Stayed late August 2010 with the family. Absolutely gorgeous private island. Apparently it has around 45 chalets but there were only us and one other couple on the island. A host of things to do. Amazing beaches, snorkelling, sailing, windsurfing, fishing. Very few mosquitos. Spacious rooms with very well-fitted bathrooms. All in all a beautiful hotel and one I would... More
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- Nosy Saba is 320 acres of undisturbed natural beauty with miles of sugar-soft white sandy beach, a forest, surrounded by a reef. In this setting in the heart of the Mozambique Channel, you will find excellent food, accommodation and service. Come and relax to the rhythm of paradise. ... more less
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