Book Cheap Flights to Madagascar
Madagascar is hands-down the most sought-after tropical paradise, perched on the eastern coast of Africa across from Mozambique. It is an exceptional storehouse of natural and cultural riches. With its mesmerising landscapes, lush-green rainforests, grand waterfalls, swoon-worthy sandy seashores, bulging-eyed golden lemurs, and bustling metropolis, Madagascar will arouse the wanderers' senses and pull them in from every direction. The country has long lured a steady stream of globetrotters from all corners of the globe to cross its borders to witness it’s full of life and colours, and the exploration never ends. The country is the epitome of a tropical paradise with countless concealed glories among its coral reefs and national parks.
Madagascar is at the top of many backpackers and wanderlust bucket lists because it never fails to impress with its fascinating blend of culture, cuisine, and coasts. The region offers a wide range of natural sights to explore, such as dense rainforests, sandy seashores, and the National Park. Whether globetrotters prefer to experience the natural paradise of Masoala Rainforest to take a closer glimpse of a varied range of flora and fauna from Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar has something for all kinds of travellers. A trip to Madagascar is truly wonderful and offers travellers an unforgettable experience.
Best Places to Visit in Madagascar
Ambohimanga Royal Hill
Ambohimanga Royal Hill is one of the country's most remarkable landmarks, situated northeast of the capital city of Antananarivo. However, the striking landmark is considered the embodiment of the Malagasy culture. It is a perfect destination for history buffs and avid travellers to witness the country’s 15th century civilization.
The Avenue of the Baobabs
The Avenue of the Baobabs is one of the country's striking landscapes, often called the Alley of the Baobabs. It is a dirt road running through a group of baobab trees in the Menabe region of western Madagascar. The avenue draws a steady stream of wanderers from all corners of the globe.
Antananarivo is Madagascar's sprawling capital city, often referred to as Tananarive. It is a well-worth visiting city, blessed with the fusion of traditional Malagasy culture and French colonial influences. The city is worldwide renowned for its colonial buildings, steep streets and pleasant climate throughout the year.
Tsingy de Bemaraha
Tsingy de Bemaraha is one of the country's sought-after tourist hubs, Situated on the western coast of Madagascar. It boasts a truly breath-taking landscape of sculpted rocks, towering hoodoos, limestone formations, and colossal monoliths. Tsingy de Bemaraha was listed as UNESCO World Heritage and the country's most visited natural treasure.