Top 5 Best Things To Do and Best Places To Explore in Madagascar

Madagascar is a wonderful island nation off the coast of Mozambique. Animal lovers and nature lovers will love the amazing and diverse ecosystems found in the island's national parks.

You will encounter wildlife such as chameleons, lemurs, and birds, as well as a variety of plants and trees found only in Madagascar. From hiking in the unique limestone forests of Cincinnati de Bemara to swimming with whale sharks in Nosy Be, come and join us as we explore the best that can be seen and done on the island of Madagascar.

Walk down Baobabs Avenue

The 853-foot-long Biobabs Avenue just down the road from Kirindi Mita National Park is something you can't miss. These giant baobab trees are believed to be 800 years old.

Baobabs Avenue madagascar

Although the trees are beautiful enough to cover every travel website and magazine on the planet, seeing Biobabs in person is definitely worth a visit. The best time to get a picture of these trees is at sunset or sunset. You can go to the trees at any time of the day and even visit it for free.

Kitesurf in The Three Bays

The bay at Sakalawa, Pigeon & Dune is known as the "Three Bases" and has ancient beaches for all the beach fun you can handle. You can enjoy swimming, windsurfing, and kitesurfing and go for a long walk along the dirt Madagascar beach.

blue board kite surfing

Did we mention kitesurfing! The conditions in the Gulf of Sakalawa are perfect for this adrenaline-filled experience. Three Base is only 10 minutes away from Antsiranana, but if you want to get to the beach in style, you can rent a quad at Diego Siege. 

Hike Amber Hill National Park

You see, the island of Madagascar is one of the most diverse and unique places on earth. The rise of Amber Mountain proves it. This large park is full of animals, basin lakes, lush forests, and scenic waterfalls.

amber mountain

The park is located in the northern part of the island and is located in a group of volcanoes. Mount Amber covers 70 square miles of tropical forest. A series of rivers and streams flow through the park. Tons of animals and birds live there. So wear your hiking boots and climb nearly 20 miles.

Explore the Malagasy capital of Antananarivo

The capital of Madagascar, locally known as Tana, is a typical African city. Controlled is full of confusion! Street vendors and outdoor stalls at the Analakali market bring the city to life and color. In the 19th and 20th centuries, Antananarivo was the capital of the French colonialists and is still the center of political and economic influence in Madagascar.

micheline railcar madarail

Explore the beautiful colonial architecture of Old Hot-Lake or exhibit in the city's art galleries and museums. You will be amazed at the quality of the culinary culture in the capital city of Malagasy, and be sure to check out the large selection of French fare in the city's restaurants.

Visit the limestone forests of Tsingy de Bemaraha

Take an unusual turn to the limestone “needle forests” of Singi. Mother Nature has done magic in northwestern Madagascar. The result of time and erosion created this geological strangeness.

The unique shapes of these cracks created a strange ecosystem and the nearby forests, lakes, and mangrove swamps are also home to endangered limes and birds. Most visitors do not travel this uneven path, so you may have a place of your own.


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