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World Heritages

The island of Madagascar is full of varied traditions and cultures, mixing sacred places, particular arts and protected natural areas where a multitude of endemic animals and plants are living. Thus these numerous treasures have been classified as a UNESCO Wolrd Heritage Site so that they’ll be always protected, and because they represent and axceptional interest for the common heritage of humanity.

Zafimaniry Art

The Zafimaniry occupy a mountainous area to the southeast of Ambositra and have developed an exceptional architectural art across the ages. Doors and windows are elaborated in wood and sculpted in the form of geometric figures representing the...

Royal hill of Ambohimanga

Religious capital and holy city of the kingdom of Madagascar in the 19th century, today it's a sacred and spiritual place. True representation of the Malaasy identity and of the political structure, it has kept all its splendor and its strength...

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Bemaraha National Park

The Tsingy was the first refuge for the inhabitants of the island and it is located 820km west of Antananarivo. The Tsingy offers one of the most spectacular landscapes in Madagascar. This is why it was the first UNESCO World Heritage Site,...

Marojejy National Park

You should go for a ride in the sublime park of Marojejy to see its misty massif. In an indescribable land of mystery and escape, you will be able to stroll through the depths of thick primary forests and watch this nature sanctuary and its...

Masoala National Park

The Masoala region, especially the Cape Park, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is an exceptional location thanks to the diversity of its landscapes and the activities that can be done there. You will discover a unique and incredible spot where...

Ranomafana National Park

The Ranomafana National Park is located near the town of Fianarantsoa and covers nearly 41,600 ha of rainforest. Venture into the forest labyrinth and discover species you won't see anywhere else on the island (including dangerous species).

Zahamena National Park

How to come to Madagascar without visiting the beautiful park of Zahamena on the eastern forests of the island… Classified as a World Heritage Site, this park is full of rich and varied fauna and flora that you can observe throughout your...

Andringitra National Park

This National Park belongs to World Heritage of UNESCO. It is the second highest peak in Madagascar and is fomed of granit and gneiss. An exceptional adventure awaits you: splendid landscapes, picturesque villages, and incomparable diversity.

Andohahela National Park

The Andohahela National Park gathers three different climates and is incredibly rich in fauna and flora – A real crossroads between two worlds. It is classified as UNESCO World Heritage. It is a thrilling adventure that awaits you.