Honeymoon ideas holidays in Madagascar. Choice of Honeymoon ideas holidays in Madagascar & tours from specialist, expert operators
Private Island and Nature Reserve!You can choose "Anjajavy , Nosy Be , St Marie or Tsarabanjina" to spend your Honeymmon!When you consider the most idyllic honeymoon destination, you could be forgiven for imagining white powdered sands, an umbrella beneath the sun and crystal blue waters but is that really enough to make it “perfect”?
Anjajavy is perfect for relaxation however those who like to be active have lots to choose from. There is a good sized pool at the back of the beach and water skiing, catamarans, wind surfing, snorkelling and kayaking on the sea or in the mangrove swamps are all included during the cost of your stay.
A tranquil, private Madagascar honeymoon island off the coast, Constance Lodge, Tsarabanjina is a stunning getaway for those searching for their own personal paradise.With 3 unspoiled white sandy swimming-beaches, luxuriant vegetation, amazing bird-life and exceptional coral reefs for divers and snorkelers to explore, this gorgeous private island has something for everyone.
Nosy Be Island: The island of Nosy Komba is the perfect getaway for a honeymoon or simply a romantic break.
A beautiful small island hideaway situated off the north west coast of Madagascar. This exclusive beach resort epitomises luxury, and is set amongst lush tropical gardens with hammocks slung across the verandahs.Take a charming stroll in a Pirogue, massage with Malagasy essential oils and enjoy romantic candlelight dinners on the beach or at the guest house.
Sainte Marie Island: Nosy Boraha, also known as Ile Saint Marie extends 50km from North to South and is only 7km wide
Another great attraction to the island of Sainte Marie is the whale season which is normally from July to September/October of each year. The arrival of the whales, also called Trozona in Malagasy, is reason to celebrate amongst the locals.
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Is it safe to travel in Madagascar?
While Madagascar is safe to visit, there are many precautions you should note. It is not safe to walk after dark and travel at night.Always follow your driver or guide instruction.
Madagascar uses the Malagasy Ariary. The currency code is MGA. ATMs are readily found across the country, We suggest all visitors to bring Euro for the payment of remain amount of their trip with Faniry.
Can I use my credit cards?
The use of credit or debit cards is mostly restricted to larger hotels and restaurants.We suggest for you to carry enough cash to last a few days and withdraw funds as needed with VISA,MASTERCARD,UNIONPAY in ATM.
Visas for Visitors
All foreign visitors to Madagascar require entry visas. Visa information can change often and varies from country to country.For Madagascar you can have Visa at arrival.
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