- Located on Nosy Kely beach
- Delicious seafood
- Self-contained bungalows and chalets
- Helpful, smiling staff
- Range of excursions available
Open: Chez Maggie is open all year.
Location: The hotel is on Nosy Kely beach in Morondava, on the west coast of Madagascar. There is an airport in Morondava.
Rooms: There are 8 bungalows and 2 2-storey chalets, an upstairs apartment and the captain’s cabin, all located in the gardens. 5 of the bungalows (36sqm) have 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, lounge and a terrace. There are 3 smaller (26sqm) bungalows with 1 bedroom each, a bathroom and a small terrace. The precise layout for each bungalow varies slightly. Chalets (34sqm) have a large sitting room with 2 sofa beds, a bathroom with a shower on the ground floor, and a bedroom with balcony upstairs. The apartment has a double bedroom, bathroom and small balcony. The captain’s cabin (42sqm) has a double bedroom, sitting room with 2 sofa beds suitable for children, smaller sitting room, and bathroom with both bath and shower.
Activities: Relaxing on the beach and by the pool. Staff can arrange local excursions to places such as Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, Kirindy Forest and the Avenue of Baobabs. Other activities available include sailboat cruises, snorkelling and diving.
Facilities: Le Masoandro Restaurant is a large round building with a thatched roof and contains a bar on one side. Outside the hotel has garden full of trees and flowers, and an outdoor swimming pool with a small wooden deck and deck chairs.
Dining: Enjoy fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and especially fish in the restaurant, and the menu includes some house specialities such as barbecued prawns. Meals are served at individual tables.
Children: Children of all ages are welcome.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is Wi-Fi internet access.
The Tribes Foundation
Simply by booking with Tribes, you are making a difference. Every booking helps with The Tribes Foundation, the charity we back with admin and funds. Most clients give additional donations which we always put to very good use with one of the wildlife, environmental or social projects we support.