Sakalava Bay Spot
Between the equator and the Tropic of Capricorn in the Indian Ocean, Madagascar and more precisely the north of the country has a system of regular winds especially.
Sakalava Bay is part of the windiest kitesurfing spots in the world.
Varatraza (trade wind) blows from mid March to late November without stopping and December reserves surprises with numerous naviguation days.
With approximately nine months windy in a very pleasant tropical climate, Sakalava bay is a dreaming spot for holiday.
Statistics of wind and temperatures are based on data collected in recent years.
They are reliable and can already give you a taste of the weather you will find here in the north of Madagascar.
The risk of accidents is virtually nil in Sakalava, a huge beach and a completely clear seabed predominately sandy allow you to learn kitesurfing in optimal safety conditions.
Covering an area of about 5 km² and protected by a coral reef, Sakalava bay is a spot with a reassuring oriented side-on wind that always bring you back to the beach.
You can progress and gain confidence in perfect safety.
Sakalava and Andovokonko is the perfect place to learn about kiteboarding but also to train in freestyle on a flat water and surf reef waves easily accessible.
Babaomby Emerald Sea Spot
Separated from the Bay of Diego Suarez by the Babaomby peninsula, the emerald sea lagoon is an incredible playground for kitesurfing.
With a length of 12km and a width of 3, the surface is great for freeriding. You can down wind the lagoon, passing near the villages of fishermen and also surf beautiful reef waves.
The emerald sea lagoon is more suitable for experienced riders because conditions to go to the water are more difficult than Sakalava(small beaches with rocks). But once on the lagoon, you find stingrays, turtles and the feeling of experiencing something unusual in one of the most beautiful place in Madagascar!
Diego Suarez's Sugar Loaf
The French Bay Spot
Just out of Diego-Suarez there is the bay of French who is a virgin kitesurf spot, immense and still largely not enough sailed here in Madagascar.
Sugar Loaf enthroned in its center, it's a place quite atypical.
It is the ideal starting point to visit the Bay of Diego-Suarez, the second largest in the world after Rio in Brazil. You can reach the village of Ramena starting point for the Emerald Sea, passing near ancient shipwrecks