Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Madagascar

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Madagascar according to ETIC Hotels

Lodge des Terres Blanches

ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.8
/10

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Bohobe Naboty

WiFi available in all areas,Airport shuttle,Restaurant,Free parking,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Bar
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.7
/10

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Anjajavy L Hotel

Outdoor swimming pool,Airport shuttle,Spa and wellness centre,Non-smoking rooms,Free WiFi,Restaurant,Room service,Bar,Private beach area,Breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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Hotel Colbert Spa & Casino

Indoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle,Free parking,Restaurant,Spa and wellness centre,Family rooms,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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Asia and Africa Hotel

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle (free),Free parking,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Room service,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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Tsara Komba Lodge

ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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Andilana Beach Resort

Outdoor swimming pool,Beachfront,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle,Restaurant,Fitness centre,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Private beach area,Breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.4
/10

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Le Louvre Hotel & Spa

Indoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle,Free parking,Restaurant,Spa and wellness centre,Fitness centre,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.4
/10

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COUNTRY PROFILE

Madagascar

  • Official Name:Republic of Madagascar

  • Capital:Antananarivo

  • Population:27,691,018

  • Area:587,041 km²

  • Major Languages:Malagasy

  • Major Religions:Christianity, Islam

  • Life expectancy:66.70 years

  • Currency:Malagasy Ariary

10 Things To Do In Madagascar

  • 1. Avenue of the Baobabs

    Witness the iconic baobab trees lining the dirt road in western Madagascar.

  • 2. Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park

    Explore the unique limestone formations, canyons, and forests in this UNESCO site.

  • 3. Andasibe-Mantadia National Park

    Observe the diverse wildlife, including lemurs, and enjoy the lush rainforests.

  • 4. Relax on the beaches of Nosy Be

    Enjoy the tropical paradise and indulge in water sports and marine activities.

  • 5. Visit the Royal Hill of Ambohimanga

    Discover the UNESCO-listed sacred hill and its historical significance.

  • 6. Explore the Avenue of the Sisal

    Witness rows of sisal plants on the high plateau landscape near Antsirabe.

  • 7. Discover the Ranomafana National Park

    Experience the tropical rainforest and spot various species of lemurs and other wildlife.

  • 8. Visit the Tsiribihina River

    Take a boat trip along the river and enjoy the scenic beauty of the surrounding landscapes.

  • 9. Experience the traditional Malagasy culture

    Learn about local customs, music, dance, and craftsmanship.

  • 10. Taste Malagasy cuisine

    Try dishes like ravitoto (pork and cassava leaves), romazava (beef and leafy greens stew), and various seafood dishes.

5 Most Visited Cities In Madagascar

  • Antananarivo

    Toamasina

    Antsirabe

    Fianarantsoa

    Mahajanga

When To Go To Madagascar

  • The best time to visit Madagascar is during the cooler and drier months from April to November. This diverse island nation is a treasure trove of unique wildlife and landscapes. Antananarivo, the capital, offers a blend of cultures and bustling markets. The Avenue of the Baobabs showcases the iconic trees that define Madagascar`s landscapes. Andasibe-Mantadia National Park provides opportunities to spot lemurs and other exotic species. Madagascar`s endemic biodiversity, from the otherworldly tsingy formations to the lush rainforests, creates a journey of discovery and wonder.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Madagascar

Find the complete travel guide for Madagascar

  • - Check visa requirements and obtain necessary visas before your trip.
    - Respect local customs and etiquette, and be sensitive to the unique wildlife and ecosystems.
    - Be cautious of environmental conservation; follow guidelines to protect the natural habitats.
    - Explore Madagascar`s diverse landscapes, including rainforests, beaches, and wildlife reserves.
    - Experience Malagasy culture, traditional music, and outdoor activities.

  • Office Tourism of Madagascar

  • CIA World Fact-book

  • Wikipedia Page

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