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"Full-Day Antananarivo
A day in Antananarivo AMBOHIMANGA and LEMUR PARK"You will be picked up from your Antananarivo hotel 8.30am in the morning and depart for Ambohimanga - the blue hill classified as one of the old heritage sites of UNESCO. There are said to be twelve royal hills surrounding Antananarivo - and the most important and highest one of the twelve sacred hills of Madagascar’s capital. Andrianampoinimerina is the most famous king of Ambohimanga his wish and dream is to unite the Malagasy tribes and principalities to one single people. After visiting this palace you will have the opportunity to see the local lifestyle in this village before enjoying lunch at Relais Du Rova. After lunch continue to the Lemurs' Park. It is a private reserve located 25km from the capital close to Katsaoka river and between Fenoarivo and Imerintsiatosika. You will find birds
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Full-Day Swimming With Dolphins And Casela Nature Park Tour in Mauritius
Enjoy this 2-hour unique chance to swim with the dolphins in a natural environment in the deep open sea and clear crystal water at Riviere Noir.The skipper will guide which type of dolphins and whales you will encounter. Whale spotting will depend a lot o"""Discover the beautiful South West of Mauritius at Riviere Noir see/swim with dolphins in the open sea snorkel near the Crystal Rock and visit the Casela Nature Park!"title=Highlights&1=Excellent+value+for+money&2=Family+friendly&3=Close+encounter+with+friendly+dolphins"""Black River
From EUR78.00
 
Full-Day Safari Adventure Tour from Cascavelle
"After presenting the voucher to the Travel Agent Counter you will be allowed to enter the park. The first phase of this activity will be the Nepalese Bridge which involves crossing gorges suspended above the ground while observing fantastic views in the surrounding. The next phase will be Canyon Swing which is you will be accompanied by professional guides. You will receive a photo souvenir. The last phase will be to visit the park which includes viewing bats goats horses pigs rabbits
From EUR88.00

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Terra Cotta Bas Relief

Between the ruins of the Rova, and the Prime Minister's Palace (Andafiavarata) is a very fine terracotta bas relief, a few metres long which depicts the history of Madagascar, including scenes of...
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A Long Restoration

The Rova was the royal palace of the Merina monarchs of Madagascar, situated atop the highest of Tana's many hills. The most recognisable building is the stone Queen's Palace, originally built from...
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Lemurs Park

We had stayed about 48 hours on the Island when we decided we should go out and see the some attractions of the Island. Having read a little about the unique nature of the Island’s natural habitat and...
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Moseying around the main market

Markets are just the best place for people watching, and they attract me like a magnet!The main market in Tana is no exception. This replaced the massive Zoma market (which was apparently the second...
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Enjoy the 'free range' lemurs at the Lemur Park

The Lemur Park just outside Tana is an easy half day trip, and provides a good introduction to lemurs even if you're then travelling on to the forest reserves. It is also a great place to bring kids...
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Encounter the exotic locals at Madagascar Exotic!

Madagascar Exotic (also known as Réserve Peyrieras after its founder, M. Peyrieras) is a wildlife centre founded by a prominent Malagasy naturalist off the main road between Tana and Andisabe. It...
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Synergies between brickmaking and rice cultivation

Like every other town on the High Plateau, Tana is surrounded by paddy fields in which the staple starch - rice - is grown. This is a beautiful aspect of the landscape, as the startling emerald green...
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Atmospheric Ambohimanga

Ambohimanga is a royal palace perched atop one of the hills surrounding Tana, and was the summer retreat for the monarchy. I confess that I really didn't know what to expect of it - somehow the guide...
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Admire the exquisitely renovated railway station

For anyone reading my travel pages, it should by now be abundantly evident that I have a passion for railways! I should hastily add that I'm not an anorak-clad train spotter, but (perhaps at least...
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Smile at the Antananarivo sign

On the face of it, Tana and Hollywood have precious little in common. It therefore comes as somewhat of a surprise if you're in the Lower Town around Lake Anasy, and glance northwards towards the...
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Contemplate your own mortality at the necropolis

The Necropole Royale (Royal Necropolis) is located on one of the 12 sacred hills around Tana, about 2km from the village of Ambohimalaza. When we visited, there was nobody else there, and we got the...
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Meet your first Malagasy flora at the flowermarket

We got our first sense of Madagascar's weird and wonderful flora at the flower market.The market has a predominance of potted plants rather than cut flowers, which we found encouraging. It was also...
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Get acquainted with the locals at the zoo!

We love zoos, so it was inevitable that we would end up at the one in Tana, even if it didn't get particularly good writeups. As others have said, it is a tranquil spot, away from the hustle and...
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MONEY MONEY MONEY

If you have a VISA debit card – you will have no problem getting cash in ‘Tana’. There is an ATM and reasonable Bureau de Change in the airport. Rates are just as good, if not better, than in town. In...
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Tana Centre Ville, IVA Antaninandro - (Face Station Jovenna), Antananarivo, Madagascar
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Rue Pierre Stibbe Anosy, (formerly Hilton Madagascar), Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar
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