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Visit local village and mangroves near Tulear

A great tip for everyone is this organisation: www.honko.org . A belgian guy and a south-african girl are working there together with the community to give tourists the best they can offer. You can go on two different tours: a village tour, where a local guide brings you inside the different homes, lets you put on some special local facial cream and even gives you a little tour culinaire:) If you are interested in nature and wildlife, this is also the place to be : mangroves filled with birds, fish, crabs,.... local guides show you around and in the future you can even go on a kayak :) They have built wooden pathways and birdhides together with the local community! I think the price is around 3500 Ar (like 1 euro) for a tour... The money goes into conservation and into the community, so you are also helping these people!
Call Benjamin at +261 32 540 42 76

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