Isalo Rock Lodge Madagascar

Sandstone Mountains, Isalo, Madagascar | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Sandstone Mountains, Isalo.
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    Travel Blogs from Isalo

    Tiptoe through Tsingy

    A travel blog entry by annaguthrie on Jul 10, 2014

    14 photos

    ... two ferry crossings, which were very exciting! A Malagasy ferry is a lot of planks of wood connected to two canoes with motors. To load these particular ferries, our driver had to either maneuver the car down a very steep hill or drive into the river a bit and then onto two metal strips placed about the width of the tires. He had some skills! Our first ferry motored slowly up the river for a couple of kilometers. The engine of the second ferry ...

    Mark & Joy meets Madagascar!

    A travel blog entry by markjoy on Nov 02, 2013

    54 photos

    ... hut with electricity from 5 to 10pm and shared showers like on a camping. 17000ar is +/- €7 per night, perfect!

    Tsingy day! 17k and 2 hours later we arrived at the Big Tsingy area, noy much more then a parking under the tree and a information board. Our guide Nayna helped us in our climbing belt so we we ready to go for a 4 hour trekking climbing and crawling.
    This wonder of nature is discovered in 1975 (good year!) and accessible since 15 ...

    Where The Sky Has Legs

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 14, 2013

    12 photos

    ... had done..As the sun set, the light was magnificent and the cameras clicked wildly. It was pretty hard to take a bad shot except for the fact there was a 100 or so tourists wandering in an around each others views. After a while I started to play with the features on my camera resulting in some very interesting effects. We hung around until almost dark before heading onto Morondava itself.

    We managed to find a couple of rooms at the Oasis, a ...

    Headed to the River

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 08, 2013

    8 photos

    ... waved at them.

    The van had big windows so I relaxed back in the seat and enjoyed the agricultural scenes. People were planting and threshing rice which is the main staple in Malagasy cuisine. Grain dried on the side of the road and women walked slowly along the road carrying large burdens on their heads. Washing is done in muddy streams and laid out to dry on the fields resulting in a patchwork of colours against the green. ...

    Isalo National Park

    A travel blog entry by sranmal on Oct 07, 2011

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... of mornings per week. Since one of those mornings would coincide with my visit, I thought I might as well pay it a visit.

    We stopped off in Fianar on the way, the only place where I would have access to an ATM before hitting Tulear on the southwest coast in 4 days time. I spent nearly an hour waiting to get some money out. There was a queue because the ATM kept on crashing after every couple of uses. It would then take 10-15 minutes to reboot ...