Cheap flights to Madagascar
Flights to Madagascar
Reasons To Visit Madagascar
Madagascar is the world’s fourth largest island known for its incredibly diverse flora and fauna with thousands of species found nowhere else on the planet. The country is home to some truly incredible landscapes and natural parks like the famous Tsingy de Bemaraha, a UNESCO world heritage site. Another must-see spot in the country is the Avenue of the Baobabs which is home to huge trees believed to be up to 1,000 years old. There are plenty of exciting outdoor activities available for the active traveler such as going on a wildlife tour or kayaking throughout the island.
Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for the best hotels in Madagascar for every budget
Arriving In Madagascar
The main international airport serving Madagascar is Ivato International Airport which handles plenty of regional flights as well as a few long-haul routes. In addition to this, it is also possible to arrive at Fascene Airport which serves the popular island of Nosy Be. If you are looking to catch flights from the UAE to Madagascar, you won’t be able to make the journey directly but there are a few options available involving just a single stopover by arriving at Ivato International Airport or Fascene Airport.
When your flight has touched down at Ivato International Airport there are private buses available which visit nearby hotels, although you may prefer to hop in a taxi instead if you are traveling elsewhere. Inside the airport itself you can find everything you would need including dining and drinking options alongside duty-free shopping, although the smaller Fascene Airport offers a lot less so you may be better off bringing everything you need with you.
Madagascar Travel Information
All nationals looking to travel to Madagascar will have to arrange for a visa first in order to enter the country. In Madagascar you can expect warm temperatures over the course of the year, with the coolest and driest period coming between May and September which also sees little rainfall. Remember that Madagascar is just one hour behind the UAE, while the currency in the country is the Malagasy ariary.
* This information is correct as of December 2017
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