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About Magadascar

Madagascar, an island nation located off the coast of southeast Africa, stands out because of its people, as well as its unique eco-system. The local population is a mix of African and Asian descent (mainly from Malaysia and Indonesia, who were said to have migrated to Madagascar via canoe as far back as 200 BC). […]

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CAR RENTALS

CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Antananarivo: Faniry Madagascar Tours: +261 33 43 827 77 Harris Madagascar Tourism: +261 33 12 486 88 Hertz: +261 20 23 254 54 Loxea Avis: +261 32 05 276 00 Madagascar By Car: +261 34 07 748 64 Madagascar Car Rental: +261 34 20 115 […]

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Chez Madame Chabaud

Chez Madame Chabaud (off Ave. du Général de Gaulle, Mahajanga) – located in a small town on the north coast of the island, this restaurant has been highly recommended by visiting foreigners. Dishes are prepared with care and the restaurant is especially well-regarded for its seafood dishes. The restaurant is tucked away in a little […]

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Analakely Market

Analakely Market (Arabe Rahezavana, Antananarivo) – Tana’s main marketplace is not a tourist attraction, but a bustling, chaotic destination full of local vendors selling everything from traditional fabrics to household items and souvenirs. Discover stalls overflowing with mountains of colorful fresh produce, including exotic fruits, pungent seafood and local delicacies such as grilled lizard. If […]

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Andafiavaratra Palace

Andafiavaratra Palace (9 Lalana Printsy Ratsimamanga, Antananarivo 101) – this pink-walled turreted palace, located on the highest hilltop of the capital, was the residence of Prime Minister Rainilaiarivony of Madagascar, who governed the island kingdom in the late 19th century. The Palace is now a museum. Most of the museum’s collection comprises artifacts rescued from […]

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Ambohimanga

Ambohimanga means “Blue Hill” and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site (due to its significance as a symbol of the cultural identity of the people of Madagascar.). Walk through the Merina kingdom, which is a sacred city, and honor the royal tombs and various places of worship like the Royal Pools Sacrifice Stones. Explore […]