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Madagascar

Masoala Forest Lodge

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A private lodge peeking out of the vibrant rainforest, Masoala Forest Lodge immerses guests in Madagascar’s unique beauty—both on land and at sea.

With accommodations for only fourteen guests in seven stilted treehouses, Masoala Forest lodge offers intimate access to scenic beaches right outside each guest room. Each elevated treehouse is tucked into the forest and opens directly onto a secluded shore. A seating area underneath the treehouse and a hammock on the elevated balcony outside the room offer varied spaces to relax. Open air communal areas let guests mingle with one another over dinner and drinks.

Located on a bay in northeastern Madagascar, the lodge is part of a 25-acre private forest reserve. Unlike Madagascar’s national parks, this reserve allows exploration of extensive forest trails without the need of a guide. The dense forest surrounding the lodge is full of wildlife, including eleven lemur species, countless birds, and even aye-aye and leaf-tail geckos. Some of the best wildlife viewing takes place on the lodge’s unique nighttime forest walks, featuring many active nocturnal animals.

Masoala Forest Lodge has a variety of activities on the grounds and beyond. Water activities include kayaking along the coastline, snorkeling in the reefs, and fishing in the ocean and streams. Forest walks are the best way to learn about the flora and fauna of Madagascar. Trips to nearby Nosy Mangabe offer even better wildlife viewing. A short walk from the lodge is the local village of Ambordiforaha where guests can learn about local culture and traditions. The spa tent is located on a private beach, and guests can enjoy a peaceful massage. A deck overlooking the ocean is the perfect spot for a seaside yoga session or whale watching.

The two thatched communal areas, when not serving expertly prepared and locally sourced meals, have comfortable seating and an extensive library open to all guests to enjoy and relax in. The lodge is committed to wildlife and forest conservation, working with national conservation groups, while supporting the local community through training programs.

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Madagascar

Masoala Forest Lodge

PLAN MY TRIP

A private lodge peeking out of the vibrant rainforest, Masoala Forest Lodge immerses guests in Madagascar’s unique beauty—both on land and at sea.

With accommodations for only fourteen guests in seven stilted treehouses, Masoala Forest lodge offers intimate access to scenic beaches right outside each guest room. Each elevated treehouse is tucked into the forest and opens directly onto a secluded shore. A seating area underneath the treehouse and a hammock on the elevated balcony outside the room offer varied spaces to relax. Open air communal areas let guests mingle with one another over dinner and drinks.

Located on a bay in northeastern Madagascar, the lodge is part of a 25-acre private forest reserve. Unlike Madagascar’s national parks, this reserve allows exploration of extensive forest trails without the need of a guide. The dense forest surrounding the lodge is full of wildlife, including eleven lemur species, countless birds, and even aye-aye and leaf-tail geckos. Some of the best wildlife viewing takes place on the lodge’s unique nighttime forest walks, featuring many active nocturnal animals.

Masoala Forest Lodge has a variety of activities on the grounds and beyond. Water activities include kayaking along the coastline, snorkeling in the reefs, and fishing in the ocean and streams. Forest walks are the best way to learn about the flora and fauna of Madagascar. Trips to nearby Nosy Mangabe offer even better wildlife viewing. A short walk from the lodge is the local village of Ambordiforaha where guests can learn about local culture and traditions. The spa tent is located on a private beach, and guests can enjoy a peaceful massage. A deck overlooking the ocean is the perfect spot for a seaside yoga session or whale watching.

The two thatched communal areas, when not serving expertly prepared and locally sourced meals, have comfortable seating and an extensive library open to all guests to enjoy and relax in. The lodge is committed to wildlife and forest conservation, working with national conservation groups, while supporting the local community through training programs.

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts
Journeys

Coming soon!