Beankora village is located about two kilometres inland at the southern end of the Masoala Peninsula in the northeast of Madagascar. The village lies along the path crossing the peninsula. In the centre of Beankora the path splits into three directions: south direction Masoala, east direction Antanambao and west direction Fampotabe.
Benakora is quite a large village with a public primary school, various shops and countless children. Its inhabitants live from farming, cultivating rice and cloves.
The name Beankora can be translated into "lots of shells" - be in Malagasy means much, many, numerous and ankora means shell.
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- Maroantsetra Antalaha trek around the Masoala peninsula - The village of Beankora lies on the path sneaking around the Masoala Peninsula.