Madagascar Accommodation,
Northern Madagascar

Tsara Komba Lodge


Located on the side of the hill in the sheltered south of Nosy Komba island, the owner-operated Tsara Komba Lodge is a boutique hotel offering spacious and stylish accommodation in eight private bungalows (six with one bedroom, two with two bedrooms) set within colourful gardens, each with en-suite bathroom, safety box and large terrace overlooking the private beach and sea. The main building contains a sitting room and restaurant with panoramic views of the bay serving a variety of well-cooked local and international dishes.

Tsara Komba Lodge is a peaceful and stylish getaway, ideal for swimming off the beach or just relaxing in your spacious and tasteful bungalow, watching out for dolphins and whales offshore. Boat trips can be arranged to the nearby big island of Nosy Be (only 20 minutes away by boat), Nosy Tanikely for snorkelling and other further islands such as Nosy Iranja and Nosy Tsarabanjina in the Radama or Mitsio archipelagos. If you’re feeling energetic, it is possible to hike on Nosy Komba with a chance to see wild black lemurs and other wildlife, or you might like to take an excursion to Lokobe Nature Reserve on Nosy Be, or hike at Russian Bay on the mainland. Scuba diving can be arranged easily with companies from Nosy Be.

Many inclusive activities available from snorkelling, pirogue/canoe trips, badminton, beach volleyball, beach racket ball, Frisbees, fishing, parlour games and library.


Restaurant, bar, lounge, en suite bathrooms, four-star poster beds with mosquito nets, room service, massage service, laundry service, safety deposit boxes, sun terrace facing the sea.

Local Wildlife

Humpback whale, bottlenose, spinner and Indo-Pacific humpbacked dolphins, black lemur, panther chameleon, Brookesia minima – the smallest chameleon in the world.

Optional Activities

Scuba diving, snorkelling, boat trips to nearby Nosy Be, Nosy Tanikely, Mitsio and Radama archipelagos, Lokobe Nature Reserve, Nosy Be colourful markets, wildlife walks.

Claire Pote

Area Specialist

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.

Mr & Mrs S - Chichester