Eulophiella Lodge

Eulophiella is set in landscaped gardens in Andasibe, providing a peaceful stay with ensuite bungalows & a French & Malagasy restaurant.

About Eulophiella Lodge

About Eulophiella Lodge

Named after the Eulophiella Orchid, which grows throughout Madagascar, Eulophiella Lodge provides all the peace and tranquillity you could want when exploring the Madagascan rainforest. The lodge is set on spacious grounds, surrounded by green grass and dotted with palms, secluded in a remote location.  There are verandas for the use of guests; where you can sit and soak up the sun or look out for some wonderful wildlife including the Indri – the largest of the lemur family, red bellied lemurs and diademed sifakas. There is also some fantastic birding here.


Lodge Details


A comfortable and relaxing lodge.


Eulophiella Lodge is close to both Andasibe National Park and Mantadia Reserves, 140km from Antananarivo. The setting is beautiful, with grounds interspersed with palms, windy stone paths and little wooden bridges and each of the bungalows are spaced out for privacy.

Accommodation & Facilities

There are two types of bunglalow at the lodge, ‘Ascendants’ (The Ascending) and ‘Parfums d’Orangers’ (Scent of Orange). The 10 ‘Ascendants’ are made from wood, with palm thatched roofs. The 7 ‘Parfums d’Orangers’ are even more spacious, similar to a junior suite, with king beds and a sitting area. These are made from brick and wood and are surrounded by a veranda.

All of the guest accommodation is en-suite, with hot water and all of the beds have large mosquito nets encompassing them.

The restaurant has panoramic views from the balcony, and from inside through the tall wooden framed windows. The restaurant is spacious with seating for up to 80 guests at a time. There is a fireplace in the centre and a well stocked bar, featuring wooden bar stools.


The restaurant served a combination of Malagasy and French cuisine and guests can dine either inside or out on the balcony. There are set meal times for breakfast, lunch and dinner, providing guests with ample time to eat.


As well as exploring Andasibe National Park, guests can also join a nature walk or hike. These are done both day and night with your driver and a local guide. There is a large number of nocturnal species here so a night walk is well worth it!

Child Policy

Children are welcome.

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