Mantadia Lodge

Situated on a hill, over 100 meters above sea level, Mantadia Lodge overlooks the vast forest and hilly landscape of Madagascar. In the middle of the untouched nature of Andasibe National Park, you can enjoy peace and relaxation and experience real adventures that contribute to an unforgettable journey. Warm hospitality, maximum comfort and first-class design are the hallmarks of Mantadia Lodge.


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    from 65 € per person/night

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    Best time to travel

    April - November


25 rooms are located in the bungalows of Mantadia Lodge, all of which offer a wonderful view of the green surroundings. The rooms each have their own terrace where you can spend relaxing afternoons. The living area conveys a cozy atmosphere, which is enhanced in winter by the use of the private wood-burning stove.
Schlafzimmer mit bodentiefen Fenstern
Wohnbereich mit Sofa und Beistelltischen


The restaurant at Mantadia Lodge also offers breathtaking views, with large windows and a terrace overlooking the surrounding countryside. An excellent breakfast is served here every day. The kitchen team also conjures up a fusion of local cuisine with international elements for guests at lunchtime and in the evening.
Restaurant mit gedeckten Tischen
Restaurant am Abend


Mantadia Lodge is located on a hill in Andasibe National Park on the African island of Madagascar. Thanks to its elevated position, you can enjoy a fascinating view of the surrounding forest landscape here, 150 kilometers east of the island's capital Antananarivo.
Haus auf einem Hügel mit Blick auf die Waldlandschaft
Luftaufnahme einer Lodge im Wald


The lodge has a fantastic infinity pool, right on the edge of the mountain. There are also two massage rooms where you can indulge in a variety of treatments using only natural products from the island to provide guests with the ultimate relaxation experience. Andasibe National Park is home to many of Madagascar's unique animal and plant species that should not be missed. Many rare and endangered species, including eleven lemur species, live in the national park and can be discovered on tours and hikes.
Infinity-Edge Pool mit Blick in die Ferne
Raum mit zwei Loungestühlen

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