Regions in Madagascar
Province of Antananarivo (Antananarivo, Antsirabe)
Many tourists arrive at the capital, which serves as a hub for both domestic airline and land transportation routes. Tiny villages renowned for their artisan workshops, as well as small reserves with lemurs, may be found outside of the city.
Province of Antsiranana (Antsiranana, Masoala National Park, Nosy Be)
This area, which includes the gorgeous tropical island of Nosy Be and its neighboring sub-islands, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country, with luxury resorts and pristine beaches.
Fianarantsoa Province (Fianarantsoa, Ambositra, Ambalavao, Andringitra National Park, Ranomafana National Park) is located south of the city and is accessible through the RN7 highway.
Province of Mahajanga (Mahajanga, Tsingy de Bemaraha Reserve)
Mahajanga is home to beautiful wetlands and a few secret resorts only accessible by private aircraft or boat.
Toamasina Province (Toamasina, Vatomandry, Ile aux Nattes, Andasibe-Mantadia National Park) is home to the Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, which is home to the Indri lemurs, as well as other lesser-known locations along the eastern coast.
Toliara Province (Toliara, Anakao, Isalo National Park) The spiny forest covers the southern half of the nation, with hot and dry temperatures creating a harsh habitat that is home to a diverse range of lemurs, reptiles, birds, and insects.
Cities in Madagascar
- Antananarivo- the capital and usually called Tana by locals.
- Taolagnaro (also commonly known as Fort Dauphin)
- Toliara (also commonly known as Tulear)
Other destinations in Madagascar
- Andasibe-Mantadia National Park
- Andringitra National Park
- Ile aux Nattes
- Isalo National Park
- Masoala National Park
- Nosy Be
- Ranomafana National Park
- Tsingy de Bemaraha Reserve