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Luxury ecolodge in a unique protected nature reserve in Madagascar. Elected 2013/2014 World's Best Sustainable Hotel (International Hotel Awards). Green Globe certified. Idyllic beach, baobabs, lemurs (even the very rare Aye Aye ...), Sea turtles, dolphins & whales ... Eden Lodge is really an exceptional hotel.
All reviews nosy be fish beautiful beach lunch and dinner nocturnal lemurs night walk vegetable garden thatched roof stayed nights food was amazing mini bar nature walk great cocktails massage area every afternoon fruit bats wonderful experience
This really is the place to unwind if you are in the middle of a spotting holiday.
Wonderful private beach only accessible by boat.
Super food and staff who are willing to take you off island hopping. Snorkelling is great, plenty of coral and plenty...More
We spent five lovely nights at the Eden Lodge. It is rather isolated - and that was perfect for us. There is a small village just down the beach and every morning you will see the young children walking down the beach to the local...More
If Eden Lodge were simply a hotel it would already be worth five stars for its beach, comfortable seafront cabins, lovely gardens backed by jungle, and excellent food. But it's much more than just a hotel. It's an anchor for a nature reserve, a village,...More
Beautiful hotel in a stunning place. Each beach bungalow was very private with its own beach front. The rooms were spotlessly clean. Staff very friendly and helpful, especially the Manageress Audrey. Food was fresh from the sea in front or nearby fruit and vegetables. There...More
If you're looking for a beautiful and peaceful place to stay in Madagascar, Eden lodge is the place to go to. We had a wonderful experience there. As soon as we arrived we felt as if we were somewhere else but not on earth, nor...More
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I would suggest at least 4 or 5 nights, there is much to see in the vicinity.
We did not take malaria tablets, just take a decent anti mosquito spray, they do not have spray at the lodge, only packets of wipes.
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"All the have wonderful locations on the beach - number 8 is closest to the forest with the black lemurs."