Inns in Nosy Be (Madagascar)
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Saka'Do Youth Hostel - Andilanana Road - Madagascar
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"Nosy Be is an expensive destination." This era is over with a Malagasy youth hostel service, ie offering the usual services with the local legendary hospitality.
They did not have an agreement but all chose the same rate overall, 10€ per night in a dorm room.
Unlike hotels which are over 140, and guest houses which turn in the 60, there are only 4 youth hostels in Nosy Be.
So the choice is made in relation to the location, knowing that I invite you to stay in these four hostels for 3-5 days each, so you will discover all Nosy Be
In Nosy Be, 2 categories of rooms are available:
- Dormitory, 4 to 15 people in the room according to the hostel
- Double room that each hostel offers in small numbers (2-3 rooms)
In guest house, check well for each if the bathroom is individual or common, both are possible.
There is not always a catering service but often a kitchen at your disposal every time. Knowing that in Nosy Be, there are always several gargotes and restaurants nearby if you prefer.
In any case I invite you to discover other restaurants on Nosy Be, there are good surprises to discover!
While I usually advise against going through hotel advice, youth hostels have the same points in common as guest houses. They often work with friends, acquaintances, local service providers in the area. So if they are not the best, they will probably be in the same style as your host in terms of atmosphere.
But if you want the best in a cool atmosphere I invite you to browse through this site once again for direct contacts on the pages of the service providers, who are in my opinion the best in their field on Nosy Be
Nosy Be remains the most popular destination in Madagascar, I advise you to book in advance if you do not want to be disappointed. From August to October, it is the high season, plan to book 2-3 months in advance!
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I see you coming, it's a big promotion and a scam, right?
In fact it's simple, Live Madagascar is not a booking site that takes commissions (like Booking.com for example) or a travel agency. This page was initially a simple blog on Nosy Be with tips I wanted to share because I have been living in Madagascar since 2006. Today, he has become a complete guide on the big island, but it remains a site I don't live on financially!
But why this website then?
- Provide information because Madagascar remains too "mysterious" for some people on how to get there or how to get around, what to do, what to discover etc.
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