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Hotel Fort-Dauphin

Hotel Fort-Dauphin

Le Port Hotel

In Fort-Dauphin, Le Port Hotel radiates the luxury and the refinement. Emerged from the ground in 2011, this establishment is perfectly modern. It includes fifteen high-quality rooms set in a main two-storeyed building. Among the most popular units of the complex, there are two suites fitted with a small charming fully-equipped kitchen. In addition, every room is air-conditioned and offers a magnificent and protected view of the sea. Le Port Hotel and its Restaurant Bateau is a haven of delicious food for the visitors. The traditional Malagasy menu is given the popularity, as it includes among others the famous fillet of zebu which is both generous-portioned and succulent at the same time.

Gina Village

The Gina Village houses its guests in about ten bungalows suitable for one to four people. Constructed in the heart of a magnificent botanical garden, this hotel is in tune with serenity and farniente all year round. The garden is among others composed of the endemic plants of the south of Madagascar and those of Fort-Dauphin in particular. The Gina Village also has an exceptional restaurant which prepares both Malagasy and foreign dishes. The activities to be done in the surrounding are many. Either having a visit to Andranara Park or to the Domaine de Cascade or touring about Sainte-Luce and the Pic Saint-Louis, everyone will find what they want during the guided visits.

Gîte de Mon Repos

The Gîte de Mon Repos is located at about thirty kilometres from the town centre of Fort-Dauphin. Built near the picturesque village of Evatraha, it offers a stay of encounter and total change of scenery. Its granite, drystone façade sets the tone of holiday which is in tune with originality. In addition, the hotel offers two triple rooms, two double rooms, and two single rooms equipped with a bedding which are nice for a refreshing sleep. The Gîte de Mon Repos is reachable via a track which winds through the junction on the RN12 Road. The route is covered in less than an hour and a half after leaving the tarmac road. Here the excursions lead to the rocky coasts of Evatraha and the Bay of Lokaro, two magnificent havens of rest.

Kaleta Hotel

Located at 10 kilometres from the airport of Fort-Dauphin, the Kaleta Hotel is set in front of an azure sea. Its 40 very comfortable rooms are available for a moderate price and has all that visitors will need for a rest. Among the rooms, a selection of refined suites are ready for the elitists who have come along. Thus the visitors can choose between the 5 junior and senior suites apart from about thirty standard rooms. The gourmets will enjoy the menu of its restaurant Le Dauphinois, the temple of taste at the Kaleta Hotel. The seafoods compose the typical dishes of the region renowned for its waters well stocked with fish. For the afternoon snack, the residents can get to La Pâtisserie to find various sweet pastries and cakes are served.


With its services ranking with that of a star-categorized hotel, the Lamarina Hotel proposes about fifteen rooms in the heart of luxuriant vegetation. Its eight double suites are also a perfect haven of relaxation in the complex. The most demanding clients can book the two Prestige suites that the hotel will put at their disposal all year round. Every room is fitted with a small kitchen equipped with the modern appliances on the cutting edge of technology. The refrigerator, the tea and the coffee served for free complete the services. The Lamarina Hotel also offers a beauty space for the ladies who want to be taken care of during their holidays.

Bienvenue à  Fort-Dauphin, la ville coloniale par excellence

Comptoir colonial du XVIIe siècle, Fort Dauphin incarne l’authenticité du sud-est malgache. Flânez entre histoire et paysage pittoresque pour des vacances inoubliables.

Un séjour de détente sous toutes ses formes

Le village de Sainte-Luceest bordé de palmiers est niché sur un flanc de plage à perte de vue. Après une séance de baignade puis de détente à l’ombre d’un cocotier, parcourez la cité,à la découverte des monuments historiques, témoins de l’occupation européenne. La visite du musée historique de Manafiafy,dufort Flacourtoudu fort des Portugaisvous permettra de retracer l’historique de la ville. Une ascension au pic Saint-Louis, culminant à 529 mètres d’altitude, offre une imprenable vue sur SainteLuce, les vastes plages du Libanonarehausséesd’une végétation luxuriante.

Une riche biodiversité locale

Une visite à la réserve de Berenty vous mènera vers une réserve de plantes carnivores et la vallée du fleuve de Mandrare jouxtant la plus grande plantation de sisal de Madagascar. Les gîtes d’étape en pleine nature sont les hébergements par excellence où les lémuriens makis, sifakas et gidrosviendront vous rendre visite. Une séance de détente à bord de la cascade et de la piscine naturelle de la réserve de Nahampoanaest un pur moment de bonheur. Le parc d’Andohahela estle territoiredes lémuriens Microcèbes, Lémur Cattaet le prosimien nocturne Aye Aye.