Tourist flow slightly on the rise in the Great Isle26/04/2010 | 16:15:15
The number of tourists having made for Madagascar has enjoyed a plus 20% increase during the first four months of the year, compared to the same period in 2009.
Professionals are recovering hope anew although nothing is yet to be held for granted.
The hotel rooms booking rate is now fluctuating between 30% and 50%, a poor score for tourism operators. So much more is being required for long term expections.
The sector's fragility is no more denied. Since 2009, the political crisis has been taking a significant toll from tourism professionals. Many hotels have been pushed to lay workers off or to shut doors.
La forêt des Sept lacs se trouve à l’Est du plateau calcaire Mahafaly, l’un des derniers grands blocs de forêts primaires que compte l’île et qui s’étend sur près de 12500 km² de superficie dans la partie Sud-ouest de Madagascar.[See]
The Mahajanga province is by rights allowed to boast its "City of Flowers" now progressively recovery its past dazzle. Still, its locations filled with major historical memory are definitely neither the last nor the least of its curiosities, which are not worth the call in.[See]
The name of Mantasoa went down in history first as the place which hosted one of the island's first industrial facilities founded by a certain Jean Laborde, Frenchman and friend to the Kingdom of Madagascar.[See]
The call from Madagascar relayed by the Vanilla Islands has reached sympathetic ears. On Tuesday, May 20th 2014, France made a welcome move by finally lifting the orange classification from Nosy Be island. Its foreign office's formal statement disclosed that "the deployment of additional human and material resources by and for security forces proved fruitful to the recovery of peaceful security standards noticed over several weeks."[See]
The International Tourism Exhibition of Madagascar was attended by major representatives of the Vanilla Isles. Madagascar, the Comoros, Mayotte, La Reunion, the Seychelles and Mauritius join hands to strengthen their marketing power.[See]