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Manafiafy

Manafiafy is a secluded tropical paradise with excellent wildlife viewing and miles of untouched beaches. This is where French colonists first landed in Madagascar in 1638 and life in the local fishing village has stayed very much the same over the centuries.
The beautiful and wildlife abundant community-managed forests are some of the last remaining stretches of coastal rainforest in southern Madagascar. Manafiafy is also one of the best locations to see hump-back whales in Madagascar during the season (June – November). Bottlenose dolphins can be spotted from the beach year-round. The Sainte-Luce peninsula is the starting point of a mangrove network spanning 40 km towards Fort Dauphin; the mangrove is intersected by rivers and lakes, with the dramatic peaks of the Anosy mountain range in the background.

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Manafiafy Beach & Rainforest Lodge

: With just 6 bungalows set along a private beach on the edge of the rainforest, Manafiafy Beach & Rainforest Lodge offers a fabulous mixture of activities (canoeing in the mangroves, forest walks looking for lemurs, birdwatching, snorkelling, fishing, whale watching) and relaxation. 

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