Mantadia Lodge


A Private and Rejuvenating Escape

Deep within the wilds of magical Madagascar lies the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and connect with something bigger than yourself. 

At this unique destination, guests can enjoy the best of both worlds: world-class luxury plus untamed nature and expansive freedom. 

Adventurers to Madagascar need look no further than the tranquility and spaciousness of Mantadia Lodge. Set on a hillside above the village of Andasibe, the lodge is inspired by the stretching mountains on which it rests, it is a welcoming oasis from which to admire the wild beauty of the surroundings, including the lush eucalyptus forest that is home to some of Madagascar’s spectacular wildlife! 

Where Nature Meets Luxury

The most luxurious hotel in Andasibe, Mantadia Lodge boasts sumptuous rooms and impeccable service that will make your stay unforgettable.

The lodge’s unrivalled location on the edge of the Andasibe National Park offers easy access to the exquisite flora and fauna of the area. 

In spite of its remoteness, every thoughtful detail has been carefully curated to enhance your experience, from the small comforts to the panoramic forest views. Talk about both feeling at home and wonderfully disconnected! 

The chic, modern accommodation comprises 23 rooms and suites, including 4 family rooms which each sport a private terrace for unparalleled sunset views!

Blending harmoniously with the surrounding forest and bush, the villas have been designed as havens of privacy and tranquility. 

Just imagine gently waking up to the sound of birdsong and Indri lemurs as you step out onto your private terrace to sip on your delicious coffee and watch the mist rise over the tropical forest…

With a number of different accommodation offerings, there is something for every type of traveller. Options include Bungalow Double, Bungalow Twin, Bungalow Triple, Suite Mantadia and Family Suite configurations – each with a unique setup, depending on your needs and preferences. 


Relax & Rejuvenate

Nestled above the forest, the Herbal Spa at Mantadia Lodge is an oasis of restoration and calm. 

Surrender to the healing hands and botanical blends of pure essential oils made in Madagascar as you relax and restore in natural tranquility. 

Guests can indulge in a selection of rejuvenating spa treatments at any time of day – from organic facials to massages, wraps and scrubs – all complemented with natural products made locally with endemic plants from the Andasibe region. 

Explore the Lodge and Beyond

Within the oasis of Mantadia, guests can dine at the restaurant, and sip on cocktails at the bar. Inspired by modern African hospitality, the restaurant serves a buffet breakfast, lunch and à la carte dinner every day in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The terrace overlooks the valley and offers a privileged place to watch the sunrise at breakfast. It is also the ideal place for an aperitif at sunset over Andasibe Park, and the veranda and small lounge are perfect for a romantic dinner or an intimate group meal. Wherever you choose to dine, you’ll no doubt enjoy the deliciously fragrant cuisine made mostly from local, organic ingredients. And at night, the bar will welcome you to get cosy and festive around a wood fire after a long day of safari fun…

When not indulging in spa treatments, wellness-seekers can relax at the infinity pool, which overlooks the surrounding forest and rice fields. There is also a unique yoga pavilion with an incredible platform set in the forest on the hillside, offering breathtaking views of the landscapes beyond. The lodge offers regular retreats and programs led by guest yogis all year round. 

And then, of course, a world of adventure awaits just a stone’s throw from the comfort of the lodge…

Explore the famous Andasibe-Mantadia National park; spot the unique Indri lemurs; go on a guided walk or mountain biking expedition; visit the Analamazaotra Forest Station; shop for sought-after Madagascan natural silk; or even brave a night walking safari! 


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