Address: Ambohimanga Ambohimanga Rova, Madagascar.
You can enjoy a traditional royal fortified settlement over this hill of Ambohimanga. This site was the religious capital of nineteenth-century Madagascar and was home to Malagasy Royalty. You can explore royal fort complex, burial grounds, sacred forest with many endemic species, ritual places, etc.
Masoala National Park was established in 1997 located in the northeast of Madagascar. The main purpose of the creation of the park is to protect marine parks and rainforests. You can find breath-taking hills, beautiful waterfalls, unique species of flora & fauna, etc. You can also enjoy swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, hiking, picnicking etc from here.
This is a popular hiking & trekking destination in Madagascar. This park was established in 1991 located in the southeastern region, which consists of 161 square miles of tropical rainforest. This park is included in the World Heritage list and you can find amazing species of plants & wildlife over here. You can enjoy hot spring bath, kayaking, canoeing, and nature walking etc over here.
This park was established in 1962 at the Ihorombe Region of Madagascar attracts visitors with its amazing natural beauty. This is park is very popular for diversifies terrain and popular attractions are rocky landscapes, serpentine canyons, sandstone formations, grasslands, palm woods, etc. You can find rare species of animals like Malagasy rainbow frog, Acrantophis dumerili, Benson�s rock thrush, Madagascar ibis etc in this Park.
Address: Morondava, Madagascar.
This is a beautiful town in Madagascar�s west coast. Things you can explore here are Kirindy Forest which houses carnivorous, catlike fossas and lemurs. Take a visit to Avenue of the Baobabs where you can find massive towered baobab trees over the landscape. Also, you can visit Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park where you can find limestone pinnacles connected by walkways & bridges. You can find attractive wooden huts in this town and timber guesthouses for a unique experience.
Address: Nosy Boraha, Madagascar.
This is a charming island on the east coast of Madagascar. It has pristine beaches with long soft sand stretches and crystal clear water. This is a popular destination for whale watching and a breeding hotspot for humpback whales. You can take a visit to the pirate�s cemetery in the ship model, can enjoy beautiful waterfalls, nature walking through rainforests, etc.
This National Park spreads around 100miles on eastern Madagascar. The park is rich with biodiversity and a favorite destination for nature lovers. You can find the largest species of lemur over here and also houses the country�s largest lemur, the Indri. You can enjoy nature trails by enjoying the scenic beauty of lakes, waterfalls etc over here.
Address: Nosy Be, Madagascar.
This is a beautiful island in the northwestern coast of Madagascar. You can explore pristine beaches, small fishing villages, French colonial buildings and covered markets, seafood restaurants, luxury resorts, Lokobe Reserve which houses frogs, geckos, and chameleons, etc. You can also find a 19th century that is still working which extracts essential oils from the ylang-ylang tree.
This is a protected UNESCO World Heritage site and located in the Melaky Region in northwest Madagascar. This park is very popular for amazing geological wonders like the Great Tsingy and the Little Tsingy. You can find towering rocky pinnacles, mangrove forests, hoodoos made of carved rocks and gargantuan monoliths.
Address: Ifaty, Madagascar.
If you love water sports, this would be a paradise for you. Ifaty is located on the southwest coastline and a perfect spot for relaxing with your family. It has Idyllic beaches which are peppered with palms and covered in white sands. You can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing etc and also explore the nearby beautiful villages.