The spacious, well-appointed, thatch-roofed rooms lead directly onto pristine white sand beaches and the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. The four luxury bungalows and one family villa are discreetly tucked along the edge of the forest, all with private wooden terraces and stunning views across the bay. These rooms meld local wood, Ravinala thatch and stone with modern comforts to create the perfect ‘Robinson Crusoe’ experience.
From delectable seafood BBQs on the beach, romantic candlelit dinners on the waters edge and lazy champagne breakfasts in the wooden dining area, dining at Manafiafy Beach and Rainforest Lodge is sure to delight and excite guests. The menu is carefully planned and the ingredients locally sourced to ensure guests get the true taste of island cuisine. Delectable pastries, bright fruits and freshly caught fish and shellfish such as crab, lobster and oysters, are just a few of the flavours that awaits you.
Madagascar, renowned for its colourful culture and staggering landscapes, is an island off the eastern coast of Africa and the fourth largest island in the world. Divided into five geographical regions, the island boasts an incredible array of natural landscapes and a fascinating population of plant and animal life, most of which exists nowhere else on earth. The island has been described as an “alternate world” and “world apart” thanks to its unique landscapes of emerald rice paddies, breathtaking escarpments and surreal baobab forests.
Hidden on the wild west coast of Madagascar, in an area void of roads & disturbed only by energetic lemurs, whistling rosewoods & the ocean breeze.
The seclusion of the Mandrare River Camp affords intimate access to the spiny forest; home to unique wildlife and the fascinating Antandroy.
Masoala Forest Lodge - not just a lodge in the rainforest – but an authentic experience -an interactive journey of education & inspiration.