Situated off Africa's eastern coast and smack dab in the Indian Ocean, Madagascar is unique, nature-oriented, historic, plentiful, and diverse. Known as the home of the lemur, Madagascar is also where you can taste some unforgettable vanilla, go deep sea fishing, attend a Famadihana (a moving funerary tradition), and explore unspoiled jungle. Needless to say, Madagascar will leave an indelible impression - and leave you only wanting more. Look for hotels in Madagascar to get your trip started off on the right note.
From the streets of Antsiranana - capital of the Diana Region in the north - to the gardens of Toliara - a city in the Atsimo-Andrefana Region in the south - Madagascar offers lots to do and see. Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, is both the country's geographical heart and entry point for most tourists. Some of the best Madagascar hotels are located here, as well as important sites like Rova - the former Queen's Palace - and fun attractions like Croc Farm, where daily feedings always entertain. In the Melaky Region, which is on the west coast, you'll discover Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve - a world heritage site known for its rare birds and lemurs, incredible limestone formations, and undisturbed mangrove swamps and forests. Andringitra National Park, a wonderful oasis in the eastern Haute Matsiatra Region, is also worth a visit for its jaw-dropping peaks and valleys, sandstone monuments, and serene atmosphere. As you can see, this country is paradise if you love the outdoors. But if you need top-notch comfort, look to stay at Djamandjary hotels in the north; this area is known for its cozy accommodation.
There is nothing like a trip to Madagascar. Travelocity can help ensure you save on your flight and hotel. By bundling a stay at one of the many great Madagascar resorts along with your flight, you can save up to $537. That's a lot of cash you can put toward future vacations in Djamandjary or other parts of Madagascar (you'll like it so much you'll have to come back).