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Free diving and snorkeling in Nosy Be.

 

Snorkeling on Sakatia island reef

Near the southern cape of Sakatia island, there's several zones, very shallow but very rich in flora and fauna. When it's low tide, the shallowest corals are 20cm deep. The summit of the drop off of the reef is 2m deep. When it's high tide, you have to add 4m to thoses depths.
Snorkeling in Sakatia will take you to see groupers, trevallies, tuna (bonito, king fish), barracudas, turtles, and lots of coral fishes.

Snorkeling with green turtles

Near the shore of Sakatia island, there's a lot of sea grass, and a lot of green turtles are coming in the area to feed at high tide. When the tide is low, they're going on the rreef to scratch their hull on the reef to remove the parasites. At any time it is possible to snorkel with those green turtles, which can reach 250kg at adult size.

Snorkeling with whale shark, manta ray, dolphin in nosy be

From october to december, young whale sharks, from 6 to 8m, are coming in Nosy Be area to feed with plancton. curious, they like to comme and see apneists / snorkelers. sometimes with manta ray, mobula.
Dolphins : during austral winter, dolphins groups are cruising around Sakatia.

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Free diving center in Nosy be

Initiation to free diving, making skills on reefs from 2 to 23m, is the best way to reduce the air consumption in scuba diving. Free diving is showing the diver all the useless moves he's doing, which are consuming air and making the dive shorter.

Once in Free diving, the diver is breathing on surface, and when he's going down, he doesn't have any other solution to get more air. The only air he can use is in his lungs. If he wants to stay longer, he has to remove all the useless moves, make only efficient ones, to save some air.

Not breathing with a scuba gear means no producing bubbles. Then, when practicing free diving, the free diver is going from the surface to the bottom, and reverse. Such a vertical move is very unusual in the water and is attracting the fishes and other animals which are coming closer to see the free diver.

The Ampasindava bay is quite always calm. It's protected from the winds from the south, east by the mountains of the mainland. the water is flat in the morning, then a see breeze is increasing from noon or 1pm, making some waves.
Visibility is often good, from 15 to 30m on the plateau, from 20 to 40m on the continental shelf. Visibility decreases during the rain season, becauses of the deforestation on the main land. The rain is taking cubic meters of mud in the rivers which are carrying this in the bays, spreading this red water with the alternative current of the tides.
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