Do you want to explore the largest area on the earth in terms of its natural beauty? Madagascar offers home to much number of natural beauties, diversity, thousands of plants, animals that can be found nowhere else in the world. Madagascar is the dream destination for the nature and outdoor lovers as it has all these incredible attractions. The following are the top tourist places in Madagascar to visit and discover yourself.
Ile Sainte Marie
Ile Sainte Marie is a most famous island and the top tourist attraction located in the east coast of Madagascar. Ile Sainte Marie is comprised of several small islands with many villages, white sandy beaches, coconut palms, stunning bays and it spectacular coral reefs. You can enjoy the crystal clear water of the island bays that which offers the perfect spot for snorkeling. If you wish to see the unique Migrating humpback whales visit the island waters during summer and early fall. You can also enjoy the best swimming beaches that are located in the Northern and Western coasts, as well as in the islet aux Nattes. The coral reefs offshore offer excellent snorkeling and scuba diving. Cycling is the best way of transport to get around the island. Another way of moving further is on a board of a traditional pirogue. You can also find many pleasant bays on the south coasts of Ambodifotatra and also you can find many numbers of healthy hotels. The best time to explore Ile Sainte Marie is from the month of July to the last end of August.
Isalo National Park
Isalo National Park is the most famous national park located in southwest of Antananarivo. Isalo National Park is well known for its variety of terrain such as sandstone, canyon, palm lined oases and large numbers of grassland. The National Park offers more than 340 faunal species that includes 82 species of birds and 33 species of reptiles and remaining are some of the species of frogs and mammals. Have a look at the piscine naturell, The Canyon des Singes, Namaza circuit and some of the other attractions. Isalo National Park is captivated with the dry tropical with the warm temperatures all around the year. You have to spend Ar 25,000 for a single day and Ar 37,000 for two days as your entry fee. Though the entry fee is high, it definitely worth your pay.(Image by: Mgeni NL)
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is located in Melaky Region, Madagascar. Tsingy de Bemaraha National Reserve is composed of karstic landscapes and limestone uplands with stunning peaks and forest of tallest trees. These forests, lakes and mangrove offers home to the rare and endangered lemurs and birds from all over the world. The Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park offers you the best time for walking, bird and sightseeing, hiking with is amazing landscapes of limestone pinnacles and gorges. The National Park definitely makes you wonder about its spectacular things in its magical way. You are also offered with good food and accommodation over here. So don’t miss the chance of exploring Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park.(Image by:Rita Willaert)
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