Sakatia Lodge is situated on Nosy Sakatia, a small island off the west coast of Nosy Be. The lodge is beautifully positioned at the foot of the Sacred Mountain and Nature Reserve on the southern part of the island. Sakatia Island offers the typical unspoilt tropical fauna and flora of the area, only 6.5 km long and 2 km wide at its widest point, with only foot paths, with which one can wonder at leisure, on foot, and explore its beauty and deserted beaches. Sakatia Lodge is constructed of subtle, natural materials, decorated in a contemporary Malagasy style; perfectly complimenting the tropical island environment.
Accommodating 26 guests in total, Sakatia Lodge offers a variety of room types suitable for couples, families and disabled guests. Four, large 'Ocean' bungalows have single or double beds, a veranda, superb sea views, and a bathroom with a shower and separate toilet. Four, smaller 'Nature' bungalows are cater in a more comfortable and ethnic style, with single or double beds, a bathroom, shower and toilet. There is one, two-bedroom beachfront 'Madiro' family bungalow, equipped with a viewing veranda, two single beds, one double bed, bathroom shower and toilet. There is also one beach villa with three bedrooms and one with two bedrooms, both ideally equipped for families. There is a lounge/bar area and separate restaurant, nestled within the tree-lined border of the sacred forest of Sakatia and all overlooking the beautiful Indian Ocean.
Sakatia Island is fringed by spectacular beaches and colourful coral reefs to be enjoyed by keen Scuba divers and snorkelers. For the inexperienced diver, there is a Scuba diving edu-centre that is affiliated to DAN SA and offers Scuba diving and NAUI diving courses, varying from novice to instructor or speciality courses. Positioned so perfectly at the beach on this gorgeous Madagascan Island, there are many water-based activities on offer. There is also a free-dive spear fishing course on offer to train and educate guests on sustainable spear fishing. Furthermore, Sakatia Lodge offers canoeing, boat rides, game fishing, dolphin and whale watching. Land-based activities include quad-biking, nature walking trails, bird watching, and horse riding on Nosy Be Island.