From mid-August to early October, we are lucky enough to enjoy the migration of humpback whales. During the austral winter, in fact, thousands of specimens swim in the northern part of Madagascar in order to mate and grow the calves of the previous years. Because of their behavior as extremely social animals, simply staying in the boat, we could assist at some unforgettable moments. With their jumps, puffs, flippers or simple navigation, humpback whales are always a spectacle of nature that even us are never tired of observing. The stretch of sea we usually explore does not lack other sightings such as turtles, dolphins, mobulae and Omura whales (a very rare species that lives in a few places in the world), so... Eyes open!