Set on the South-west coast and away from the crowds. If you’re adventurous and look forward to deep-sea fishing and sailing in pirogues towards breathtaking sunrises and sunsets; Olô Bé Lodge is next on your bucket list. This is where experience collectors come for a pure taste of Madagascar.
Days of endless fishing, beach comas, cold drinks, and fresh seafood. You can couple them with kayaking, snorkeling, surfing, baobab tours, and kayaking through the mangroves. Andavadoaka is a small fishing village in the South-West of Madagascar with a humble local people who live off the ocean and provide man-power to the building projects in the area.
The lodge is a six-hour drive from the nearest international airport in Tulear and has seven rooms – three bungalows, two suites, and two standard rooms – that overlook the lagoon. Each room features a large wooden four-poster bed with a built-in fan and reading lights.
The restaurant features a main hall, a large kitchen open to the bar and the lounge, and two large terraces.
South African management couple, Nolan Muir and Shauna Stephan have moved to Madagascar to manage Mantisa Olô Bé and lead a team of local staff members.
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