Welcome to The Travel Bloggers Guide to Madagascar.
Morondava – Survive the potholes and visit the laidback town of Morondava. Read Nellie from Wild Junket’s review of this coastal town, complete with stunning photo’s.
Rainforests of the Atsinanana – UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Royal Hill of Ambohimanga – Take a pilgrimage to the UNESCO Protected royal city and burial ground set in beautiful green countryside just 24 kilometers to the east of the capital city of Antananarivo.
Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve – Trek through the karstic landscape of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lemurs roam around the Limestone needles, keep your eyes peeled. Read Nellie from Wild Junket’s post recounting her hike through this magical landscape.
DISCLAIMERS - We shall endeavour to ensure that all information and links are accurate. However, websites, hotels, restaurants and attractions do change from time to time; we therefore do not accept any liability for any errors or omissions within the content. Please notify us for any corrections. Please note the views and opinions contained in text written by a third party (via a link) may differ from that of thedepartureboard.com. RECOMMEND - If you have either read or written a post that you feel should be included in our guides please email the link to contact [at] thedepartureboard [dot] com.