Dive into the waters of the Mozambique Channel alongside the founder of the Madagascar Whale Shark Project, Stella Diamant, on this pioneering research trip that will put you in the right place at the right time for intimate encounters with the world's largest fish. You'll also have the chance to spot lemurs, turtles and manta rays, and relax on pristine island sands.
Madagascar is a destination like no other and has even been named the ‘8th continent’ for its enchanting beauty and resplendent breadth of diversity. An early breakaway from the earth’s single landmass Gondwanaland over 165 million years ago, this stunning island, located 250 miles off the coast of East Africa, is the world’s fourth largest. The majestic Red Island's landscapes vary from palm and forest-fringed beaches, to semi-arid deserts, limestone pinnacles, volcanoes and grassy plateaus. Combined with the immense diversity of the wildlife on offer, Madagascar is often referred to as the 'Galapagos of Africa', still providing to this day, one of the most unique and unheard of wildlife adventures left on the planet.