We stayed in villa 17, but I think they are all virtually identical. We stayed 3 nights. This is not the easiest place to get to, but it is worth the adventure. The villas are two story luxury little houses that are air conditioned and big front porches. The food is superb and the staff is charming and friendly. Pristine beaches with warm blue water are just steps away. But the real attraction is the wildlife and beauty of the surrounding area.
There are sifakas dancing across the perfect lawn at tea time in the Oasis garden.
There are mouse lemurs with glowing eyes in the night trees.
There are countless exotic birds everywhere, you can watch them while dining.
There are flying fox bats hanging under tsingys in the bay.
There are strange and beautiful baobab trees lining the nearby shores.
If you like wildlife, you will see things here that don't exist anywhere else.More
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- Free Parking