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How To Get Around In Antananarivo

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Taxis, buses, and walking are the three primary modes of transportation in the capital. The majority of visitors prefer to use cabs since they are quite convenient. Before getting into the cab, be sure you and the driver have agreed on a price. Also, keep in mind that traffic in Analakely (Antananrivo’s central and busiest sector) may be considerable during rush hour. If you don’t mind being crammed into a van with strangers, buses, or ‘taxi cab,’ are the most cost-effective mode of transportation, with fares often ranging from MGA200 to MGA400 (compared to MGA5,000 or about USD2 in 2014 or more for a typical taxi ride). Tourists, on the other hand, are often unfamiliar with taxi routes. While Analakely is a vast city, it is rather easy to navigate on foot.

How To Travel To Antananarivo

BY PLAIN Air France, Air Austral, Air Mauritius, Interair South Africa, and Air Madagascar serve Antananarivo's main airport, Ivato International Airport. A visa is now free for visits of 30 days or less, Euro 45 for 60 days, and Euro 60 for 90 days as of October 2015. However, you...

Prices In Antananarivo

Tourist (Backpacker) - 34 $ per day. Estimated cost per 1 day including:meals in cheap restaurant, public transport, cheap hotel. Tourist (regular) - 135 $ per day. Estimated cost per 1 day including:mid-range meals and drinks,transportation, hotel. MARKET / SUPERMARKET Milk1 liter$ 1.20Tomatoes1 kg$ 0.55Cheese0.5...

Beaches in Antananarivo

The beaches of Antananarivo are mostly found on Nosy Be and Sainte Marie Island, also known as Nosy Boraha. Some of the most popular beaches around Antananarivo are listed below. Andilana Andilana is without a doubt the most gorgeous beach on Nosy Be, located roughly 27 kilometers from Hell Ville and...

Sights & Landmarks In Antananarivo

Rova (Queen's palace) A short taxi ride (or a lengthy walk) from the hotel area, but be aware that it was seriously destroyed by fire in the late 1990s, and just the stone shell, together with some outbuildings, sculptures, and a Chapel, survives (the latter rebuilt with American money). A semi-official...

Museums & Galleries In Antananarivo

Historic sites and museums Antananarivo's physical and intangible cultural legacy is vast and important to regional and national communities. Numerous monuments, historic structures, significant places, and traditions relating to the culture and history of the inhabitants of the central highlands can be found throughout the city. The Rova of Antananarivo,...

Food & Restaurants In Antananarivo

Restaurants In Antananarivo La Table de Mariette, 11 rue George-V-Faravohitra,  +261 20 22 216 02.This is a fantastic place to go if you want to eat high-quality Malagasy cuisine. Many other eateries are more pricey.Ile Bourbon.  La Brasserie at the France Hotel, 34 Ave de l'Independence. Very excellent and reasonably priced. Calamari is a must-try....

Shopping in Antananarivo

The Avenue de L'Independence is the focal point of the city center. Both sides of the road are lined with restaurants and businesses, and it's the place to go if you want to visit a restaurant or quality café, including a fine pizzeria and a take-away pizza restaurant. In...

Nightlife In Antananarivo

Pandora Station Pandora Station is one of the greatest spots to visit for people that appreciate superb dance music. Tourists may shake their legs to a range of music ranging from trance/electronica to R&B, rap, and native African sounds. Because this nightclub becomes busy late at night, you should arrive...

Festivals & Events In Antananarivo

Antananarivo Traditional festivals are celebrated solely by Madagascar's inhabitants, but others have evolved into worldwide events that draw visitors from all over the globe. Festival of Hira Gasy This celebration encapsulates Madagascar's culture and tradition, which is mostly unknown to the rest of the world. It's basically a traditional kind of...

Stay Safe & Healthy In Antananarivo

Dogs should be avoided! Tana is densely populated with stray dogs, some of them would approach passers-by seeking scraps or snarl, growl, and scare people away from their domain. Non-French speaking visitors should not walk about the city without the company of a guide or a native. Tourists have been...

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