Accommodation, Western Madagascar

Karibu Hotel

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Located in the residential area of La Corniche in the city of Majunga, this colourful and charming hotel offers wonderful views of the sea and is ideally positioned to watch sun sets in the evening. Accommodation is in comfortable air-conditioned rooms with private bathroom, terrace, satellite TV, minibar and free Wi-Fi. There is a restaurant with large open sided terrace serving plenty of fresh local seafood and a good range of other Malagasy and international dishes. There is also a small swimming pool and the hotel can arrange offsite excursions, plus a laundry service and exchange currency.

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Karibu Hotel -15.714723, 46.300732 Sakatia LodgeView

Facilities

Restaurant with local and European dishes, swimming pool, and gift shops. Rooms feature private bathrooms, air-conditioning, minibars, safe, Samsung satellite flatscreen TV, telephone and free Wi-Fi.

Local Wildlife

The nearby Betsiboka Estuary offers excellent birdwatching with the rare Bernier's Teal, and Madagascar sacred ibis the local specialities. Across the Estuary is the Katsepe Lighthouse and forest where the rare crowned sifaka can be easily found along with habituated mongoose lemurs and rufous-brown lemurs.

Optional Activities

The hotel can also arrange offsite excursions such as boat trips for fishing or whale watching as well as quad bikes and visits to the nearby Ankarafantsika National Park.

Ian Loyd

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Madagascar tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Loved it all! 17 species of lemurs, loads of reptiles and endemic birds. Did masses of photography. Highlights included male giraffe necked weevil, witnessing an indri howling and Verreauxs sifakas jumping through the trees in gorgeous early morning light. [Our guide] was great as were local guides. Very happy with the itinerary. We wanted it to be a wildlife holiday as that is our primary interest, but found the landscape variety and tribal dimensions very rewarding too.

Mr & Mrs S - Chichester