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Anakao Express

Toliara, Madagascar
+261 34 60 072 61
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Motor boat to Anakao

It leaves around 9:30 for Anakao, though it waits for the Antananarivo flight to arrive. Price is... read more

Reviewed 17 February 2018
liditagomez2
via mobile
Ill-mannered

It's the only possibility to reach anakao from Toliara. The owner is ill-mannered and try to cheat... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2017
Alberto R
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16 Feb 2018
“Motor boat to Anakao”
27 Aug 2017
“Ill-mannered”
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Toliara, Madagascar
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+261 34 60 072 61
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Reviewed 17 February 2018 via mobile

It leaves around 9:30 for Anakao, though it waits for the Antananarivo flight to arrive. Price is 67000 Ariary for foreigneirs

Thank liditagomez2
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

It's the only possibility to reach anakao from Toliara. The owner is ill-mannered and try to cheat you. Pay attention!

Thank Alberto R
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

High speed trip to island paradise and back again. Take a spray jacket and something warm to wear. Flat shoes are a must. Crew helpful and store bags safely. Opportunity to take great photos of other craft on the water. I went in fine weather...More

Thank Martha346
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Reviewed 21 February 2017

Good fast boat to Anakao. Zebu chart driver asked for gift "kado" for zebus :) we didn't give anything, because we paid for all service 100k for each person. Nothing bad happened.

Thank Lina V
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Reviewed 15 December 2016

There are a lot of touts to try and sell you this but honestly just go to Blu Bar. They give you a complementary breakfast with your ticket, have wifi to help you arrange a place to stay and are very reasonable with the resident...More

Thank EnglishTripHead
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Reviewed 1 December 2016

Good boatmen, but our first boat broke down, luckily close to Anakau, and they sent a second to take us back. We then rescued a fishing boat that had run out of fuel in a very dodgy rough area by the reef where the estuary...More

1  Thank oreornis
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Reviewed 17 November 2016

Luckily, the weather was good and sea was calm in both directions to and from Anakao. Due to the shallow water near the beach at Toliara, you have to get a zebu cart to take you out to the boat which is great fun. I...More

Thank 944FrequentTraveller
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Reviewed 19 October 2016

we used this service to get to Anakao, you do have to go by zebu cart out to the boat going, which is a novelty and yes the driver and co do demand money before you get to the boat, but luckily the owner of...More

Thank Timber2013
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Reviewed 4 October 2016

We travelled as a group from the beach at our hotel to Mangily then across to Anachoo to see the Red-tailed Tropicbirds. The outward journey was calm but the wind got up for our return journey which resulted in a bumpy ride. The lifejackets were...More

Thank mousebirdEngland
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Reviewed 9 September 2016

To get to the boat you have to travel on a zebu cart, which is an experience. On arrival at the boat, the zebu driver will stop a couple of metres away and demand money before carrying on to the boat. His co-driver will also...More

Thank Sheila M
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Jeff R
30 July 2017|
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Response from Martha346 | Reviewed this property |
Hi I'm not sure of the boat schedules but think that may affect your planning. Nevertheless, I recommend overnight or even a couple of nights. There is enough to see and do there as well as relaxing. Try a half day to Nosy... More
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