Hotel Bamboo Club Ifaty Tulear

Address: Tulear, Ifaty, 601, Madagascar | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Tulear, Ifaty.
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      Travel Blogs from Ifaty

      Hunting For The Hissing Cockroach

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 02, 2014

      4 comments, 119 photos

      ... re aspiring to be as wealthy as Afghanistan, a country where war and destruction have been their chief occupations since time immemorial).

      There's not a lot of alternatives but I'm still not sure a bus tour is the best way to see Madagascar- we seemed to zip through a number of areas that warranted a longer look and spent too much time in less interesting spots. We did get used to it, made some new connections we're hoping to use in the future, and given the ...

      Le peuple vézo

      A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 03, 2013

      9 photos

      ... far to large resource-rich funds. During these travels, they stop on islands or coastal beaches to catch their breath, sufficient fortune means to subsist. They erected tents using essentially the masts, oars and sails of their canoes.The
      techniques of fisheries as well as the material, remained traditional
      even if sometimes the nylon NET replaced the one composed of baobab
      fibre, leste shellfish. The Harpoon, the Spades, ...

      "Welcome to Madagascar"

      A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Aug 29, 2013

      51 photos

      ... stayed in
      these small grass huts that just had a bed and a mosquito net. No electricity. At night you could hear the villagers singing and playing drums. To spend time in a local village like that was such an amazing and unique experience. The local kids loved to try and talk to you and would constantly bug you to take pictures of them. They definitely were not camera shy. The kids would start dancing and basically attacking me anytime I brought ...

      Get out of town before the sun goes down!

      A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 20, 2013

      1 photo

      ... with petrol and we had to pay for the two days it would take the boys to drive back to Morondava. Was it worth it? We think so. We’d managed to see quite a bit of Madagascar that others don’t and generally had a good experience. The west coast is extremely remote and has yet to see the benefits or otherwise of mass tourism. There is very little agriculture and they rely on fishing for their daily sustenance. The people are extremely ...

      Life's not always a bed of roses

      A travel blog entry by ngairephillips on Dec 14, 2012

      2 photos

      We set off early the next morning for a stint of snorkelling on the Rose Garden Reef. One of two protected reefs within the expansive Bay of Ranobe, the primary coral is the delicately formed "petals" characteristic of the large and aptly named Rose Coral. Measuring more than a metre across and around a metre high, it provides a range of micro-habitats for fish, invertebrates and algae alike. An impressively abundant and diverse fish fauna provided an excellent snorkelling ...