The eastern part

The eastern part of Madagascar offers a multitude of magnificent sites, distinguished from the island’s other destinations by its white sandy beaches and lush forests, which will delight nature lovers, marine enthusiasts and thrill-seeking adventurers.
The east coast offers a wide variety of landscapes, with small hills and dense forests bordering the sea. Fishing villages sit harmoniously on the hills, and beautiful spots include swamps, lagoons and canals, such as the Canal des Pangalanes, and flagship parks like Andasibe Mantadia National Park. You’ll also find the nearest small, unspoilt island, Sainte-Marie, a true haven of peace.
One of the particularities of eastern Madagascar also lies in its wealth of exotic fruit varieties such as lychee, mango, pineapple, beef heart fruit and many others. These fruits are served in the form of fruit juices and cocktails by the many hotels in the area, allowing you to savour their delicious freshness.

Introduction to wilderness

Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is Madagascar’s most visited park. It comprises two protected areas: the Analamazaotra Special Reserve and the Mantadia National Park. The Analamazaotra Special Reserve is famous for being home to Madagascar’s largest lemur, the Indri Indri. Its loud cry can be heard for miles around, adding a frisson to your visit.Mantadia National Park, meanwhile, is for the more adventurous nature lover. It offers trails with climbs and descents of all types, allowing you to immerse in the heart of the wilderness.

Sainte Marie

An island untouched by mass tourism, Sainte Marie, also known as Nosy Boraha in the local language, is a popular destination for both local and foreign travelers. It offers an idyllic backdrop of beaches and fishing villages.
Sainte Marie was once a haven for pirates, who were fascinated by the island’s beauty and calm. Wrecks of their ships can still be found in Ambodifotatra Bay. Beyond the pirate cemeteries, Sainte Marie is home to a friendly population, charming islets, beaches and bays ideal for water sports, and forests where you can discover the flora and fauna of the Indian Ocean. There’s no shortage of activities during your stay. Whether you choose to relax on dreamy beaches, explore the crystal-clear waters and enjoy water sports, or venture out into the lush nature and meet the local population, Sainte Marie has something for everyone.


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Wild and Beach

Eastern Madagascar offers an adventure combining tropical forests, local Bezanozano and Betsimisaraka culture, and relaxation on the unspoilt island of Sainte Marie.

Lemurs Meeting

In 3 days, visit Andasibe National Park, a jewel of eastern Madagascar, where you can observe lemurs, endemic birds and chameleons in a preserved primary forest, and meet the indri-indri, the largest lemur in the world.