The annual temperature is of 23°C.The best time is from June to October. This is the season when rare plant species bloom and the best time to observe whales and sea turtles.
The fastest way is to catch a flight from Antananarivo to Fort-Dauphin. Afterwards, continue by private car or bush taxi to the Manombo reserve.
There is no shortage of hotels in Farafangana. You can go to the "Austral Hotel" or to the "Coconut Trees" which offers a full pension service.
The restaurant "Le Cucbre Masqué" has never disappointed its guests (delicious zebu steak speciality). Typical Malagasy cuisine is available in several venues.
The Manombo Special Reserve is well-stocked. It contains 8 species of lemurs (5 nocturnal and 3 diurnal), 34 species of ferns and trees with medical properties. The sight from the beach is exceptional when sea turtles and whales can be spotted.
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