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Petit Relais Lodge sits in an idyllic location, on a pristine white sand beach on the north shore of the Bay of Antongil. The eight spacious bungalows and restaurant overlook the beautiful bay, with the rainforest covered slopes of Masoala National Park riding behind.

The detached bungalows are built from local materials that blend harmoniously with the surrounding. Seven bungalows each have two queen-sized canopied double beds, with one bungalow having one king-sized double bed. All have large ‘open-plan’ bathroom / showers and open verandas looking out to sea.

The lodge is situated right next to the main trail leading into one of the best areas of Masoala National Park and both red ruffed and white-fronted brown lemurs are often seen and heard from the lodge. The beautiful beach and warm crystal sea offer superb relaxation and swimming after trekking in the rainforest.
 

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Wildlife trips

This accommodation is featured in the following itinerary:

An Island Apart

Enjoy taking in Madagascar’s extraordinary habitats and unique wildlife on this specialist trip. Travelling with acclaimed wildlife photographer, Nick Garbutt, spend time tracking endangered golden-crowned sifakas, gorgeous diademed sifakas and colourful chameleons in lush, verdant rainforest.

  • When to go: Sep-Nov
  • Duration inc. flights: 21 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £6,795 pp
  • Trip type: Group tour
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Masoala National Park

The Masoala Peninsula supports the largest area of lowland rainforest in Madagascar, and the greatest number of species. The mountain and valley cloaked primary forest borders the Bay of Antongil and is home to several rare birds and the last refuge of the red-ruffed lemur, one of the country's largest primates.

  • Where: Sava Region
  • Ideal for viewing: Bernier’s vanga, eastern woolly lemur, helmet vanga, panther chameleon, red-ruffed lemur
  • Excellent for: Photography tours with Nick Garbutt