Tamboho Hotel

Centrally located in the business district of Ankorondrano. This new modern hotel offers comfortable accommodation with private modern bathroom. Rooms are air – conditioned and have satellite flat screen TV, safe and tea / coffee facilities. There are complimentary bottles of water and soft drinks located in fridges in the corridors, but no minibar in the rooms. The hotel has a small outdoor heated swimming pool, a bar and a lovely la carte restaurant serving mostly European cuisine. The rooms are spread over 3 floors and can only accessed by staircases as there is no lift in the hotel. Opposite the hotel, is Tana waterfront; a small modern shopping centre with boutique shops and cafes.

This hotel is a good choice for those with an interest in birds as the lake at the back of the property is a good spot to see several commoner wetland species such as red-billed teal, whistling ducks, egrets, herons, and Madagascar kingfishers, kestrels and manakins.

 

 

Facilities

There is an a la carte restaurant, outdoor heated swimming pool in the garden and Wi-Fi throughout the property. The rooms feature satellite flat screen TV, air-conditioning, safety deposit box and direct dial telephone.

Ian Loyd
Area Specialist

A good choice for those interested in birdwatching as the lake behind the hotel attracts many wetland birds.

 

 

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Number of rooms

30

Air Conditioning

Yes

Swimming Pool

Yes

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Tamboho Hotel -18.891703, 47.526676

It was lovely to meet Helen face-to-face and to devise the ideal trip with her – her enthusiasm for Madagascar certainly confirmed us in our choice of destination. Enthusiastic and knowledgeable guides, seemed genuinely interested in their work and in interacting with tourists. Invaluable in spotting wildlife and discussing uses of local medicinal plants. [Our escort guide] was a delightful companion on our journey in Madagascar and very solicitous of our welfare. We were thrilled by the wildlife. Without the keen insight and knowledge of our guides we would certainly have failed to spot the giraffe-necked weevil and stick insects. The night walks were very productive – several mouse lemurs. The first sight of indris was an especial thrill as was the sight of a sleeping mouse lemur in broad daylight. Perhaps the most rewarding experience occurred when the lemurs came to us – six ring-tailed lemurs in Isalo, sifakas on the balcony in Anjajavy, flocks of grey-headed lovebirds on the lawn at breakfast. An excellent tour which gave us a good insight into the wildlife and potential conservation issues in Madagascar. We had opportunities to visit local communities. We were most impressed by the efficiency in ensuring a trouble-free and very enjoyable time in Madagascar. Our tour leader and driver were delightful and very hard working. We shall certainly look forward to booking a further tour with you.

Mr & Mrs V - Ashprington, Devon