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The main international airport serving Antananarivo and for Madagascar, is the Ivato International Airport (TNR). Located 16 km from the city centre, the airport is the main base for Air Madagascar.
Transport to and from the airport is by mini bus, airport shuttle, taxis or car hire.
Formerly known as the Malagasy Republic, this country is located 400 km off the coast of East Africa.
The fourth largest island in the world, Madagascar developed mostly in isolation and as such, is home to very unique wildlife and endangered species.
One of the most unique places you can find, Madagascar is home to a variety of wildlife, 90% which can be found nowhere else in the world. A location that features plunging canyons, lush mountains, limestone karsts, pristine rainforest and golden shores, there is something for every type of visitor to this island nation.
Madagascar is home to some truly striking scenery, and one of the most amazing might just be the limestone karsts of Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park. A dense area of waterfalls, jagged limestone needles, canyons and thick forest, this location is a magnificent must-see for any visitor to the island. The all naturale attraction came about after the limestone was pushed upwards about 200 million years ago, and eroded over time.
The area is also home to unique botanical species, reptiles, birds and up to eleven different lemur species.
Madagascar cuisine has influences from Africa, Asia and Europe, giving their foods a variety of interesting and delicious flavours.
Some foods you are sure to encounter include, a national dish, zebu stew made with beef and leaft greens. Another common dish is Akoho sy Voanio which consists of chicken cooked in coconut milk.