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Madagascar Anjanozano Eden Lodge Garden
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The Eden Lodge embodies the values of a new high-end concept of hotel business: savor the pleasures of a luxury without superfluous, protecting a fragile environment, and directed to the sustainable development. It is so the 1st certified hotel Green Globe in Madagascar, protected from the highest standards in Long-lasting(Sustainable) Tourism. In the Eden Lodge, the real luxury lives(lies) in the delight which gets constantly the simple fact of being there: comfortably installed(settled), in the middle of this incredible nature, and of the biodiversity so rich in this still blank(virgin) Madagascar.

Copyright: Christian Bersano
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Taken: 11/05/2011
Uploaded: 08/09/2011
Updated: 17/04/2014
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Tags: restaurant; bungalow; eco lodge; white sand; blue ocean; catamaran; fish; dive; peach (fishing)
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