turtles, rays, dolphins and whales.

Cruises visiting Nossi-Komba in 2021

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Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

22

FEB

Le Bougainville cruises

10

NIGHTS

Le Bougainville cruises

$8,620

$862

24

FEB

Le Bougainville cruises

10

NIGHTS

Le Bougainville cruises

$7,500

$750

26

FEB

Le Jacques Cartier cruises

13

NIGHTS

Le Jacques Cartier cruises

$10,520

$809

12

MAR

Le Jacques Cartier cruises

13

NIGHTS

Le Jacques Cartier cruises

$11,060

$851

22

MAR

Le Jacques Cartier cruises

13

NIGHTS

Le Jacques Cartier cruises

$11,060

$851

7

APR

Le Jacques Cartier cruises

15

NIGHTS

Le Jacques Cartier cruises

$10,160

$677

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