The Aye-Aye Forest Camp is situated on a 1.5km long beach of fine white sand at the northernmost point of Antongil Bay.


You can swim year-round as long as the water is not too rough. In spring, summer, and fall (Sept-May) the ocean temperature is a pleasant 25-30C. In the winter months (June-Aug), the water rarely dips below 20C.


The beach area is very popular with wildlife. There is a large population of ghost crabs on the beach, and lemurs and tenrec (Madagascar’s “hedgehog”) are often found around the camp, especially around sunrise and sunset. Between July and September humpback whales can be seen from shore, when they migrate to reproduce in Antongil Bay. If you are very lucky you may see a fossa (Madagascar’s apex predator) hunting at night.