Every morning our speed boats leave Nosy Komba for 2 dives on 2 different dive sites.
The boats will come and pick you up at about 8 am right at your bungalow, wherever you are on Nosy Komba and will bring you back after the diving (towards 1-1.30 pm).
The north-west coast of Madagascar is particularly rich and is the shelter of a multitude of corals, sponges, nudibranchs, crustaceans and other invertebrates.
The usual fauna of reef fish is often composed of huge schools of yellow snappers, fusiliers, red bass, surgeons, batfish, jacks, barracudas. But let's not forget the numerous green and hawksbill turtles, the giant groupers, the napoleons, the bumphead parrotfish.
The most observant will maybe be able to recognize the frogfish, the ghost pipefish, the leaf fish, or the peculiar sea moth. The waters of the Canal of Mozambique regularly bring more imposing visitors: manta rays, mobulas, hammerhead sharks, grey reef sharks, white tip sharks, leopard sharks, eagle rays, guitar sharks, sail fish, marlins, tunas.
Last of all, the journeys to the dive sites also offer fantastic encounters with humpback whales, rorquals, whale sharks, humpback dolphins, bottlenose dolphins.