Madagascar is a land of mixed beauty that show cases beach and exotic wildlife. It is home to thousand of species, such as lemurs that are not found anywhere else. A great country to experience rain forests, reefs and beaches.
Nothing is as spectacular as seeing amazing sunsets through the avenue of the baobabs. Near the busy capital, Antananarivo, is Ambohimanga, a hillside complex of royal palaces and burial grounds.
Avenue of the baobabs, a dirt road lined by massive and old trees. Madagascar allows you a chance to have an amazing holiday, the exotic wildlife will keep you very entertained. The local guides have got good knowledge of their surrounding.
Places to Visit
- Ranomafana National Park
- Isalo National Park
- Avenue of the baobabs
- Ankarafantsika National Park
- Amber Mountain National Park
- Nosy Mangabe
- Tsingy Rouge
Getting to and Travelling around
The Travelpack experienced team will choose the best stress free flights that will get you to Antananarivo. South African Airways and Ethiopian Airways run a very smooth operation on this route. The destination is attracting more airline to service the island.
Scheduled local flights are very reliable making sure you visit all the remote parts of this amazing country. The roads are not the best, it always takes longer than expected to travel on these rugged terrains. A great way to experience local culture.
Best Time and Weather
Low season is a period where the rains are present and the game viewing is not great. Parts of the Parks are not accessible. Shoulder season is when it is very green and a lot of calves are dropping. High season is when the weather and the elements are good for game viewing. The tall grasses have dried up making it perfect for game viewing opportunities.
Shoulder Season: April - June
High Season: January - March
Malagasy & French
Gmt + 03:00 Hour
You will need a passport with 6 months validity. British travelers can buy a visa on arrival and it cannot be extended in the country. You will need two blank pages in you passport and make sure the pages have been stamped by immigration officials at port of entry.