Hotel La Petite Traversee
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Photos of Hotel La Petite Traversee
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Petite Traversee Ile Sainte-Marie (Nosy Boraha)
Travel Blogs from Ile Sainte-Marie (Nosy Boraha)
Arrived in Ambodifotatra and it was pouring, dark clouds ahead. This is a tender port which means we have to pile into tenders to get ashore. Rich and I watched the tenders bouncing around in the water and we were hoping the Captain would let us all go ashore. And, he did.
After breakfast we caught up with Rose and took one of the tenders in. The ride was fine and the clouds were not letting any ...
The ferry crossing to Ile Sainte Marie was the most horrendous 2 hour journey of my life! I felt like I was dying. There were lots of people, lots of sick buckets and the boat was on its side for a lot of the crossing. (Haven't yet decided whether I’m going to go back to the mainland tomorrow or live here for the rest of my life). It has been worth it though, because since we got a little pirogue to the ...
... 3km long island without roads, big buildings and tourists. This is a real Expedition Robinson island. Beautiful and rough beaches with overhanging palmtrees. Small lodges with just rare tourists.
We stayed at La Robinsonnade, great place only I think the owner lost his energy and prefers French guests. Really a pity. First nights we stayed in a simple bungalow and shared a cold water (with swampy smell because its water out a well) with locals and cockroaches. The ...
... le, j’ai vu des piroguiers s’en aller pêcher. Je fais ma toilette aux sons de la cascade et des oiseaux..Je décide de randonner vers la côte Est, le plus difficile c'est de trouver le début du chemin qui se transformera après en un sentier ..
Je parle à un couple de maraichers, les pieds dans la boue, nous parlons de tomates et de courges ..vraiment sympa les saints mariens..une femme plus loin, tresse des objets avec les feuilles de palmiers préalablement ...
... away from here and when walking there it is obvious that they are getting used to the white man. There are a few small shacks that sell handicrafts to tourists, and apparently there's a 5-star hotel being built on the middle-sized island. I'm glad we came now because i've a feeling this place will be packed with tourists in a few years.
La Petit Traverse is the name of the place we have rooms during our stay. It's run by Oki, a South-African bear of a man. He is ...