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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        • Swimming pool
        • Outdoor pool
        • Beach
        • Bar/lounge


        • Breakfast Available
        • Non-smoking rooms
        • Reduced mobility rooms
        • Wheelchair accessibility


        • Airport Transportation
        • Concierge desk
        • Banquet room
        • Kids activities or Babysitting

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        Travel Blogs from Ifaty

        Embarrassingly luxurious

        A travel blog entry by andysblog on Oct 05, 2015

        4 photos

        ... dry conditions and populated by birds found nowhere else on earth. The hierarchy of tour guides runs along the following lines: national tourguide - local tourguide - reserve tourguide and then specialists on birds, plants, lemurs etc within the last category. There are also drivers. So, for every reserve we are taken there by our driver and his senior, the main tourguide, who looks after us at the hotels, airports and reserves where he then defers to the ...

        Day 11-13

        A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Sep 17, 2015

        ... like they are upside down. The ones we saw were 700-800 years old. Amazing! The roots go out 50 meters, but only 3 meters deep for a 12 meter tree. Tomorrow we go to the spiny forest so we will see and learn a lot more. The forest and the lemurs are quite close to the highway, so every once in a while you could hear the sounds of the passing cars. A gentle reminder of how civilization has encroached on nature. And on that thought I shall take a brief ...

        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

        ... moyen de transport et, durant leur migration, une demeure
        également. Les
        enfants se fabriquent comme jouets des pirogues en miniature. Ils
        utilisent une pirogue traditionnelle d'origine indonésienne
        témoignant des racines lointaines de l'ethnie.


        the southwest coast of Madagascar lives ...

        "Welcome to Madagascar"

        A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Aug 29, 2013

        51 photos

        ... The lobster would hide under rocks and you would look for their tentacles sticking out. Spearing them was insanely difficult and I didn't manage to get any. The local guys managed to get probably 25 pounds. Show offs. I did manage to spear 1 fish and felt pretty bad ass when I came up to the boat with it. I was pretty proud of myself until I found out that that particular fish can sometimes be deadly if you eat it. Dammit! The locals get 25 pounds ...