Take a 4X4 and drive along the RN7 as far as Antsirabe and then take the road west as far as Sakoazato. Once you arrive in the village, trackers and porters will accompany you during the whole expedition.
You can explore the Makay mountain chain at any time of year as there is a very low risk of rain or bad weather. However, you should always remember to take sunscreen and anti-mosquito lotion and wear clothes to cover your body.
Go on an adventure and stay with the locals, or take a tent and stay at the heart of the mountains. For those who would like more comfort, there are hotels close to the mountain chain: Chez Alice, Isalo Rock Lodge, the Satrana Lodge or the Relais de la Reine Isalo.
There are villages in the area that have small traditional restaurants and snack-bars serving local specialties.
Sail along the Menapandaha river. The thousands of kilometres of natural maze are a real wonder: a fascinating adventure of discovery. Extend your visit to the National Park of Isalo and the village of Isalo to discover the great Bara culture, of Bantou origin, by staying with them or hiring them as guides.
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