Morondava, the largest city of the region of Menabe, hosts some of the southern Madagascar must-see tourist attractions
A charming fishing port
Located on the malagasy coast, Morondava has a fishing and tourism-based economy. At dawn, traditional canoes invade its beaches that give access to the Mozambique Channel. At sunset, anglers returning to the shores aboard their boats give tourists a breathtaking sight.
An unforgottable getaway in the heart of nature
Many excursions in the deep south of Madagascar start at Menabe, one of the island’s full of must-see tourist attractions regions. About less than half, an hour by car from the center of Morondava is located the iconic site of this region, the Baobab Avenue. This alley of centuries-old trees-bottles fascinates nature and wild spaces lovers. The natural curiosity photos appear in all tourism booklets about Madagascar. In addition, the site is accessible from the road between the Soleil des Tsingy hotel and Morondava. Off the region’s coast, travellers can enjoy a refreshing walk in the Nosy Kely peninsula that features lush vegetation of mangroves.
A well-served tourist region
Morondava is a beautiful seaside resort located 640 kilometers from Antananarivo. It is accessible by the asphalt road RN35. There is also an air route between the city and Madagascar’s capital. Regular flights connect the Menabe region’s capital and Antananarivo.
If you plan to visit Morondava for your next holidays in the western Madagascar, please check information at your travel agency.