UK foreign Travel Advice for Madagascar

Most visits to Madagascar are trouble-free. If possible, you should travel with established organisations or travel companies who know the terrain and have the capacity to warn of potential hazards. If hiring a guide in country, the National Tourism Office advises...

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Travel Tips for Madagascar

1. When to Go The best time of year to travel to Madagascar depends on your specific interests. The tourist season falls between April and December, with the rainy season claiming the other months with risks of cyclones and many roads becoming un-passable. The high...

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Top 10 Landmarks of Madagascar

Some people refer to Madagascar as the 8th continent because of its size and astounding ecological diversity. The island is the 4th largest in the world and is home to many must-see destinations and unique landmarks. From the atmospheric Avenue of Baobabs to the...

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MADAGASCAR – The place for every traveller

For some, Madagascar is the ultimate dream destination while for others it’s an exotic and practically unheard of locale that merely piques their interest. They may find themselves wondering who exactly Madagascar is for. In this case, travellers will go to their...

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We work with only the best in Madagascar to offer our clients a memorable experience. A guide can often make or break this experience. We thought you would like a chance to get to know Armel, or Mel as he is affectionately known, one of our guides who consistently...

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Madagascar’s Must Do’s

Even in this day and age the exotic island of Madagascar still remains largely undiscovered and unvisited, with tourists almost being put off by the sheer uniqueness of this unusual destination that they know so little about. To counter this, we have outlined some of...

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Five Fascinating Facts about Lemurs

One of Madagascar’s most famous attractions is not a palm tree fringed beach or a towering mountain or even a historical landmark, but actually, it’s an animal – the lemur! Lemurs have long held an allure for travellers around the world because of their uniqueness and...

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Dear Travelers The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported the Plague Epidemic in Madagascar is over. There have been no new cases of Bubonic or Pneumonic plague since the 28th of October 2017. The WHO was able to mobilize quickly after the first flare-up and...

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Air Madagascar Soaring to New Heights

In what is very promising news, Air Madagascar will soon become much more reliable and convenient for travellers, due to joining forces with Air Austral, a French airline based in Reunion. The two Indian Ocean carriers signed an M.O.U stating that Air Astral will own...

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Seasons of Madagascar – when is best to go

Travelers may wonder when the best time to visit Madagascar is and what they should take into account regarding the climate and seasons? To answer that question, it’s important to remember that it’s a large country with incredibly diverse geography and topography....

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