WHALE WATCHING IN SAINTE-MARIE

The humpback whales are listed in several places around the world. In the southern hemisphere, they migrate during winter from Antarctica to warmer water for reproduction and for giving birth. That takes place when they are coming in Sainte-Marie channel in Madagascar.

 

The humpback whales can reach up to 16 meters long and can weigh up to 30 tons!

 

Every year, from July 1st to the end of September, Princesse Bora Lodge & Spa, with CétaMada NGO, organizes daily whale watching experiences. It is the opportunity to discover this marine mammal with an eco-guide who will answer all your questions.

 

Departure is every morning from the Princesse Bora Lodge and Spa’s beach, with our boat, for three hours of whale watching. You will contribute, by this way, to the CétaMada data scientific collection.

 

To learn more about marine mammal protection program in Madagascar, visit the website www.cetamada.org