Top 5 things to do in Madagascar

Are you planning to spend your next vacation in the Indian Ocean?

Madagascar is waiting for you with its marvelous natural sites, unique fauna and flora, pristine beaches, delicious local cuisine and welcoming community. Come and discover the wonderful island renowned as a wildlife tourism and ecotourism destination for a memorable getaway while reconnecting with nature.

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An unforgettable meeting with the Whales of Madagascar

Take advantage of the vacation season to discover the beauty of marine mammals with your family or friends and swim with whale sharks, the largest fish in the world.

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Meet the lemur, an emblematic species of Madagascar

Reconnect with nature and meet the lemurs of Madagascar. The "Big Island" remains the only place in the world where you can observe this atypical monkey in its simplest habitat, the tropical forest or in natural reserves. The charming lemur is the symbol of the Malagasy fauna.

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Discover the Baobab Alley and its magnificent sunset

Stroll through the unique Baobab Alley and experience its magnificent sunset. The baobab is a majestic and sacred tree, genus of nine species of deciduous trees of the hibiscus family, several of which are endemic to Madagascar.

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Take a cruise in the blue waters of Madagascar

Embark on the warm blue waters of Madagascar and discover the destination through its oceans, coasts, virgin islets, exceptional underwater fauna, colorful bird reserves, and more. Enjoy a total change of scenery during a 3-11 day cruise, to discover local customs and admire the surrounding nature. A must for adventurers seeking a truly memorable experience.

 

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Taste the local specialties and gourmet dishes

Taste the local specialties and embark upon a gourmet experience in Madagascar. Madagascar is the heir of a cuisine with multiple origins, you will find Arabic, Asian, Indonesian or African influence in their dishes. Each region has its own specialties, so at each stage of your stay, let yourself be tempted by a gourmet break to savor traditional dishes with the locals. A moment of sharing and a gastronomic adventure is an absolute must.

Where to Stay?

Discover Tana from our newly built Radisson Blu Antananarivo Waterfront hotel. Enjoy stylish rooms and suites each equipped with free high-speed wireless internet, coffee and tea making facilities, and other modern amenities.

 

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