Information

Security and good reflexes

Traveler is advised to be cautious when going through "risky" areas. It is then recommended to be with your guide whose ...

Currency

The local currency is the Ariary and its exchange rate is flexible. For your information, a euro was equivalent to 3,638 ...

NGOs

Evasion Sans Frontière is linked to two NGOs: “Ecoles du Monde” and “Bel avenir”. Ecoles du Monde (means Schools of the World) Specializing in ...

Tourist visa

Tourist visa is free for stays less than 30 days. You can get it at the airport upon your arrival in ...

Lemurs

Madagascar is the lemurs land! To meet them in the wild is a privilege. Deforestation has wreaked havoc on their natural habitat. ...

Weather

Madagascar has a dry season and a rainy season. However, some areas of the country have a higher rainfall (the East). The southern ...

What to bring?

Raincoat, insect repellent, sunglasses, open shoes, walking shoes, flashlight, warm clothes for cool evenings ... And a first aid kit! Though drugs can ...

Luggages

For your stay in Madagascar, we recommend you to travel with flexible bags. Note that the baggage allowance on domestic flights is ...

Road conditions

You decided to go with us for a circuit in Madagascar? We guarantee you great memories! We provide information about the distances ...

Spices

In Madagascar grow the most famous spices in the world. Vanilla in SAVA region, cloves in Tamatave, but also pepper, including the famous wild ...

Malaria and Vaccines

We strongly recommend you to consult your doctor before coming to Madagascar. to know if you need an antimalarial and if new ...

Photos

A trip to Madagascar is also a great opportunity to make a wonderful photo album. Feel free to request photo breaks ...

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