Ampefy is located on the shores of Lake Itasy, the 3rd largest lake in Madagascar. The region is beautiful and enjoys a nice microclimate. Lake Itasy, full of fish, attracts fishing enthusiasts. You can also go to see, not far from Ampefy, the geysers, the falls of the Lily river.
Tsiroanomandidy (meaning "only one person rules") is located at the end of the RN1 by the Bongolava Massif. The surrounding area lives mainly on cattle ranching. Here you can enjoy the rickshaw rides and the market visit.
One of the main river in Madagascar, the Manambolo is a must for all adventurers. During your cruise at the beginning from Ankavandra, we will see few small villages that bring the river to life through fishin and farming. The villagers will not fail to greet you with a smile and will teach you the simplicity of life. Different species of birds such as humpback ducks, plovers, herons, teals, great egrets and eagles come to enjoy the coolness of the water and the surrounding vegetation. As we near the Tsingy de Bemaraha area, the gorges become very steep and can reach up to 80 m in height. The limestone rocks are of different colors.
Small town in western Madagascar, only passable during the dry season, from May to November approximately. Tourists adventure this far to visit the National Park of the Tsingy de Bemaraha. The hotels are not located in the village center but, this sleepy place deserve a visit. Lively place at night from July to October.
Tsingy de Bemaraha
Located on the West of Madagascar, the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is one of the most famous park of Madagascar, it represents rare a remarkable geological phenomena and of exceptional beauty, with unique formations named the "Tsingy". Today the Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Capital of Menabe, Morondava is located on the delta of the river of the same name. The city has always struggled with the sea. It has thus conceded 2 km of rich cultivated plains to the place called "La passe Bethania", in the space of only a century and a half. Morondava is less than 19 km from the spectacular Baobabs Avenue.