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Welcome to the

Hôtel de La Plage Ifaty Tuléar

Located in Ambolimailaka Ifaty 38km north of Tulear, discover the paradise of naturalists with an unusual, unique flora, and the famous Bush which awaits you!

Hotel de la Plage offers bungalows inspired by local traditions that melts into the landscape, separated from the beach by a narrow strip of white sandy beach.

Activities to suit every tast : deep sea fishing, scuba diving, sea kayaking, saling in a traditionnal canôe, windsurfing, zebu cart rides…

Madagascar

A bit of background…

Madagascar is a mountainous island located in the Indian Ocean south of the equator. The Mozambique channel separates it from East-African coast. At the  narrowest, a mere 400km separates these two bodies…

The Red Island is about 1600km long and more than 600km at its widest point. The Tropic of Capricorn dissects southern Madagascar, from Vangaindrano, in the east to Tulear in the west. Tulear is about 9000 km from London.

The surface area of Madagascar is approximately  592.000 kms  with a coastline of about  5.000 km. Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island, after Greenland, New Guinea and Borneo, is nearly twice as big as the UK and Ireland combined or twice the size of Arizona. The island has about 22 million people and the official language is Malagasy with some local variations. French is spoken by many Malagasy people. The currency is the Ariary.

The Capricorn coast

Welcome to the

Hôtel de La Plage Ifaty Tuléar

Located in Ambolimailaka Ifaty 38km north of Tulear, discover the paradise of naturalists with an unusual, unique flora, and the famous Bush which awaits you!

Hotel de la Plage offers bungalows inspired by local traditions that melts into the landscape, separated from the beach by a narrow strip of white sandy beach.

Activities to suit every tast : deep sea fishing, scuba diving, sea kayaking, saling in a traditionnal canôe, windsurfing, zebu cart rides…

Madagascar

A bit of background…

Madagascar is a mountainous island located in the Indian Ocean south of the equator. The Mozambique channel separates it from East-African coast. At the  narrowest, a mere 400km separates these two bodies…

The Red Island is about 1600km long and more than 600km at its widest point. The Tropic of Capricorn dissects southern Madagascar, from Vangaindrano, in the east to Tulear in the west. Tulear is about 9000 km from London.

The surface area of Madagascar is approximately 592.000 kms with a coastline of about 5.000 km. Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island, after Greenland, New Guinea and Borneo, is nearly twice as big as the UK and Ireland combined or twice the size of Arizona. The island has about 22 million people and the official language is Malagasy with some local variations. French is spoken by many Malagasy people. The currency is the Ariary.

The Capricorn

coast

The South West coast is called “the Capricorn Coast.” It begins at Ihosy where the road rises between granite mountains to enter the great grass plain, of the Bara pastoralistswith their great herds of zebu.

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It is a country with many natural wonders, including the magnificent sandstone formations of Isalo and the needle sharp rock of the BemarahaTsingy. Madagascar also offers fabulous underwater richness. The Tulear barrier reef, boasts more than 6000 species and is also the third longest in the world…

Madagascar, the second Eden with many unique species of fauna and flora, is waiting for you!

Whale watching

Observe these marine mammals in there natural birthing habitat. Imposing yet graceful. Powerful yet gentle.
From June to September, the humpback whales of the Antarctic come to enjoy the warm seas of the Indian Ocean to calve. The calves gain up to 50 kilograms in weight per day during the first months of their lives.

 

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Scuba diving

Wether you are Scuba diving or snorkeling, you will discover a wealth of marine life in one of the biggest coral reefsin the world.
We have our own Diving Club, under the watchful eye of Yannick, a qualified PADI instructor. We also offer a varietyofwatersports (windsurfing, whale watching etc…)

 

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Hiking in quads

Polaris 330 quads, the ideal mode of transport to go to Tuléar or to visit the many  nearby villages.
Various guided routes are  available for exploring this picturesque region. Guided tours  of the famous Malagasy Baobab trees, white sand dunes, unusual encounters with villagers in Bus, and a variety of  scenes await you.

 

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Staying at

hotel de la plage, Madagascar

Hotel de La Plage, offers Bungalows inspired by local tradition, that melts into the landscape, separated from the beach by a narrow strip of white sandy beach.
Each of our bungalows offers all the comforts necessary required for yourwellbeing. Hot water in the shower and the relaxing tropical oceanjust a few steps from your door.

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