A small island just km off the coast of Madagascar has all those paradise cliches you’d expect; turquoise waters and white soft sand. And, you can now fly there directly from Johannesburg. Its name may mean “big island”, but Nosy Be is only 30km long and 12 km wide where you’ll find volcanic lakes, classic lemurs, rum distilleries, coral reefs and fantastic diving spots and the Lokobe Nature Special Reserve.
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