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Hell-Ville, also known as Andoany, is the main town on the island of Nosy Be.

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Hotel de la Mer
Bar - Hotel - Restaurant
Tel: +261 (0)20 86 610 32 or +261 (0)32 80 282 24
Website: www.hoteldelamer-nosybe.com

La Plantation
Bar - Hotel - Restaurant
Tel: +261 (0)32 07 934 45 (mobile)
Email: plantation_b@yahoo.fr
Website: www.hotel-laplantation-nosybe.com

Tamana Hostel
Eco-friendly hostel
Tel: +261 (0)32 499 77 26 (mobile)
Email: tamanahostel@gmail.com
Website: www.tamanahostel.com

Cafés / Restaurants / Bars

Transport from/to airport

When arriving on Nosy Be by plane, there are numerous private taxi cars awaiting customers. A car taking four passangers will typically charge 10,000 Ariary p/person (2017). The ride to the centre of Hell-Ville takes about 20 minutes.

Nosy Be Airport to Hell-Ville by bike

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Tour data

Distance: 12.23 kilometres
Duration: 3 hours, 23 minutes
Average speed: 3.54 km/h
Minimum elevation: 3.35 metres
Maximum elevation: 137.46 metres
Total climb: 157.58 metres
Total descent: 127.71 metres

Transport to Ankify

The prices for transfer between Nosy Be and Ankify range between 6,000 and 13,000 Ariary (2017). The 6,000 Ariary boat is a large but slow boat taking about 1.5 hours, the 9,000 Ariary boat is a bit faster and the 13,000 Ariary boat is a shared speed boat for up to 20 people. For those who do not want to wait until the shared boat is full, there are also private boats for 80,000 Ariary (prices 2017). At the harbour in Hell-Ville, passengers will be greeted by pushy ticket salesmen, who only function to be annoying and increase the price. For their 'service' of carrying the passport to the ticket counter and calling a boat over, the 13,000 Ariary will typically raise to 20,000 Ariary. Passengers should ignore these middle-men, pass the gate and buy the ticket directly themselves.