The coastline of Tulear to Fort Dauphin, in the extreme south of Madagascar, will delight lovers of wide open spaces and breathtaking landscapes.
Tulear and Ifaty
Languid town straddling the Tropic of Capricorn, Tuléar discovered easily with its large straight streets and boulevards: atmosphere "far west" around a few places frequented, such as restaurants. Rickshaws and markets provide color notes in the "White City" which has a huge beach and sand dunes known as the "battery".
Anakao and Tsimanampesotse National Park
Crossing the Bay Saint Augustine and steep cliffs that plunge into deep waters (refuge coelacanth, sea creature from another age) is the first step towards countries that seem to have been created for tourism. The charms of the sea vie here, indeed, with those of a huge wild bush, the most captivating.
Cap Sainte Marie
The southernmost tip of the Big Island reserve incredible discoveries. Heights of the plateau that dominates Mahafaly Karimbola over 200 kilometers south coast of Madagascar, one has a magnificent view of a vast ocean space which separates the waters of the Mozambique Channel and those of the Indian Ocean.
Berenty forest and Ifotaka
The river banks Mandrare are occupied by forests and vast plantations. Agro-industry side, the alignments of thousands of hectares of sisal (Agave beautiful and large), only a few scattered baobabs is an original décor. Natural heritage is constituted by the forest where Ifotaka thrive alluaudias and euphorbias.
Fort Dauphin and its surroundings
Few countries can harbor many different tourist attractions in such a small scope. Into day trips from Fort Dauphin, it is possible to find "spots" natural importance. The town itself peninsula surrounded by beaches and coves, is provided with an undeniable charm and many historic relics.
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