Although famed for its unique wildlife, Madagascar and its offshore islands offer visitors a wonderful choice of quiet, sandy beaches and  reef formations. The Nosy Be Archipelago lying off the northwest coast is awash with bays and colourful coral reefs, whilst Ile Ste Marie (Nosy Boraha) in the east, has sandy coves shaded by palm trees, and is one of the best places to go Whale watching in Madagascar. Less well known, but equally appealing, are beaches of the remote south-west coast at Anakao. Most trips to Madagascar combine wildlife touring with time soaking up the rays.  

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