Isalo Rock Lodge Madagascar

Address: 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

        Allee Des Baobabs

        A travel blog entry by bjcourtis74 on Sep 03, 2014

        8 photos

        ... Shrimp meal in Belo... The best food I have had in Madagascar... Beautiful and photogenic though it is, the number of stalls, and boys with Chameleons on sticks and well the actual number of trees means in my view the Allee des Baobabs may be a little over hyped... Though with a THB or two it was good to watch the sunset behind the ...

        Tsingy de Bemaraha

        A travel blog entry by bjcourtis74 on Sep 02, 2014

        18 photos

        When I was first thinking about travelling again and what I wanted to see Tsingy was high up on the list due to the David Attenborough commentary, and having bought my usual guide book on Madagascar and seen the photographs it became a must. Having travelled for four days from Tana to get here I was hoping it would amaze... First up was the small Tsingy and another canoe trip complete with visits ...

        Numb bum after two days in a pirogue

        A travel blog entry by bjcourtis74 on Aug 31, 2014

        10 photos

        ... then a cry of Fazar would spread in quick succession between all the kids in the village, followed by cries for Bon Bon, Plastic or Eau Vie.... The plastic Eau Vie bottles being a valuable commodity in the area as the villagers use them for all sorts. From the outside western eye of traffic jams, boring meetings may seem idilic, until you actually think about it for a bit, a subsistence lifestyle is all well and good whilst the gods favour you. A lovely salad lunch ...

        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 ...