Iharana Bush Camp is the most unusual bush encampment in Madagascar: Here, the synthetic tents are replaced by beautiful natural structures in mud. The rooms are actually eight "cottages" or "cabanas". The "organic" architecture is inspired by traditional Malagasy housing. The combination of materials gives the camp a very original character, in complete harmony with its environment. The bush camp is located at the edge of a lake, facing a massive Tsingys, not far from the Mahavavy river.
Water is saved; we use solar energy for lighting, we try to manage waste as intelligently as possible, we prioritize the recruitment and training of local employees. We try to promote the discovery and understanding of the local culture: some activities are proposed to meet the communities. In everyday life we favor an attitude of humility, simplicity, discretion, prerequisites required to promote exchanges; and respect the habits and customs of the people who welcome us.
One euro per night is allocated to a community assistance fund (financing of micro-projects, support for schools and dispensaries, development of natural sites ...)