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Fabulous setting with easy access to all the highlights in the area. The lemur island is particularly great.
Only real complaint is the restaurant. First , the lunch and dinner menus are identical. So if you are staying for a prolonged period, you will tire...More
An amazing location set in a National Park. Chalets are a little basic but comfortable. Contrary to some previous comments, electricity is NOT turned off. Mossie nets are provided and wifi in reception.
Food choice is reasonable with quite a large menu choice though breakfast...More
This Lodge is located in the middle of nowhere, but in the middle of some wonderful national parks on the east of Madagascar. Spectacular lemur viewing, to say nothing of chameleons, birds and plants. There aren’t many high quality hotels in this area, but this...More
We had a beautiful bungalow overlooking the restaurant, reception area, probably the best view! The grounds are beautifully landscaped and fit in well with the forest. Due to the last cyclone the main bridge is down so you have to detour to get there, not...More
Stayed at Vakona Lodge for 2 nights. Beautiful place and great location. It is without a doubt one of the best lodges in Andasibe. Bedrooms were bungalow style facing main building with spectacular views. Both the bathroom and bedroom were good size and had a...More
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I don't think there's a close airport but I think Google is accurate and the drive is about 3.5 hours. The drive, like a lot of transportation around Madagascar, is single lane, busy and very curvy. The reality is that... More
I don't think there's a close airport but I think Google is accurate and the drive is about 3.5 hours. The drive, like a lot of transportation around Madagascar, is single lane, busy and very curvy. The reality is that travelling in Madagascar requires patience and time. Flights are often cancelled so driving, while much like longer, is more reliable.