Tsara Guest House

Address: Fianarantsoa, Madagascar | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in Fianarantsoa.
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        Travel Blogs from Fianarantsoa

        Black and white tails

        A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 07, 2015

        ... were cool! We ended up by a large lake, a bright blue kingfisher sitting on the edge. A small snake just under a tree - and suddenly it caught a frog! The frog blew itself up with air to stop itself being eaten. But it failed, over the next 10 minutes, the snake gradually swallowed the whole frog. Yuck. Then just up in the tree above us - two ring tailed lemurs!! They were so fluffy and cute!! They were squeaking as they ran around the branches just above us. A ...

        Up Andringitra!

        A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Nov 04, 2014

        15 photos

        ... We are told we cant do the Diavolana Trail, as we had planned, because we don't have enough time. I am sceptical as my research tells me otherwise! But we head out on the route they suggest, which takes in part of the Diavolana Trail, but stops at a closer camp for the night. The scenery is beautiful, we first make our way through the valley, amongst small villages, with the Tsaranoro Massif on one side and the mountains slopes of Pic Bobby ...

        The classic Ring Tailed Lemurs of Anja

        A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Nov 03, 2014

        1 comment, 33 photos

        ... so we hurry on into the park, to get a head start on them. For such a small park, there is a lot to see, The three towering boulder rocks create a beautiful setting above the trees of the forest. Our guide, Bruno, spots a Oustalit Chameleon, the second largest in Madagascar, a female first, followed by a male. We see some interesting Flatid Leaf Bugs on a tree branch that at first glance look like flowers. There are over 400 Ring Tailed Lemurs in this small park, so its ...

        A Nice Cup of Tea

        A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney on Jun 19, 2014

        21 photos

        ... at a deep blue lake for lunch.

        The next day the taxi-brousse journey which the guidebook suggested would take 4-5 hours took us 11 hours! So by the time we got here to Finar we were desperate for food and ended up with a huge pizza each (not exactly traditional Malagasy cuisine).

        Today was a very indulgent day visiting first Madagascar's tea plantation and then its Vineyard ...

        Retreat at Andringitra National Park

        A travel blog entry by annaguthrie on Mar 04, 2014

        36 photos

        ... to experience, who we are excited to see, and what we are nervous about. We talked about what we will miss about Madagsacar. I can hardly believe that we are just past the halfway point of our time here, and prior to retreat, spent a lot of time thinking about all these things. The team provided a great sounding board, allowing me to get these thoughts and feelings out so I can better focus on remaining in the present with my communities.

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