Nosy Mangabe is an island in the Bay of Antongil in the north-east of Madagascar. Access to the island is by boat.
Accommodation & Facilities
There is no fixed accommodation on Nosy Mangabe and overnight visitors camp on platforms under thatched shelters in a camp area on the western side of the island.
Wildlife & Activities
The island is very pretty, with sandy coves, huge trees and a lighthouse on the high point, but Nosy Mangabe’s big draw is its wildlife including the nocturnal aye-ayes. There are also leaf-tailed geckos, green backed frogs and white fronted brown lemurs to be found and visitors between July and September may see whales in the bay.
If you’re interested in staying at Nosy Mangabe as part of a safari holiday in Madagascar, give our African experts a call. We regularly visit the lodges and camps we recommend and are ready to offer great advice on constructing your perfect holiday.