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How to Plan Your Madagascar Tour?

Best Time to Visit: May to October
Major Cities for International Flights: Antananarivo (capital), Tamatave, Nosy Be
Visa: Visa is required for all visitors to Madagascar. Both E-visa online and Visa on Arrival are available. Also, you can apply for it in the local embassy in advance. A round trip tickets and passport valid for 6 mouths are required.
Money Tips: The Ariary is the official currency of Madagascar. Exchange offices are available at airports, banks and star hotels. Credit cards like Visa, Master, JCB and American Express are widely accepted.
  • 7-10 Days
    Plan your Madagascar tour packages to visit the indigenous flora and fauna in National Parks on RN7 route, or fly to the north part to explore the wildlife in the Amber Mountain and enjoy leisure time on beaches of the Nosy be Island.
  • 11-15 Days
    Customize a two-week trip to Madagascar: go deep into the Andasibe National Park to discover wildlife, hike into the rainforest in Ranomafana and venture to a forest of limestone in Tsingy De Bemaraha. Or turn to the East and North parts to do the safari and relax on the beaches.
  • 16 Days or More
    Encompassed Madagascar tours to all the must-see spots or combine a tour with its neighboring counties like Mauritius, Kenya and Ethiopia.

Trip Planning FAQs

Which place should I go to visit the baobabs and lemurs in Madagascar?
The Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is the kingdom of the lemurs, you can see the famous Indri Indri and other wildlife there. Other national parks arranged in our Madagascar tour packages also have lemurs to encounter.

Drive to the west coast and you will see the welcomed Avenue of the Baobabs in Morondava. The Baobab trees are known as the tree of life in Madagascar, which provide water, food and shelter for animals and passersby. It's a pleasure to enjoy the sunset here.
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