Ifaty Beach Club
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- Shuttle bus service
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... can't see the forests for the needles.
Madagascar has had stability issues in the past and, as with most impoverished nations, you can't take your security for granted, but that said, I'm not sure why this island biosphere is not on more travel itineraries (in much the same way that the Galapagos is on numerous bucket lists). If that changes in the near term, it would certainly help the fortunes of the country itself (which is heavily reliant on tourism), and may go ...
... Cette pêche nomade est devenue plus
rare. Pour les Vezo, de nombreux esprits, dont ceux de
personnes noyées, errent dans la mer et il ne faut pas
pêcher plus que pour assurer ses besoins sous peine d'offenser les
dieux marins qui pourraient se venger en les privant de
poissons ou en provoquant un naufrage.
Pour le Vezo, la pirogue, un laka, est à la fois un équipement de
... fuss, without being "baba cool
nickname", which beat backpackers to life here!...
My choice 'B n'B ' fell on Peter Pan bungalow resort, run by two Italian friends fell in love with the corner since 2 years. Besides other transalpine relied a bit away, they have a PADI diving club.
One of the owners, explain me that we need to take one meal a day in theirHotel... and all other hotels in the village will work as well!Either I take the dinner at peter ...
... the better insured and it was also during many prospecting in the Bush that H.Petignat and his team were able to discover and describe new species.
Nice ride in the alleys of this extraordinary garden, very well maintained,
typical species of the South: Euphorbiaceae, pachypodium, and other succulent...
The arboretum includes a collection of more than 900 species of plants ofSouthwest of Madagascar, of which 90% are endemic to ...
... and truly our enemy, beating relentlessly against our now bronzed shoulders. After a short guided tour of the village with Bebe, in which we purchased pawpaw and mangoes for a belated breakfast, we headed back to our bungalow. The now usual battalion of sellers was at our doorstep. Relenting, we purchased some rather yummy peanut brittle biscuits. When one is faced only with the prospect of swimming, resting or eating, one realises one is really ...