Madagascar Accommodation,
Southern Madagascar

Moringa Hotel

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Conveniently located in the center of Tulear, close to the airport, the Moringa Hotel is a lovely relaxing option for exploring the city or a stop-over at the beginning or end of a trip.Situated in a lovely stone building with wrap-around verandas, each of the 28 rooms has its own ensuite bathroom and private balcony area. There is a gourmet restaurant on the upper floor, as well as a snack bar downstairs, catering for all culinary needs. of course, being so close to the city it is also easy for guests to sample authentic local foods. Th spa is partnered with Brigitte Spa, ensuring highly qualified staff and a range of available treatments.

Owned and run by the ‘Le Relais Hotels’ group, Moringa follows in their community and environmental ethics policy. Their principle aim is to develop sustainable tourism in Madagascar, giving local and potentially disadvantaged people the chance to be trained in hospitality roles, and integrate themselves into the tourism industry. Environmentally speaking, the hotel uses local and fairly traded organic produce, progressive ecological training of employees, local residents and students and use of materials which protect the environment.

Facilities

Rooms have coffee machine, mini bar, international TV, air conditioning, private balcony. Gastronomic restaurant, snack bar and terrace, free WIFI throughout the hotel, lounge room with projector, pool table, garden and spa/wellness center.

Optional Activities

Explore the city, relax on your private veranda or enjoy a relaxing spa treatment.

Alan Godwin

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Madagascar tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Large variety of lemurs, indri and sifakas in different surroundings. Watching families leaping from tree to tree was enthralling. Chameleons, from a two day old hatchling to larger ones displaying their unusual movements was captivating. Beautiful and unusual birds in a variety of habitats. Watching a kingfisher wait, catch and then consume a large crab was a highlight.

MR PG & MRS AG