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If you can cope with the roads in Madascar, then this is the place that you want to visit. The sea is azure blue, the staff are very attentive and the food is good. A trip to see the local fisherman is a must. We...More
This was the last stop on our amazing trip to Madagascar and we definitely saved the best until last. Wonderful early morning boat trips through the mangroves bird watching, night and day walks to see lemurs so close by, as well as the enormous flying...More
Absolutely beautiful location on secluded cove. The bungalows are large, comfortable, well equipped. Just step out the back porch and you are a few feet from the ocean. Food was excellent throughout. Hosts couldn't have been nicer. Guided walks through the forest to see Madagascar's...More
We stayed at Mandrare the sister camp 7 years ago but this is quite different. Very spacious and comfortable bungalow with very much an open plan bathroom which is ok for couples but maybe not so good for friends, for example, travelling together. We stayed...More
We stayed 3 nights at Manafiafy in early August, which is of course winter. We were cold during both day and night - but the temperatures move around a lot, so do check the temperatures for when you will be there and come prepared. It...More
No tea and coffee making facilities in the room. All drinks apart from wine and spirits are free of charge and can be obtained from the restaurant area whenever you want. The guest lodges are all solar powered - there was... More
No tea and coffee making facilities in the room. All drinks apart from wine and spirits are free of charge and can be obtained from the restaurant area whenever you want. The guest lodges are all solar powered - there was plenty of hot water and the lights were fine. There was one plug socket (continental type) to charge phones / camera etc, but you wouldn't be able to run a kettle or hairdryer off this supply.
Don't let this put you off though ... the place really is stunningly beautiful and the staff very accommodating.
We travelled in August so not sure about the temperature in November.
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"if you are at all nervous about being surrounded by wildlife then bungalow 1 is closest to the amenities."