Enjoy an invigorating stay in the village of Andranokoditra

Let yourself be carried away by the "Mora Mora" rhythm of life of the population of eastern Madagascar for a relaxing stay in Andranokoditra, Tamatave. Appreciate it.
In this small fishing village nestled between the Pangalanes Canal and the Indian Ocean, relaxation is the key word and tradition thrills in the everyday life of the natives. Andranokoditra brings together all the elements necessary to offer a pleasantly pleasant stopover: a welcoming population, a paradisiacal beach and an idyllic panorama. To top it all, the animation is constantly present both in the heart of the village and in the falafa huts. Between fishing, craft and museum, choose the activity that will satisfy your desires.
Andranokoditra, it is also an exuberant fauna and floristic richness. Come and discover the Palmarium of Lake Ampitabe. You will be welcomed by the black and white Varécia, the sifaka or Indri Indri, the lemurs with a silky coat. Hundreds of species of frogs, turtles and various insects can also attract your attention. Continue your exploration with the endemic as well as fascinating floral species: orchids, carnivorous plants or ebony.
A canoe trip along the Canal des Pangalanes will bring you to meet fishermen. Take advantage of this opportunity to interact with these craftsmen with extraordinary know-how.
This article was featured in Prime Magazine May 2017

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When to go

With temperatures ranging between 20 and 27 ° C, Andranokoditra enjoys a warm and humid climate throughout the year. Precipitation is higher in summer than in winter. However, the weather is more mild in April, May, September and October.

How to get there

To reach Andranokoditra, take the plane to Toamasina and rent a car to reach the village. You can also drive to Brickaville on the RN2. From there, embark on the Reine Tina to follow the Canal des Pangalanes and reach the locality in a few hours.

Where to stay

To spend the night, book one of the bungalows at the Ecolodge Les Orchidées d'Andranokoditra. If you have an adventurous spirit, set up a bivouac on the beach.

Where to eat

In order to better immerse you in the local culture, take your meals at a local inhabitant. The Ecolodge also provide a restaurant service offering healthy, hearty and tasty dishes.

What to see

On the banks of the Canal des Pangalanes, the attractions are varied. Among the curiosities of the region, the forest of Vohibola is unavoidable. Small fishing villages along the coast are also worth a visit. Do not miss a relaxing afternoon or swim in the sea!