Parc National d'Andasibe-Mantadia with its 12,810ha encompasses two distinct areas: the small Réserve Spéciale d'Analamazaotra (often referred to as Périnet, its colonial-era name, or simply as the Indri Reserve) in the south by Andasibe and the much larger Parc National de Mantadia to the north. The park is easily accessed from Antananarivo and is a popular stop on tourist itineraries. If you have come to Madagascar hoping to marvel at some exotic flora and fauna whilst being fully immersed in nature then a trip to the park is a must.Read More
If you are planning a Andasibe holiday, have a look at some of the accommodation that we recommend. 'Our Rating' indicates how we feel each property rates according to normal Western hotel standards. 'Local Rating' indicates how the property is categorised/rated locally:
Grace Lodge Andasibe
Grace Lodge has spacious bungalows with a small deck outside, modern ensuite facilities and comfortable furnishings. The hotel's restaurant serves an excellent selection of French, Chinese and Malagasy cuisines, which can be eaten in the dining hall or outside on the deck. The hotel also has an outdoor swimming pool where guests can take a dip to cool off from the fierce African heat. The hotel is a few metres from the entrance of Andasibe National Park.