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Lot M30 rue de Havre - Ville Basse, Antalaha 206 Madagascar
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Lot M30 rue de Havre - Ville Basse, Antalaha 206 Madagascar
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Monika M wrote a review Nov 2014
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I have stayed at Vitasoa Hotel for 5 nights in a bungalow, next to reception. Rooms are spacious, basic, en-suite. There is a problem with a running water but this is a general problem of the town hence hotel cannot do anything about it. However they have a bucket full of water prepared for this situation. Same issue with electricity. Hotel staff is friendly, young and ready to solve any issues e.g. my mattress wasn't particularly comfy and they have changed it straight away with another one. They are also very knowledgeable about the area and have a guide association at hand, therefore can organize local guides/tours. Next door to the hotel, there is a restaurant, where you can dine at reasonable prices or perhaps to grab a bottle of water, if you don't fancy a walk to a shop. Location of the hotel is very good. Approx. 2 minutes walk from the beach, which is the soul of Antalaha. Locals gather here especially early morning, late afternoon, strolling around, playing football and other games and best of all when there is a wind, the entire area smells of Vanilla. In the town just by walking the streets, past market, you can find families harvesting Vanilla in their garden, preparing Vanilla on their porches. Hard working people but as Antalaha is known for very happy people. There are also Vanilla plantations on the outskirts. Also not to be missed when visiting Antalaha is to climb up to see a view of the town. It is worth it!
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Date of stay: October 2014
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MadagascarAntsiranana ProvinceAntalaha
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