A few hours in a speedboat to a beautiful small island took me Nosy Iranja. This place is famous for its 1.5 kilometre sand bar that joins a smaller island to the larger one and can be walked across at low tide. One side of the sand bar also provides a break from the waves and currents that come up the Mozambique channel and a safe place to moor a boat when the tide is out. The best way to get an idea of how this looks is by the short video I have attached.
There are about 100 people in the village here who mainly stay here for the daily tourists. There are also some sleeping bungalows on the beach if you want to stay overnight. By far the best freshly cooked seafood that I have for lunch so far.