Antananarivo, Tailor-made holidays in Madagascar
Rice is the staple dish of Madagascar and Tana is surrounded by a mosaic of rice paddy fields with housing built all the way up to the growing rice. Tana is home to Madagascar’s international airport which is a 10km drive from the city centre.
Rova, a Royal Palace, is one of the popular tourist spots in Antananarivo. The palace was gutted by arson in the 1990s.
The Prime Minister’s palace is another tourist spot situated near Rova. Local tour guides will give provide you with some interesting historical information for a small fee.
Antananarivo is known for its hiking terrains. Do not forget to carry comfortable shoes. Take your camera along with you to capture some beautiful pictures of the flora and fauna. Royal Ambohimanga Hill is one of the popular trekking spots better known for its picturesque landscapes and historical villages.