Le Soleil des Tsingy
Close to Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park in western Madagascar lies Le Soleil des Tsingy, a boutique lodge comprised of 17 spacious bungalows. Guests can spot unique flora and fauna in over 20 hectares of private land before relaxing by the pool.
Just 17 bungalows allow for a private and secluded stay
Surrounded by over 20 hectares of private land, perfect for spotting a variety of flora and fauna
An eco-friendly lodge made with local, natural materials and hand-made furnishings
Close to the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, its impressive limestone formations and incredible scenery
Located close to the magnificent limestone formations within Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, Le Soleil des Tsingy is an eco-friendly lodge in the most peaceful of settings. Surrounded by over 20 hectares of land, this is the perfect base from which to explore the fascinating flora and fauna of Madagascar.
With just 17 bungalows, guests at Le Soleil des Tsingy are offered a private and secluded experience. Each bungalow provides en-suite facilities and has its own terrace, allowing guests to relax and admire the views. Constructed with local, natural materials such as the stone basins, the wooden bungalows are complete with hand-made furnishings and decorations, ensuring Le Soleil des Tsingy feels at one with its surroundings.
There are several communal areas at Le Soleil des Tsingy, including a comfortable lounge, and pool room complete with board games. Outside, a large terrace offers views of the canopy below, with a 15-metre pool in which guests can unwind after a day of exploring the surrounding area. Meals at Le Soleil des Tsingy are taken in the main lodge, and the dishes served are a creative blend of traditional Malagasy and European cuisines.
Thanks to its location, there are plenty of activities on offer around Le Soleil des Tsingy. Guests are able to explore the nearby limestone karsts of Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Perfect for trekking through impressive gorges, forest and waterfalls, this area is also home to several varieties of lemur. Keep an eye out for some of the rarer species, or alternatively enjoy a trip in a traditional dugout canoe along the Manambolo River.
When to visit
Enjoy a swim at sunset and watch the sunset behind the escarpment