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Nosy Komba Plongee

#6 of 34 Tours in Nosy Be Features Animals
Nosy Be, Madagascar
+261 32 44 901 30
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Interesting island visit

In Nosy Komba we strolled through a bit of the forest and made acquaintance with various tortoise... read more

Reviewed July 9, 2017
Pretoria, South Africa
via mobile
Nice hike !

Nosy Komba or Island of Lemurs is the biggest after Nosy Be with around three thousand people. I... read more

Reviewed May 19, 2017
Antsirabe, Madagascar
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Nosy Be, Madagascar
+261 32 44 901 30
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Reviewed July 9, 2017 via mobile

In Nosy Komba we strolled through a bit of the forest and made acquaintance with various tortoise species, boa constrictors and lemurs. The guides speak mostly Italian. There is an extensive village selling curios and mostly sarongs and table cloths. There are a lot of...More

Reviewed May 19, 2017

Nosy Komba or Island of Lemurs is the biggest after Nosy Be with around three thousand people. I just would like to talk about the reserve, which some people like, and some don't. As it was a kind like a zoo. The same as Vakona...More

Thank ChristianRaktondrjoa
Reviewed October 16, 2016

Thank you to Karine for her patience, humour and loveliness while teaching us our 'Advanced Diving Course'. Highly recommended for safety, professionalism and great dive sites. We had a great time and can't wait to dive again. Thanks again, Karine, sorry for delay in review!...More

Thank Susan P
Reviewed June 30, 2016 via mobile

Here you can find lemurs, reptiles, birds and turtles. Here is a populated place - many childrens very happy to receive candys.

Reviewed June 25, 2016

Our guide Karine picked us up from Ankify, and we headed out to Nosy Tanikely for two dives. These were our first dives after a long "dry spell." Karine made sure to find out our level and abilities, and was an excellent guide, showing us...More

Thank Daphne L
Reviewed October 14, 2015

While visiting Madagascar, we visited a beautiful fishing village on the island of Nosy Komba. This is home to the Black Lemurs. A beautiful island with beautiful people and the wildlife was amazing. We not only saw both male and female Black Lemurs, but also...More

Thank nlbailey
Reviewed September 24, 2015

We went diving with Komba Plongée several days and liked the diving around, the team was nice, too. My partner is a photographer with a big camera, so we asked to be taken to dive sites without or only little current. Considering we were the...More

1  Thank beachbutterfly16
Reviewed May 29, 2015

We visited the main part of this island and found it very busy compared to the other islands. there were a lot of old European men with young black girls if you are into that sort of things. The Lemurs are cute and tame and...More

Thank Vanessa R
Reviewed January 5, 2015

Paradise, we went swimming there via boat, it was lovely, and the feel of nature all over, beautiful! we also had a picnic there.

Thank ColmV
Reviewed December 11, 2013

My guide book said to be careful when choosing a dive school in Madagascar due to lack of regulation however you don't need to worry with Pierre, Tony and the team at Nosy Komba Plongee - equipment was new and appeared well maintained, the dive...More

1  Thank EJH20122012
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