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Although there are other parts of Madagascar to explore, we exclusively offer Masoala Lodge in Masoala National Park which is also known as "mini Madagascar" as it has much of the highlights the island has to offer all in one place. Making it perfect for those wanting to discover this magnificent island that leaves you feeling like you are falling off of the edge of the world!

 

The spectacular rainforest covered peninsula on Madagascar’s northeast coast forms the backdrop for Masoala Forest Lodge – a luxurious outpost lost in time and nature… A place to relax explore and connect with the natural world in all its primordial splendour

 

Nature lovers will be in paradise at Masoala Forest Lodge. This densely forested peninsula contains the largest remaining block of protected rainforest and harbours an important part of the fauna and flora of Madagascar, including a wealth of rare and unique species.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The island of Madagascar has been described as a an “alternate world” because of the uniqueness and rarity of many of its plant and animal species. As an island isolated for almost 70 million years – roughly 150000 of the 200,000 known species found here, exist nowhere else. You would expect plethora of dangerous species – but amazingly the island has been spared anything venomous. Instead, the rainforests and tropical waters teem with weird and wonderful yet harmless creatures and plantlife – each unique species waiting to be discovered – like some planetary treasure trove of life.

Completely family friendly, ready for all ages to discover.

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Access 

Despite its remoteness, getting to Masoala is easy. There are charter flights from Antananarivo to Maroantsetra every Sunday & Wednesday. From Maroantsetra, guests take a 2.5 hours road/boat transfer to camp.

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