Madagascar Travel Guide

  • Bird watching in comfort
    Bird watching in comfort
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  • Chilling out in style
    Chilling out in style
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    Colourful currency
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Madagascar Highlights

  • Pro
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    Norali says…

     Cool people, Rich fauna and flora and so much hope for the future 

  • Con
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    ATLC says…

     Very poor country. Not for the luxury traveller 

  • In a nutshell
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    belgianchocolate says…

     A place like no other 

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Antananarivo

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192,470,18

Toamasina

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38,65,0

Antsirabe

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43,147,0

Mahajanga

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24,68,0

Nosy Be

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21,33,0

Nosy Sainte Marie

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12,43,0

Andasibe

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21,102,0

Morondava

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49,176,0

Ampefy

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24,60,0

Ambohimanga

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35,124,0

Manakara

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1,6,0

Malaza

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43,82,0

Tangorombohitr' Isalo

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41,89,0

Massif de l' Isalo

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0,3,0

Ambatolampy

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1,5,0

Toliara

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8,33,0

Farihy Itasy

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0,3,0

Andasibe

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Ambatolampy

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1,4,0

Ambalavao

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2,10,0

Sambava

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0,3,0

Ranomafana

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4,27,0

Maroantsetra

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0,12,0

Mahavelona

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7,16,0

Ifaty

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7,31,0

Berenty

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12,43,0

Antsiranana

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8,2,0

Anosy Avaratra

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6,13,0

Ankify

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2,4,0

Anjajavy

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8,18,0

Anakao

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2,9,0

Ambohidrabiby

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7,41,0

Ambodifotatra

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0,3,0

Ambalavao

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4,7,0

Tolanaro

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6,17,0

Ranomafana

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5,28,0

Moramanga

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0,6,0

Betanty

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2,1,0

Tsingin' i Bemaraha

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4,20,0

Ambositra

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1,17,0

Ambilobe

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2,9,0

Antananarivo

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  • Horrible Airport policemen in...

    Antananarivo Warnings and Dangers

    Horrible Experience at Antananarivo Airport, Madagascar.September 1, 2013 - Our friends and I are out on a photographic tour and we were heading to the airport flying out of Madagascar to Mauritius on flight MK0289.Suddenly, airport policemen stopped us at the parking lot, demanding to open our entire luggage for inspection, which is very strange....

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  • La Varangue

    Antananarivo Hotels

    La Varangue was a beautiful and peaceful place to rest in busy Antananarivo. We has 2 short stays...

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  • A taste of madagascar

    Antananarivo Restaurants

    The Tatao Restaurant is in the Radama Hotel. in the government and commercial area of Antananarivo. The room itself is quiet, and modestly decorated, with local crafts and with restrained lighting. We walked over from our accommodation at La Varangue, and were neither mugged, nor accosted for our troubles, despite warnings!The restaurant menu is...

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Toamasina

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  • Visa Extension in Tamatave

    Toamasina Favorites

    30 Days Tourist Visa can be extended in Tamatave by visiting the Immigration Office at Rue Lieutenant Berad (about 700 feet left turn from Boulevard Joffre/BM Madagascar Intersection)For further 60 days visa extensionto Ar 80,000.00 to be paid at Ministry of Commerce which is about a km away near the Port, the Immigration Office staff can do this...

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  • Halal Food in Tamatave

    Toamasina Restaurants

    Nice Clean Place serving Halal Foods only, The Menu is in French but the staff can speak EnglishSpicy Curry with White Rice cost from Ar 5000 to Ar 7000Free Wifi and LCD TVOpen at 7.00~ 7.30 for Brakfast Close at 22.00 Fish Romazava, Mutton Curry with White Rice, Onion Steak with Pomme FritJuices, Coffee, Soft Drinks, Confectionery, Bakery...

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  • Taxi Brousse to Antananarivo

    Toamasina Transportation

    The Taxi Brousse station on Tamatave (Toamasina) is at Boulevard D'Andovoranio (10 minutes walk from Avenue de l'Independence (Ar 1000~1500 by Taxi Pousse Pousse)Unlike the general perception (being unsafe) I took the Night Departure to Antananariovo left Tamatave at 7.30 PM many vehicles departed and traveled in caravan and it was very safe (3...

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Antsirabe

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  • Vist the fresh produce market

    Antsirabe Things to Do

    Markets exert a magnetic attraction for me, and so it was inevitable that we would end up wandering around the one in Andasibe ...The range and quality of produce in Madagascar is an endless source of fascination for me. Most of what is on sale is recognisable for a tourist from the developed world, but was usually located in the section for...

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  • Stroll down Independence Avenue

    Antsirabe Things to Do

    If ever there were a boulevard designed for elegant evening strolling, Avenue de l'Independence is it! Tree-lined, designed with panoramic proportions and stretching between the delectable railway station and Hotel des Thermes, it takes little imagination to conjur up the ghosts of long-dead expats retreating to the cool highlands to 'take the...

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  • Admire the semi-precious stones

    Antsirabe Things to Do

    Madagascar is justifiably famous for its semi-precious stones, and we were taken by our tour guide to an excellent shop in Antsirabe that sold beautiful semi-precious stones and fossils.The store owners (who were of Asian descent) made a great fuss of us and insisted on presenting us with small gifts on our arrival. I find this practice very...

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Mahajanga

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  • Taxi Brousse to North Madagascar

    Mahajanga Transportation

    Various Companies operates from Majunga to North Madagascar (Antisiranana province) CTVA is most reliable.The Fare is listed (photo attached) always good to book a day in advance to get better choice of seats. Majunga Taxi Brousse Station (Gare Routier, same for departure to Antananarivo) is very well organized and all the booking offices are under...

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  • Taxi Brousse Normal and Premier Class

    Mahajanga Transportation

    Most Common and Economical Way of Travel to Mahajanga (in fact to most cities in Madagascar) is Taxi Brousse. They are Frequent, Reliable and Cheap, although for some it may not be so comfortable. The Journey is on the RN 4 which is abrasive but no big bumps or pot hole (if the vehicle's glass are loos then the banging noise can be terrible)...

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  • Pousse Pousse (Man Powered)

    Mahajanga Transportation

    They are Uniform Blue/Red Colored and Registered by Numbers, Man Powered Pousse Pousse for short distance, MGA 1,000 but these guys deserve a bit extra to serve in the scorching heat

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Nosy Be

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  • Cruising the Nosy Be Islands

    Nosy Be Things to Do

    A great way to explore the islands around Nosy Be is by private yacht charter. Fully crewed with a skipper, deckhand and chef the catamaran is exclusively yours and charters include excursions to Tanikely Marine Reserve, Nosy Komba Lemur Park and (if you are on the right boat) Lokobe National Park.Islands you will visit may include Nosy Iranja,...

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  • Nosy Iranja island

    Nosy Be Things to Do

    While staying in Nosy Be - an island in the nothern part of big Madagascar - tkae your chance to explore some more remote places like Nosy Iranja island. If you are lucky enough - on your way there you meet dolphins and whales, but arriving on the island - just sea of incredible colours and white pristine beaches. And above that - it is very likely...

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  • Complete transfer Diego to Nosy Be - pay...

    Nosy Be Tourist Traps

    We just came back from a trip to Madagascar. We really enjoyed it. One thing we were less charmed of was the trip from Diego Suarez (Antisaranana) to Nosy Be. We bought tickets for the complete trip at Hotel L'Orchidee. These tickets included going directly to Ankify (the harbour) and a rapid boat to Hell-Ville (Nosy Be). We would leave at 4 a.m.At...

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Nosy Sainte Marie

  • Circumnavigate Ile aux Nattes in a...

    Nosy Sainte Marie Things to Do

    The ideal way to experience the glory of the beaches and reefs which surround Ile aux Nattes is to take a pirogue ride - as this is the only way to access the island anyway, by the time you get there, you should be well aware of what you're letting yourself in for!The pirogue operators don't venture outside the fringing reef, which ensures that in...

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  • Say hello to the lemurs at Les Lemuriens

    Nosy Sainte Marie Things to Do

    True to its name, Les Lemuriens' most endearing residents are its black and white ruffed lemurs! The lemurs are free ranging, but habituated to human beings, and - as our daughter discovered - most partial to bananas!We had a look around Les Lemuriens on our way up to the lighthouse. It is set in a gorgeous location on the southern extremity of the...

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  • Avoid malaria by keeping some locals at...

    Nosy Sainte Marie Warnings and Dangers

    There is a reason that tropical paradises are lush - it usually rains a lot and there is plenty of water around. And with the water come the unwelcome locals- the mosquitoes!Malaria is endemic throughout all of tropical Madagascar. Even if you are right on the coast, chances are that there is standing water close by, which makes ideal breeding...

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Andasibe

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  • Lemurs island. Close enough for you??

    Andasibe Things to Do

    Lemur's Island could be controversial. The lemurs are reputed to be rescued pets (and their offspring). The lemurs (we saw white ruffed lemurs, common brown lemurs and grey bambooo lemurs) climb all over visitors in search of fruit. There are ample opportunities for close up photography. Problem is of course that the lemurs keep coming towards the...

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  • Close encounter with the Eupleridae

    Andasibe Things to Do

    There is a Crocodile park a short walk from Lemur's Island, where one can see deep spooky looking lake, which is home to several of the beasts. The chief attraction (birdlife in the trees notwithstanding) is a chance to get up close and personal with the mongoose like Fossa. Inside a stout enclosure, there are a couple of these endangered...

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  • A long drive otherwise...

    Andasibe Restaurants

    If you are staying at the Vakona Forest Lodge, then chance are you will be eating here as well. it is 9 km down a bumpy unsealed road to find any alternatives. Fortunately, the restaurant serves pretty good food - local style but with a french influence. Prices are reasonable - we paid between 5 and 8 euros per person with drinks for each meal....

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Morondava

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  • Side trip to Kirindy reserve (6)

    Morondava Things to Do

    The night walk..We continue walking for another 5-6 minutes then we saw this lemur.The Red-tailed sportive Lemur.It was one of the specie that I wanted to see so much this trip.It's body size around 28cm long and weigh about 800-900 grams.It's a nocturnal species feeding on leaves and some fruits.They normally live in pairs and are monogamous that...

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  • Side trip to Kirindy reserve (5)

    Morondava Things to Do

    The night walk..The night walk start at 6 pm. before sunset.We have to drive into the reserve area for about 3 Km.There 's parking area or a small flat area along road side that can park few cars.Jeff waited for us at the car ,only my new guide ..Ceriel lead us into the reserve .He walked quite fast,start to look for animal for his customer...

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  • Grand Tsingy flora

    Morondava Things to Do

    There are about 13,000 species of plant and about 89 % of them are endemic. I saw this Pachypodium along the way climbing Grand Tsingy.There are so many species of Pachypodium in Africa and about 20 from Madagascar ,they have different flower colour..,white,.. yellow and orange-red.. like this one.I still din't find out what exactly specie it is...

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Ampefy

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  • Don't miss the Baraoa fish!

    Ampefy Restaurants

    Le Kavitaha owes its name to the lake which its terrasse looks onto. It has been, for years, the best in town & on week-ends, urban dwellers (from Tana) just flock in to get away from it all.Its main asset is the shaded terrasse where al fresco lunches use to take place on a dozen of tables, all looking onto the lake.Then, the possibility to lunch...

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  • Good RN1 road & its old glory cities

    Ampefy Favorites

    RN1... the famed one. From Tana to Analavory through old-glory cities such as Fenoarivo, Arivonimamo, Miarinarivo. All of them have history. Miarinarivo has this singularity to have its own cathedral, a privilege only for ex-provinces' capitals (Tana, Mahajanga, Toamasina, Toliara, Fianar & Antsiranana). As how it came this building construction...

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  • A trip to the waters

    Ampefy Favorites

    Has been awhile since we’ve been craving for some roadtrip. We live in the countryside, off Tana. In the Northern Tana (Avaradrano, i.e “North Bank”), to be precise. We use to breathe pure air. We only go to the crazy, crowded, air-polluted city with the downtown hassle for work & purpose. Our week-ends are very nature-tuned, if not spent hiking...

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Ambohimanga

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  • Mangabe II- 360° aerial views

    Ambohimanga Off The Beaten Path

    Views, yes. 360°, check. Aerial, check."King of the world feeling", check.But first, the climb. Short & steep. Great. Silent. Scary. Not dangerous, just risky to climb the pinetree frest underwood there as a solo female. Haven't encountered any danger, any threatening behaviour. Surprising. Busy climbing the steep slope, I came across a woman...

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  • Mangabe I - the "doany experience" to...

    Ambohimanga Off The Beaten Path

    I must have a special connection with this hill. The first hill ever (Ambohimanga apart) I managed to reach the summit although the highest I climbed. The first doany area where I had a feeling to not be set apart due to my status (I don't believe in the efficiency of pilgriming & asking for blessings at those doany, that pilgrims seemed to not...

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  • Ambohimanga surroundings to fill days!

    Ambohimanga Off The Beaten Path

    A shame that the royal compound uses to be the only spot locals & most tourists visit. As a local living just 3 miles from Blue Hill, I used to consider the place as one that was always there, that I would be able to visit anytime. Indeed, it is.. but it took me years, guiding my Belgian friends who visited Madagascar in 1995 to see the compound...

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Malaza

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  • Birds...

    Malaza Off The Beaten Path

    The birds one can spot in my area. For some, the kingfisher, fodys, an easy sight... For others, you'd consider yourself lucky whenever you can see one.Photo 2: for years, have only heard its song... the first time I could really spot it was while returning from a trek. As I passed by an eucalyptus tree, I could hear its call. Couldn't see it...

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  • None... well, maybe something...

    Malaza Shopping

    Apart from some poultry produce and veggies, nothing to buy over there, except that those are all natural food that you'd buy from peasants.Still, in the heavy buys section, you'd buy sand (yeah! yeah!), baked bricks (our area is known for clay bricking making).Now, I tell you: this is the type of serene countryside village, no shop except stalls...

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  • Browse Malaza village

    Malaza Things to Do

    This activity wouldn't take you a long time since it's about a typical coutryside village mainly living on subsistance farming, without any specific activity other than rice cultivation and zébu breeding (see my local custom tips for more).However, it gives you sceneries of everyday life in the country. I think if you go to the main place of the...

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Tangorombohitr' Isalo

  • Swimming in waterfall plunge pools!

    Tangorombohitr' Isalo Things to Do

    Hiking the Isalo Massif was quite simply the high point of our Madagascar experience, and I can't recommend it highly enough. However, it can get extremely hot - when we visited (November), the temperature climbed into the 40s and there is not a lot of shade as you trudge across the main plateau.The perfect antidote to the heat was to take regular...

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  • Tourist watching at La Fenetre

    Tangorombohitr' Isalo Things to Do

    La Fenetre (The Window) is by far the best publicised tourist attraction at Isalo, and one of the most accessible, being easily accessible in an ordinary sedan from the main road.La Fenetre is an impressive natural arch formed by erosion of the sandstone: what makes it doubly special is that it faces pretty well due west, so it is possible to view...

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  • Pick up your ANGAP tour guide in...

    Tangorombohitr' Isalo Things to Do

    Ranohira is a bustling little town that serves as the gateway to Isalo. It is a good place to replenish your stocks, and a pleasant place to spend a few days, with some reasonable hotels and some attractive low key tourist destinations such as the colonial era church in the photo.Ranohira is where you need to organise your ANGAP tour guide at the...

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Ambatolampy

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    by CatherineReichardt Updated Aug 11, 2013

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    Ambatolampy has a thriving pot casting business, and although visiting backyard foundries with non-existent health & safety controls might not feature on your 'Must Do' list of Madagascar experiences, it is certainly not something that you are likely to stumble across often!

    Aluminium is a particularly amenable metal for recycling as it has a low melting point and there is a readily available source (beer and cold drink cans being the most obvious). Given that aluminium smelting has pretty well the highest energy requirement of any metal per unit of product produced, at least recycling is an environmentally responsible way of ensuring that greatest benefit is produced from each unit of metal as it is repeatedly reincarnated into different forms.

    The technique used is skilful and interesting to watch. The metal is smelted by one worker in a crucible until it is molten (it's actually rather attractive - if extremely dangerous - in this form as it looks like quicksilver). In the mean time, another member of the team creates the inverted shape of the inside of the pot on the floor of the workshop using a very fine grained foundry sand. Once this shape has been completed, a wooden mould is lowered carefully over the foundry sand, and more sand is packed around it. Finally the molten metal is poured into the cavity between the two to create the pot. The pot is then left to cool - which is a surprisingly quick process - before the mould is removed and the foundry sand is gently swept away to expose the new pot. It is then sanded and burnished to remove the rough edges and reveal the characteristic silvery white colour of the metal.

    You do not even want to think about the health & safety controls for this process: any sort of personal protective clothing is non-existent, as the team - who work within inches of the molten metal - are usually bare chested and bare footed and work under conditions of poor illumination within the workshop. The only safeguard against serious injuries and death would seem to be the skill and concentration of the workers, and all in all, it's hair raising stuff.

    Aluminium has a very low density, so what will probably strike you about the pots is how extraordinarily light they are for their size. For this reason, they make surprisingly practical souvenirs - however, although they are probably attractive serving vessels (especially if you follow the example of more upmarket restaurants and use the dinky little pots to present individual servings), I would personally not recommend using them for cooking purposes. There is some evidence to suggest that aluminium uptake from food that has been prepared in aluminium cooking vessels may be a contributing factor to the development of Alzheimers. I'm no expert on this, so can't comment on whether it's true or not, but I wouldn't want to risk it, if only because I would hate to lose my happy memories of my time in Madagascar!

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