Soleil des Tsingy Hotel

le soleil des tsingy in western madagascar

Soleil des Tsingy Hotel

boababs in the region of le soleil des tsingy western madagascar

Soleil des Tsingy Hotel

restaurant le soleil des tsingy de bemaraha

Soleil des Tsingy Hotel

Tsiribihina River and Tsingy de Bemaraha

Welcome to Soleil des Tsingy Hotel

Soleil des Tsingy is a comfortable and stylish hotel at the gates of the stunning Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park in western Madagascar. With 17 spacious bungalows, infinity pool, open-air restaurant and free wifi access. The Soleil des Tsingy welcomes adventure lovers in an environmentally friendly and natural environment.

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The uniqueness of Soleil des Tsingy

During construction, they preserved all of the surrounding trees and then planted another 5,000 indigenous trees and shrubs. The restaurant and rooms have dramatic views of the surrounding landscapes. Meals are a delicious fusion between traditional Malagasy food and European cuisine.

Tsingy de Bemaraha - UNESCO World Heritage Site

Tsingy de Bemaraha is a unique site, a forest of 40 - 50-meter high limestone peaks, is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and located about 20km from the village of Bekopaka. This is one of the highlights of any visit to Madagascar.
The Tsingy are razor sharp pinnacles produced by the erosion of limestone massifs over millions of years. Steps, boardwalks, ladders, cables and suspension bridges have been installed with phenomenal expertise to form a pathway allowing tourists to explore the Tsingy in safety.

Wildlife in the area

The Tsingy shelters a startling array of wildlife: 11 species of lemur (including Verreaux and Decken’s Sifaka and Red-Fronted Brown Lemurs), 103 species of terrestrial and aquatic birds, 15 species of bats, 22 species of amphibians and a variety of reptiles. Pachypodiums and other strange succulents provide splashes of green amidst the grey limestone.

Activities at Soleil des Tsingy

Head up the Manambolo River in a traditional dugout canoe known as a ‘pirogue’. The river cuts a spectacular gorge through the limestone on the southern boundary of the national park. Visit one of the caves filled with stalactites and stalagmites as well as a few human tombs from Madagascar’s first settlers, the Vazimba (approximately 5th century).

Prices & Seasons



  • 17 Rooms
  • Power in Room
  • Fans
  • Swimming Pool
  • WiFi
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