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Diego suarez and Nosy Be

Diego Suarez (Antsiranana) and the Nosy Be Archipelago are gems of Madagascar, offering stunning landscapes and rich cultural experiences. Diego Suarez is famed for Ramena Beach and the Emerald Sea, alongside natural parks like Montagne d’Ambre. Nosy Be, known as the "perfume island", enchants with its fragrant forests, volcanic lakes, and diverse wildlife across islands like Nosy Komba and Nosy Iranja, making these destinations a paradise for nature and beach enthusiasts.

Andasibe to Sainte Marie

The eastern part of Madagascar, famous for its white sandy beaches and rainforests, offers a varied landscape of hills, dense forests and charming fishing villages. Highlights include the Canal des Pangalanes, Andasibe Mantadia National Park and the island of Sainte Marie. The region is renowned for its exotic fruits and vibrant flavors. Sainte Marie Island (Nosy Boraha), a peaceful destination with a rich pirate history, offers idyllic beaches, water sports and unspoilt nature, perfect for relaxation and adventure.

Morondava and The Tsingy

Morondava, on Madagascar's west coast, is known as the capital of the Menabe region and the cradle of Sakalava and Vezo culture. The town is famous for the Baobab Avenue, a must-see site for sunsets. Nearby are the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a rich endemic fauna and flora, and the Kirindy Reserve, a paradise for day and night wildlife. The descent of the Tsiribihina River offers an adventure through natural landscapes and local villages, enriching the experience of discovering this region.

Antsirabe to Ifaty , Fort Dauphin

Madagascar's Deep South, stretching from Antsirabe to Tulear, is a popular destination for its breathtakingly diverse landscapes. This region offers a wide range of touring options, from national parks such as Ranomafana and Isalo, Zombitse, to the fishing villages and beaches of Ifaty. Tulear, a blend of tradition and modernity, is a starting point for cultural and natural discoveries. Fort Dauphin, rich in history and nature, offers nature reserves and colonial historic sites. The south is perfect for ecotourism, birdwatching and lemur watching.

Antananarivo and surroundings

Antananarivo, the economic capital of Madagascar, is a lively city, full in history and culture. Known as "the city of a thousand", it's an ideal starting point for exploring Madagascar's heritage, with its architectural wonders and panoramic views. The town and surrounding area provide an overview of Malagasy flora and fauna, including lemurs and chameleons. Notable sites include Ambohimanga Rova, a sacred UNESCO World Heritage Site and birthplace of the Merina Kingdom.