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XXL funtime waiting in Libanona, Fort Dauphin 31/05/2013 | 08:04:47

They, who ever had the opportunity to spend a while there, might never get out of their mind how good it was. Libanona beach in Taolagnaro or Fort-Dauphin, happens to be no less than one of the best beaches the Great Isle has to offer. In this south eastern part of Madagascar, Libanona is famed for its sport tournaments. Surfing lovers have been growing down roots there as a matter of fact. Winds and wave forms provide with optimal conditions to this extreme sport passion. Beside pure sporty performance, pure pleasure is being pledged by the outstanding spot on the Indian Ocean from this green safe haven in the warm south

Joining Fort Dauphin can be achieved by many direct international flights, namely from La Reunion island. National flights equally link the south eastern town of Madagascar with its capital city Antananarivo. The road remains of course available for the most adventurous travelers, yet not recommended to the faint hearted at all, since longer than a 24 hours long trip would have to be reckoned with through a wild west like area ran through by tracks which barely deserve the status of a road.


 

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