No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
Photos of Boraha Village
TripAdvisor Reviews Boraha Village Ile Sainte-Marie (Nosy Boraha)
Travel Blogs from Ile Sainte-Marie (Nosy Boraha)
... and only use it at night.
The people are poor here, but there were smiles everywhere. English is rarely spoken, mostly French. Rose and I did not bargain as we figured these people could use our dollars as they seem to really need it. I was told that they earn $1 a day, not sure if that is true or not, but it certainly well could be.
We had fun just walking around and buying some trinkets. I ...
... Ile aux Nattes, it has been like living in a postcard.
Our little bungalows with their hammocks look out onto the white sand and turquoise sea. All the seafood is caught by the villagers during the day and grilled in the evenings, after our Madagascan rum with the sunset.
Yesterday we went out with a man in his boat to attempt to catch some fish for our dinner. Matt caught a stick and ...
... ceviche, sate, samoosa's etc) Later on they surprised us with a birthday cake for Mark! Super kind of them!
Almost midnight! time for champagne and music! Happy New Year!!!
Jean-Pierre and Phillipe thank you for the great evening(s) and your great hospitality!
January 1 , 2014 a lazy day, finishing the chocolat cake, the bubbles (we forgot to drink yesterday) and bad weather because of the cycloon is passing La Reunion island not far away from here.
... pour les petits avions !).
A notre arrivée, comme tous les soirs , nous allons voir les poissons lune
et autres poissons de l'océan indien en faisant une séance de snorkeling au crépuscule, nous
voyons chaque jour de nouveaux poissons, tous colorés et vraiment jolis. Le crépuscule est idéale car les poissons s'approchent plus près du littoral pour chasser , eux aussi.
Pas de baleine à l'horizon , les belles et dernières baleines sont passées par la , il ...
... who I wish could be here also.
Also I'm worrying about our coming endevours. Mostly Tanzania, because we don't have a travel guide to that country. Not that it's a huge deal, but when you arrive to a dark, strange town in the middle of the night and touts surround you, offering to carry your bag and pulling on you to follow them, it's good to have a small list of hotels/guesthouses and a map to give you an idea where the hell you should be heading... Don't ...