Baobab Beach is unique: it features centuries-old baobab trees on two kilometres of white sand, all of which surround the eight 75-square-metre lodges and the bar and restaurant of the Eden Lodge. The buildings themselves are nestled into a forest with fauna and flora of the most extraordinary sort, from nocturnal lemurs and black parrots to dolphins, turtles, and even whales that pass by a few metres from the beach.
Eden Lodge has earned multiple commendations and won trophies and other awards for responsible and sustainable tourism. Here you will find another idea of luxury, which places it in the top ten best ecolodges in the world. The interior design is inspired by the know-how and materials of Malagasy crafts. The cuisine is nourished by the same philosophy, with specialties that are the hallmarks of Madagascar, including zebu filets embellished with fresh local products from the sea or the garden.
c/o L'Heure Bleue
BP 372 Hell-Ville
Rooms: from 682,284 MGA
Rooms: from 723,984 MGA