Location and Privacy

From its seemingly endless private beach to its tranquil palms and lush surroundings, Marovasa Be's remote location offers total privacy in an absolutely breathtaking environment. The property is a dream destination whether for couples seeking an idyllic romantic getaway, families that want to enjoy time together or friends who desire a beach detox after the adventures of experiencing Madagascar's tropical rainforest. Marovasa Be is also available for private booking for groups or special occasions - it's a perfect place for a yoga retreat or a celebration.  

When To Visit

Marovasa Be is a tropical getaway and has both wet and dry seasons. It's lovely and warm all year round and the average temperature is around 26° C. May to November is usually dry and warm (although it does rain outside of the rainy season); December to April is the official rainy season and is often much hotter.

Our busiest months are July, August, November and December but we believe that Marovasa Be is perfection, no matter which month you visit us.

Marovasa Be is closed from 10 January to 15 March, during the rainy season.

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We look forward to hosting you, whatever the weather!


Due to the out of the way location and sometimes limited access, it is important that guests plan ahead and bring any necessary medical or heath related provisions with them.

Travelers Health Information

Malaria is present in Madagascar.  While a vaccination is not mandatory, some recommend taking an anti-malarial treatment. 

Yellow Fever is not present in Madagascar; however, the government of Madagascar requires proof of yellow fever vaccination only if you are arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever. 

Additional traveler related health information may be found here.

Tourist Visas

Tourist visas are required to enter Madagascar and may be issued at the airport on arrival.   


French and Malagasy are the most prominently spoken languages in Madagascar.