Domaine D'Ambola

Address: Tulear, Madagascar | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Tulear

The road to Tulear

A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Nov 08, 2014

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Today we leave Isalo and head southwest to the coastal town of Tulear, where we take a flight back to Antananarivo. We found out last night that our flight with Air Madagascar has been changed to late afternoon, instead of early morning. Perfect, we don't need to get up so early! We are making one stop along the way at a private park, to hopefully see one of Madagascar's most endemic birds and maybe some more lemur. Parc National Zombitse-Vohibasia is a small area ...

Tuléar, "mouillez là"

A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 02, 2013

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... se vident l’après-midi quand le soleil est trop chaud pour bouger...la queue devant les administrations..


Énormément de vacanciers choisissent de descendre la RN7 en 4X4 taxi et de remonter de Tuléar à Tana en avion, ainsi leur 4X4 doit remonter à vide à Tana en 2 jours . Le très bon plan consiste ici à trouver un taxi qui remonte à vide et négocier le prix et les arrêts, la nuitée à Fianarantsoa, sachant que l’essence est déjà payée par ...

Anakao

A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 01, 2013

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... br> Topics to seasickness refrain! Cap on Nosy Vé, an islet 5 km inhabited only by birds.
we crossed canoes of sinners Vezo (a Sakalava sous-ethnie). TheVezo are the only group to not practice circumcision.
Nozy Vé (literally "this is a island ?" is a sacred place for " paille en queue" birds andonly place in the tropical latitude .
these birds nest which the hindquarters is completed by a kind of antenna. Formerly, the Vezos loved their eggs, ...

Close call

A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Sep 09, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... was willing to do. The plan was to head out on Friday, early morning and surf Anakoa till Saturday afternoon and then head back for a bigger surf on Sunday at Sanodrano. Because of extending my trip a few times, Pete, Cara and the kids were back in Tulear and I moved back in with them for the rest of my stay. I was heading out to Anakoa with Blair. Pete wasn't able to go so I had to make my own way to Blair's. The plan was to leave at ...

"Welcome to Madagascar"

A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Aug 29, 2013

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... was very surprised when I got a response back from him. He told me a good area to go and gave me the name of a missionary named Pete who was living in a place called Tulear, which is in the South West portion of Mad. Apparently, he was the man to meet up with if I wanted to surf. I reached out to Pete through Facebook and he gave me a lot of helpful info. He told me how much I should pay for a taxi to the bus station, how much the bus to Tulear ...