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The best way to get to Madagascar is by air. So far air Madagascar and air France are the only long haul flight from Paris which is convenient for travelers from Europe and from the United States. Of course you can come via South Africa, Nairobi, mariutus, reunion, Bangkok.
Broadly speaking the dry months are between Mid Aprils to Mid November. Keen naturalists should go from late august to end of December. With the climate change the weather is not predictable so you just tell when do you plan to come and I will advise you what it will be like and select the areas accordingly.
Yes, a visa is required by everyone except for Malagasy citizen.
It can be issued at the airport in Antananarivo upon your arrival or you can obtain it from Malagasy embassy near you. You will require a valid passport with 6 months and round trip international air tickets.
30 days entry visa is free of charge but if you apply more than 30 days then you will be charged around 60 euro or more.
It is essential that you take out sufficient travel insurance from your country.
I recommend you to bring Euro, US dollars or Pounds in notes. Visa card is most easy one to change at ATM machines at every major city you will pass.
The local people speak Malagasy, which belongs to the Malay -Polynesian family of languages. French is only use for an administrative paper work. Few speak English.
Yes, cyber café can be found in every big place or at high standard hotel. You might get a wifi internet connection if you have your lap top with you.
Yes, mobile phone is very popular and works well at most of the accessible places. We have orange, telma and airtel operators so you can choose one of it which suite for you.