TRAVEL CONDITIONS / ENTRY CONDITIONS TO MADAGASCAR
⇒ From now on, there is no more compulsory confinement upon arrival in Madagascar.
Visa is payable upon arrival at Antananarivo airport or at Madagascar’s embassies in the countries of departure.
VISA 30 Days : +/- 35 Euros / 37 USD
VISA 60 Days : +/- 40 Euros / 45 USD
The World Travel & Tourism Council has awarded Madagascar the Safe Travels Stamp which recognizes it on the international scene as a safe destination.
SECURITY FEE ON DEPARTURE FROM MADAGASCAR
The Civil Aviation Authority of Madagascar informs all passengers traveling from Madagascar that a security fee is applicable on departure from all international airports in Madagascar. This tax, due by passengers departing from Madagascar, is to be paid directly at the airports. Applicable amount: 14.35 USD per passenger. Exceptions: passengers in direct transit.
Since 1st January 2016, a tourist tax of 10 € should be paid by any foreigner entering Madagascar.
(Source: Air Austral and France diplomacy)
5 GOOD REASONS TO COME TO MADAGASCAR
- AN ENDEMIC FAUNA AND FLORA
The Madagascar fauna and flora are incomparably rich. It is considered by all scientists as a sanctuary of nature and the species’ cradle.
- EXCEPTIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS
The offers and possibilities of accommodation in Madagascar are varied. Lodges, homestays, small classic hotels or more luxurious hotels, discover the different types of accommodation that Madagascar has to offer!
- AN ENDEARING PEOPLE AND A FASCINATING CULTURE
Madagascar is fascinating not only because of its biodiversity but also its mixed culture with both Asian and African origins. The “big island” will not fail to amaze you.
- BREATHTAKING LANDSCAPES
Are you planning to spend your next vacation in the Indian Ocean? Congratulations! But maybe you are wondering what there is to see in Madagascar?
- ACTIVITIES FOR ALL TASTES
Real jewel of the Indian Ocean, Madagascar offers you to discover its multiple facets. Whether you travel alone, as a couple, with your family or with colleagues.
Source : Madagascar Tourism