To help prepare your Madagascar trip, the Evaneos team has designed a Madagascar travel guide. You’ll find a host of cultural and practical information, previously unpublished, to help you plan your stay. What are the best places to visit on the Red Island? Or, where can you go...To help prepare your Madagascar trip, the Evaneos team has designed a Madagascar travel guide. You’ll find a host of cultural and practical information, previously unpublished, to help you plan your stay. What are the best places to visit on the Red Island? Or, where can you go off the beaten track? With stacks of travel advice to help you plan your trip according to your timetable and what you’d like to do and see … there are also many useful tips for your trip: What are the seasons in Madagascar? What is the local currency? What are the health risks? Do you need a visa? What are the security conditions like when you visit Madagascar? Can you travel with children? What traditions and customs should you learn about before your visit? You’ll find answers to all these questions, (and lots more) in this practical guide to Madagascar.Continue reading
Venture deep into the heart of 'The Ménabé Country,' a beautiful region situated in the west of Madagascar. From the...
Travelling to Madagascar: final tips and advice
Discover the wonders of Madagascar by taking a road trip like no other. The tour starts in the Highlands, the geographical, historical, political and cultural heart of the country! Along its backbone, hills on occasion are sculpted to form rice terraces... Heading north: the first stop is the Andasibe National park and its 16,000 hectare reserve. You’ll enjoy endless wonders in this unique natural setting! The North also offers beaches and notably the Nosy Be Archipelago. This area, sometimes called the Tahiti of the Indian Ocean, holds many underwater and coastal treasures. Next stop, the east coast, and its thousand and one legends. You’ll love Nosy Boraha, or Saint Marie Island, which was previously the landmark for dangerous pirates sailing the Indian Ocean. Between deserted beaches and fishing villages, you can enjoy trekking, swimming and diving courses with the option to go whale watching! In the south east, the climate becomes warmer and more humid, charged with coffee, clove, cinnamon and peppery aromas. The bush is dense and alive here... Further south, you’ll find fishing villages and beautiful diving spots in the surrounding area of Tulear. Your last destination in this tour of Madagascar is the land of savannah and baobab trees. The wild west is ruled by trails and rivers... the coastal beaches enjoy a milder climate. Take in the paradise of the beautiful beaches of Ifaty or Manguily that offer amazing scenery backdrops to a crystal clear sea…
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