Talking Island Hopping off Madagascar. On Passport to the World Radio.


I was invited onto ‘Passport to the World’ on Radio Helderberg 93,6fm by Cathy Retief-Neil, to talk about my trip Island Hopping off Madagascar with MadagasCaT Charters & Travel and Fly Airlink, spending time at Sakatia Lodge and Constance Hotel, Madagascar Ile de Tsarabanjina. Cruising the waters off Nosy Be on the luxury catamaran Maki Cat, snorkelling in the clear waters, swimming late at night, turtle spotting, walking barefoot for miles on the white sand and finding my ocean spirit home.

Blog posts and video to follow, but for now have a listen to learn more. You’ll also be surpirsed by how affordable this experinece is for SOuth Africans, take a look here and be sure to ask for details of their 4, 6 and 7 day specials.

*I travelled by invitation of MadagasCaT and Fly Airlink, and I am so grateful to them for the much needed ocean therapy.

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