The ideal time is between April and December. The roads are then more or less dry and easier for driving.
Fly to Morondava city by Air Madagascar-Tsaradia. Then take the RN 8A leading to Belo/Tsiribihina. At the village of Ampataka, cross the mangrove swamp by foot to reach the pier and take a pirogue or a speedboat to the peninsula. A journey of about 3 hours. Another option is to take a canoe or speedboat directly from Morondava to the Bosy peninsula. Allow between 2 to 5 hours, depending on the tide level.
Equip yourself with camping kit for a unique stay in a natural environment. Don't forget the mosquito repellent lotion. If you choose to spend the night at Morondava, book at Chez Palissandre Côte Ouest, at Vezo Hôtel, at Le Lagon Bleu or at Hotel Renala.
Prepare a picnic basket for a visit to the Bosy peninsula or taste the dishes prepared by the local population or those in charge of the fokontany. The locals are very welcoming.
In addition to seaside tourism, take the opportunity to visit the Kirindy reserve nearby. Don't miss the sunset in the alley of baobabs on your return. A magic moment!
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