Boraha Village, Île Sainte-Marie, Madagascar
Boraha Village is located on the east side of the island. It is a small and personal hotel having just 14 bungalows dotted around the hillside under palms with ocean views.
The bungalows are simple but comfortable with spacious decks with chairs and a hammock, double or twin beds, ceiling fans (no air-conditioning) and basic en suite bathrooms with hot showers. In addition to the double and twin chalets there are also a number of family chalets with two rooms and a shared bathroom.
Because the hotel is located on a hillside it gets a good sea-breeze. The disadvantage of this is that at certain times of the year it is windy, however, the advantage is that the breeze keeps the mosquitoes away.
There is a dining room with lovely sea views and a beautiful jetty with tables at the end. The crab here is a speciality - it comes recommended! The hotel currently doesn't have a pool although plans are in place to build one. There is, however, a very small massage room that offers a variety of relaxing treatments. The hotel is above a small sandy beach in a quiet spot, however we recommend swimming straight from the jetty - it's a lovely place for a low key and relaxed stay.
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