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Madagascar What To Do

Visit the Mikea people

Named after the local Mikea people, Mikea is home to traditional hunter-gatherers who live in small clans amongst the forested landscapes located just a few miles from the coast. By prior arrangement it may be possible to spend some time with these fascinating people in the company of a local interpreter, learning first-hand about lives, traditions and customs that have remained relatively unchanged for centuries.

Other things to do in Madagascar

Ankasy Lodge Activities

Madagascar's breathtaking western coastline provides a spectacular backdrop to some welcome rest and relaxation today. For the active, canoeing, boating, hiking and snorkelling is a must. Collect oysters on a boat excursion in the lagoon before tasting them in the restaurant with a cocktail. Alternatively, make use of the lodges’ facilities. Whether you are reading in the lounge area, lazing in the hammocks, indulging in a massage at the massage house or simply sun bathing on the beach, you are sure to find peace and tranquillity. Named after the local Mikea people, Mikea is home to traditional hunter-gatherers who live in small clans amongst the forested landscapes located just a few miles from the coast. By prior arrangement it may be possible to spend some time with these fascinating people in the company of a local interpreter, learning first-hand about lives, traditions and customs that have remained relatively unchanged for centuries.…

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