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Tsara Komba, Nosy Be
Why we like it
- An exclusive and stylish barefoot luxury eco lodge
- Eight ocean view suites with private balcony
- One main restaurant offering locally sourced cusine created by the French Chef, possibly the best restaurant in Madagascar
- Activities available are diving, snorkelling and forest and beach walks
Wake up to a beautiful sunrise and enjoy a private breakfast on your own balcony overlooking the ocean.
Robin Spanner provided excellent service overall. We received our initial itinerary within 24 hours of our inquiry and subsequent amendments were dealt with even quicker.
- RF, Abingdon
Tsara Komba is a unique property set overlooking a beautiful beach on Nosy Komba. Granite pathways surrounded by beautiful tropical flowers lead you from the beach up to the eight thatched bungalows dotted around the hillside above the beach. Tsara Komba extends warm hospitality and creates a relaxed atmosphere to experience this natural paradise. Each lodge boasts a large four-poster bed complete with mosquito net and fan. Discover Kisimany a natural crater where hundred year old baobab trees border the beach or explore Nosy Mamoko where giant land tortoises can be admired or simply relax on this sublime beach.
14 hours 20 minutes (via Johannesburg)
GMT +3 hours
Issued on arrival
Yellow Fever certificate required if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
April - November
Due to the size of the country, Madagascar experiences a range of climatic conditions. The heaviest rainfall tends to fall on the east coast and in the north particularly through the cyclone season between December and March. The highlands and parts of the south west remain fairly dry year round although sharp showers can be experienced in Fort Dauphin area.
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