Rest your head at one of these unique island resorts
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THE ONE ON A PRIVATE ISLAND

The team who created the celebrity favourite North Island are set to wow guests again with Time + Tide Miavana in Madagascar. It is the epitome of castaway luxury. Spend the day snorkelling amongst the coral reefs, lemur trekking or taking helicopter excursions to nearby nature reserves. Then spend the night spoiling your tastebuds with fine-dining dishes that can be served to you in the privacy of your beachfront villa or under the stars in the resort’s chic piazza.


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THE ONE BY THE RIVER

On the banks of the Mandrare River you’ll find the eponymous Mandrare River Camp. While you can enjoy panoramic views of the scenery from your tent, you must venture out. For if you do manage to leave your idyllic suite you will be able discover the “Rue de Baobabs” , a smaller, yet more private version of the baobab grove in west Madagascar.

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THE ONE IN A NATURE RESERVE

Nature lovers will want to book into the Anjajavy on The Peninsula of Anjajavy. Leave your luggage at one of the rosewood Sakalava-style villas, then venture out into the nature reserve to see giant tortoises, a cave filled with underground world of stalagmites and stalactites, hairy crabs, baobab trees and the famed Giant’s Causeway with its photogenic limestone columns.


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THE ONE BY THE BEACH

If you book into the Manafiafy Beach and Rainforest Lodge, you might need to pinch yourself to check that it’s real. Walk along empty palm-fringed beaches, climb a watchtower to see humpback whales, and dine under the stars on crayfish, oysters and mussels that you have seen the local fishermen upload that morning from their hand-carved boats.

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THE ONE IN THE RAINFOREST

At the Masoala Forest Lodge you can relax on your terrace, enjoy a treatment at the spa or burn a few calories trekking or kayaking through the Masoala National Park. They resort also celebrates hyperlocal food where they often you a pop-up dining experience where they serve you traditional Malagasy fare, Madagascan style.