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It is the second time we go there and it will not be the last.
After a misunderstanding about our booking, the lodge made a lot of effort to ensure we would be able to stay as planned with our 2 other families of friends....More
we stayed over Christmas, what an Experience. Lots of great activities ( walks, beach picnic, boat-rides) with our guide Ali. All the people that work there are super helpful and friendly. The most beautiful sunsets on the big rock-bench. The food was excellent and plenty....More
The views of the ocean from all parts of the Lodge are amazing. All bungalows have direct, private access to the water. Dining under the stars, next to the water is very enjoyable.
The outings are very interesting and we saw several new species of...More
Manafiafy is a magical place. Anyone coming here must be aware that Air Madagascar is notoriously unreliable and the roads are poor, but once here, it is well worth the effort, and the small size of the resort means that we almost had the place...More
We came here by road from Fort Dauphin after flying in from Mandrare River Lodge, a sister lodge, and it takes around three and a half hours on unmade bumpy roads to get here. Unfortunately a bridge had broken on the way so we had...More
Are there tea and coffee making facilities in room?
Does it get very hot in November - doesn't sound as if you have fans or a/c.
September 15, 2014|
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Response from Lisa W | Reviewed this property |
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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"Be sure to fly to Ft Dauphin and then take the 2.5 hour "bumpy" ride."