Antoremba Lodge is a charming beach front hotel situated on a private beach facing the island of Nosy Be, in Northwest Madagascar. Comprising seven bungalow rooms, and a large main bungalow on the sea front, the lodge blends seamlessly into the wild surroundings due to the use of beautiful woods and traditional materials in the construction of the rooms.
The seven bungalows are all sea-facing, with private decking overlooking the white-sand beach. The interior is bright and airy, with great ventilation and a charming atmosphere. the principle bungalow is home to the restaurant, in which guests can feast on simple yet delicious local cuisine. The chefs aim to mix tradition and innovation to showcase local, fresh and seasonal ingredients. The bar and lounge area are a great place to relax, with board games, music and a variety of cocktails and other beverages.
Due to its prime seafront location, many water-based activities are on offer at the lodge. Excursions and activities can be tailored to suit individual needs or preferences, and can include diving, snorkelling, fishing, whale watching, and boat trips. Alternatively, there are many land based attractions to enjoy within the area, such as visiting Nosy Be, many local traditional villages, or a tour of the primary forest in the Lokobe Reserve.
Each bungalow has a beach front terrace, Italian-style shower and toilets, double beds, hot water, ventilation and electricity provided 24 hours by solar power. Restaurant, bar, lounge, free WIFI space, board games, fitness center and massage area.
Diving, snorkelling, fishing, whale watching (September-November), boat and catamaran trips, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. Guided forest walks are available on site, and excursions can be arranged to Mamoko, Nosy Komba, Plantation Millot, Sambirano valley, Nosy Be and Lokobe Reserve.
If you have any questions regarding our Madagascar tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965
Loved it all! 17 species of lemurs, loads of reptiles and endemic birds. Did masses of photography. Highlights included male giraffe necked weevil, witnessing an indri howling and Verreauxs sifakas jumping through the trees in gorgeous early morning light. [Our guide] was great as were local guides. Very happy with the itinerary. We wanted it to be a wildlife holiday as that is our primary interest, but found the landscape variety and tribal dimensions very rewarding too.