The Madagascar Guide: Where To Stay

Known for lemurs, Baobab trees, vanilla export and the best animated movie in history, we present you.. Madagascar! Did you guys know that Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world? Located by the Indian Ocean off the southeastern coast of Africa, this fascinating island is ranked as one of the top bio-diverse destinations, with the rarest species of mammal around! If you’re feeling inspired to take a ride on the wild side and book your accommodation ASAP, check out where to stay in Madagascar:

Constance Tsarabanjina

Designed perfectly to blend in with the wild, the Constance Tsarabanjina hotel oozes rusticity with its beautifully finished timber bungalows and tropical surroundings. We love that this hotel has an activity board that gets updated daily! It relieves the stress of making plans on a relaxing vacay, and the best part about the Constance Tsarabanjina is how its tucked away from other resorts, making it a private and intimate getaway. So if you fancy a little mystery and living in the moment, this one’s for you.

Eden Lodge

Voted one of the world’s Top 10 Eco-Accommodation, the Eden Lodge is the first 100% solar powered lodge in Madagascar! Surrounded by lush forests and nature reserves in the Nosy Be area, this lodge provides a unique experience like no other. From Baobab trees on the beach and friendly little lemurs emerging from the forests, to migrating whales and marine turtles, the Eden Lodge takes eco-luxury living to a whole new level.

Tsara Komba

If you feel like treating yourself a little, while being at one with Mother Nature, check out the Tsara Komba Beach Forest Lodge. Perfect for adventure seekers, this eco-lodge has its own private beach, lush garden and a nature reserve filled with an abundance of exotic plants, reptiles and different species of birds – not forgetting lemurs, of course! And if you’re down to discover the island a little more, dive into the bay to experience the ultimate Madagascan marine life sighting.

Anjajavy Lodge

Situated in the North-Western part of Madagascar is the most exquisite Anjajavy Lodge, only accessible by a charter plane. What makes the Anjajavy Lodge unique, is the possibility to choose from seven different remote creeks to spend a relaxing day by the beach. Feel the warmth of the Madagascan breeze against your skin on a hot summer night from your sea-view rosewood villa and revel in the tranquility of the Mozambique Channel.

Mandrare River Camp

Amidst the very few luxury tented camps in Madagascar, the Mandrare River Camp is packed with the most stunning scenery and a range of exciting activities. Mandrare makes you feel like home the second you get there, with friendly locals who are open to give you a tour of the surrounding area. Feast your senses with flora and fauna of the spiny forests nearby (you’ll be greeted by the elders before entering their “sacred forests”) and experience ancient Madagascan traditions first-hand right here.

Feeling inspired yet? It’s time to embark on an adventure filled Madagascan journey. For other destination inspiration, visit ENTERTAINER getaways on your ENTERTAINER app!

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