Explore Lokobe National Park
Lokobe is the sole remaining primary forest in the region, perched on the southeastern edge of Nosy Be. Keep an eye out for exotic reptiles and birds, plus rare species, such as the black lemur, mouse lemur and Nosy Be panther chameleon. Explore the mangroves by boat, before setting off into the forest on foot. Most hotels on the island organise half- or full-day trips, but keep in mind that you’ll be helping paddle the boat – it’s hot, thirsty work.