Morondava is one of the top tourist destinations in Madagascar. For tourists, Morondava is best known as a seaside resort town with a laidback atmosphere where visitors could indulge in relaxing beach vacations while witnessing a one of a kind culture with the backdrop of a breath taking sunset. For locals, Morondava has an abundant fishing industry with a wide range of seafood options.
If you are looking for an authentic local experience where you can take a glimpse of daily life for locals in Morondava; consider visiting Betania Island. This island is where a majority of local fisherman live and will give visitors the opportunity to see the traditional huts made from mud and Satrana (dried palm leaves). This island is a perfect place to relax and take in stunning views of the Mozambique channel. Also, if you are luck local cooks may offer to make you a one of a kind meal comprised of fresh seafoods and local delicacies. The island can be accessed by a canoe rental or if your feeling adventurous and there is a low tied you can walk on the very shallow waters of the Mozambique channel and be there.
On the East Side Of Madagascar, we propose to visit two completely different regions. From the houses in red earth surrounded by rice fields where the population is active in the fields we gradually go down the east coast through the pangalane canal dotted with small villages to end up in the dunes of Ifaty where the time seems to stop.
In just 11 days and 10 nights, it is possible to taste the adventure while sailing on the Tsiribihina River. A trip to enjoy the beautiful turquoise waterfall of Anosin'ampela and to visit the Riverside population during the visit of the village of Begidro. Dedicated to the West, this tour also includes exploring the spectacular Tsingy of Bemaraha.