You also go to Vinanibe for nautical activities. For most experienced surfers, waves that caress the beaches of this coastal village are suitable for surfing, windsurfing and fly surfing. If you lack experience in this area, you can always practice sand surfing on the dunes of Lake Vinanibe.
With its dry savannah climate, Fort-Dauphin and its surroundings are ideally visited between June and November. During this period, precipitation is low and temperatures are more pleasant.
From the Malagasy capital, taxi-bush companies provide the Antananarivo-Fort-Dauphin route for a journey of just over two days. There are domestic flights that will allow you to reach this destination faster. You can then rent a car to get to Vinanibe located about 7 km from the city center.
The town of Fort-Dauphin offers many choices. Addresses like Hotel Talinjoo, Hotel Lavasoa, Azura hotel & spa and Kaleta Hotel provide quality services.
Book your meals at the Mirana Restaurant or Coco Beach. Hotel Le Dauphin also offers varied and succulent dishes. Otherwise, plan a packed lunch to fully enjoy your relaxing interlude in Vinanibe.
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