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1. Antananarivo - Ampefy (3 Days)

2. Visit Royal Palace_park Zoologic Tsimbazaza Or Park Tsarasaotra(One Day)

3. Visit Royal Palace_lemurs'park_or

Suggested Itineraries

1 - tana ampefy :

Embark on an unforgettable journey to the picturesque village of Ampefy and its enchanting surroundings, where every step unveils a new wonder. Begin your exploration with the serene beauty of Lake Itasy, its tranquil waters mirroring the surrounding lush landscapes. Feel the rush of awe as you witness the majestic Lily Waterfall cascading gracefully amidst the verdant scenery of Ampefy. Continue your adventure to discover the mesmerizing geysers of Amparaky, where natural wonders come alive in a breathtaking display of power and beauty. Conclude your expedition at the tranquil Ilot de la Vierge, an idyllic sanctuary surrounded by the tranquil waters of Lake Itasy. Whether you're a solo traveler seeking solitude or a family eager for adventure, this journey promises something for everyone. From leisurely walks to soft adventures and captivating discoveries, immerse yourself in a world of relaxation and exploration. With easy difficulty levels and a focus on relaxation and discovery, this itinerary is tailor-made for small groups, photographers, couples, and families alike. Experience comfort and tranquility at every turn as you uncover the hidden gems of Ampefy and create memories to cherish for a lifetime.

2- Visiting The Tsimbazaza Zoological Park:

The Tsimbazaza Zoological Park spans across 27 hectares and was established in 1925. Operating under French authority, Tsimbazaza Park opened its doors to the public, showcasing a vast lake, botanical gardens, a zoo, and an ethnological museum for visitors to explore and photograph. It serves as a representation of Madagascar's rich fauna and flora, boasting numerous endemic species of animals and plants from across the island. Situated in the southwest district of the capital city, it serves as a gateway to discovering Madagascar's identity, making it a must-visit destination before embarking on explorations in different regions of the island.

3- Visiting the Antananarivo Royal Palace:

The Rova stands as the final resting place for the country's most revered monarchs, with the most imposing stone tombs adorning the left side of the main gate. Among these, the plain grey tombs signify the resting places of kings, while the vividly painted red ones pay homage to the queens (red being the color of nobility). Situated in the heart of Antananarivo's Upper Town, at an elevation of 1462 meters, the Rova of Antananarivo (or simply "the Rova") is a fortified royal compound steeped in history and grandeur. Its architectural splendor owes much to the skilled craftsmen and architects summoned from the United Kingdom and France by various monarchs during the 19th century. This prestigious ensemble stands as the epitome of a royal fortress, with its roughly pentagonal shape commanding awe from atop the Analamanga hill, overlooking the capital. Within its walls lie palaces, including the iconic Queen's Palace (Manjakamiadana), each bearing witness to Madagascar's regal past and offering a glimpse into the splendor of bygone eras.