Tsara Komba Lodge

Madagascar / Nosy Be

The Tsara Komba Lodge is located on Nosy Komba island, "the islands of lemurs", the most beautiful islands in the archipelago of Nosy Be, north-west of Madagascar and 30 minutes by boat from Nosy Be. At the heart of a fabulous biodiversity, Tsara Komba Lodge is a haven of peace and beauty where travels are on foot or by canoe. Nosy Komba is an extinct volcano covered with a lush forest .... Tsara Komba Lodge is embedded in the heart of a tropical botanical garden The Eden Garden and backed by a private nature reserve where lemurs bloom, butterflies, eagles, humming birds, chameleons, lizards ... many endemic species, plant or animal of fruit trees, fragrant plants, colorful and fragrant flowers that contribute to the extraordinary beauty of the place. An organic vegetable garden of about 300 m2 also a daily harvest of vegetables and herbs. The Baobab Nursery, who watches over the growth of babies and Pachypodium Baobabs, is also part of this eco-paradise preserved, while a sandy beach bordered by a cobalt blue water lies at the foot of translucent lodges. The hotel is composed of eight lodges and a main lodge The Divine House which houses the restaurant, bar and lounges, terraces. All lodges have a beautiful terrace with sofas, armchairs and coffee table, overlooking the beach, the bay and offers breathtaking views of beauty. Each lodge is isolated from the others by the extraordinary vegetation that provides privacy for guests. The table Tsara Komba Lodge is one of the most famous of Madagascar. The Slow Food-inspired cuisine, is a special place to fish and fresh local produce by mixing spices, perfumes and flavors of the East and West. The French chef is a true artisan flavors, which also grows its own organic vegetable garden which are harvested every day of vegetables, herbs and spices. The Tsara Komba offers luxury Kind: maintaining a balance between environment, economy and society in a spirit and with behaviors resolutely turned to Ecology. Specifically, Tsara Komba respects and protects the environment for today and tomorrow, everyone can enjoy the unique biodiversity of this region.