Antananarivo - Lac Rasoamasay - Ankanin'ny Nofy – Antananarivo
This program allows you to live a few days "Out of time", forget for a moment work, social obligations, daily stress, and recharge your batteries with nature. Rest, nature and the beach await you.
Pleasant for a small family, between friends, between collaborators, or even just for two.
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05 days – 04 nights
Departure to join the national 02 which leads to the eastern side of the island. Passage through the historic town of Moramanga, a locality that experienced one of the most significant popular uprisings during colonization. Stop at the Antsapanana fruit market, tasting. Then, passage to Brickaville, with its small local pier where the goods transit. Continuation to the fork which takes us on a track to Manambato: a locality located on the edge of Lake Rasoabe with a large sandy beach, a vacation spot for city dwellers. Boarding a motorized boat towards the hotel, passing the 2 large lakes (Rasoabe and Rasoamasay), rich in legends. Arrival at the hotel, installation.
The hotel is very simple and consists of a small set of bungalows on a sandbar between two lakes. The place is extremely peaceful. Electricity is absent but the calm and serenity of the place will carry you away.
Day dedicated to the discovery of the surroundings of the hotel: walk, visit of the reserve of the Hotel "EBONY PARK" (Carnivorous plant, orchidarium, lemurs, chameleon etc. ....), beach and swimming, ....
The place calls for rest.
Boarding to join the Pangalanes Canal to reach Ankanin'ny nofy, a site established on a 35 ha next to Lake Ampitabe.
The Pangalanes canal is among the longest man-made canals in the world. Built during the colonial period, this canal was intended to drain agricultural products from the eastern region. Knowing that the Indian Ocean is quite turbulent on this coast, the natives use this river a lot for the circulation and transport of products from the region.
The hotel is a little gem anchored in unspoiled nature. Very beautiful place, bathed in nature and surrounded by white sand beach.
Rest… escape… beach… a moment for yourself… to find yourself…
Visit of the islet of aye aye in the late afternoon
A day of discovery of this unique region of the Pangalanes canal. Visit of the Palmarium Private Reserve, containing several species of palm trees, some of which are rare and endemic, orchids, acacias and carnivorous plants. The reserve is also home to a dozen species of lemurs, including the indri indri, the sifaka.
Time holds its breath. Take your sandals and set off to explore the surroundings. It is possible to be dropped off by a canoe in a village and return to the hotel on foot.
Breakfast and boarding for a return to civilization, with a head full of new breath.