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Moramba Bay Boat Trip, Madagascar

The boat heads north up the coast which is deserted save one or two fishing villages and two private houses. The rest of the coastline is wild and untouched with beaches covered in ghost crabs, tiny coves with white sand, islands covered in lush vegetation and tall baobab trees and rocky outcrops where you may see the Madagascar fish eagle. You pass a couple of fishing villages and often see fishermen out in their dhows and pirogues. Stopping on some of the islands of Moramba Bay to view huge baobabs, see where old Sakalava tombs were located and learn about flora and fauna. There is a chance to swim and snorkel before heading back for lunch.

This trip is usually in the morning although it does depend on tides and the weather.

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