The climate in Antalaha is tropical humid type with higher rainfall in high altitude. On the north and north-east slopes, these precipitations are not regular. To get the most out of the wonders of this city, you can go there between April and May or between September and December.
To reach Antalaha, you can take a regular flights to Sambava then reach your destination by bus. Or else, take a car trip from Tana to Antalaha. Your 1340 km long trip can last up to 17 hours.
Once in Antalaha, Hotel Akavana Lodge, Hotel Hazovola (ex-Palissandre), Hotel Ocean Momo, and Hotel Villa Malaza offer a friendly atmosphere where you will find a comfort to the level of your expectations. The owners of Villa Malaza put in place many activities to make your stay unforgettable.
The coastal city of Antalaha is also known for its gastronomy. To taste local dishes, go to Chez Maman Eross, Jeannick Gargote, or Chez Joice. Restaurant Cap-Est also offers quality services.
A few kilometers away from Antalaha, you will find the Park of Andranoanala. The site, with its 1,300 hectares of land, is home to luxury vegetation; the landscape of this reserve will leave you speechless. The hills of Vinany overlooking the Ankavanana (Right) River is a must. Trekking enthusiasts will find their happiness in this site which is considered as a botanical conservatory.
Nosy Mangabe or Nosy Marosy, is a small island 5 km from Maroantsetra, is a perfect destination if you are looking for an authentic unspoilt place rich in history...more
The Island of Maurice, located in the south west part of the Indian Ocean is best known for its beaches, but there is also a whole world of nature to discover...more
Scuba diving in Nosy Be is an unforgettable adventure. The National Marine Park of Nosy Tanikely is both exceptional for diving and for snorkelling...more
During a stay at Diego visit the Sacred Lake of Anivorano or Antagnavo. This lake contains many crocodiles that according to legend were once men...more