Belo-sur-Mer is one of the regions in Madagascar where it is hot all year around. The rainy season is between December and January. Temperatures oscillate between 30° C and 33° C. To spend pleasant moments in this city of the Menabe region, plan your travel there between May and September.
The fastest way to get to Belo-sur-Mer from Morondava is by sea. Along the coast of the Mozambique Channel, you will reach your destination after 3 to 4 hours. Between July and September, you are likely to have dolphins or humpback whales as traveling companions. In dry season, the Morondava-Belo-sur-Mer trip, 600 km long and on an off-road vehicle, can be interesting.
For your nights in Belo-sur-Mer, stay at the Ecolodge du Menabe to replenish your energy. Hotel Entremer** and Hotel the Dauphin Vezo also have quality structures able to meet your requirements. Ampanatera Village Camp will be delighted to welcome you in an authentic setting.
You will eat well at your hotel. Order cooked dishes with freshly caught seafood.
After your series of discoveries in Belo-sur-Mer, ask your guide to take you to Ankevo-sur-Mer, another very popular fishermen village for its dream beaches and diving spots! The coral reef draws colorful underwater scenery along the coast. Then go through the dunes of Manahy to express your talent as a photographer. The Kirindy Mitea forest with its legendary baobabs is a must in the region.
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