The international day for tourism is to be celebrated in Madagscar’s capital city and its eastern region. In no way a hazard.
Following a stagnating period, travelers’ taste for the Great Isle’s eastern region is on the rise anew.
Many new buildings have been erected since several years. New hotels, inns and restaurants are growing back and forth throughout Toamasina and along the country’s eastern beaches like Foulpointe, Vatomandry and Mahambo.
Toamasina consequently duly deserved to host August 25th and 27th’s incoming celebrations made of various sport and cultural events
Located 140 miles away from the capital city is the compulsory stopover of Antsampanana to whoever hits the road towards the eastern part of the Great Isle. Travelers get a warm welcome from Antsampanana's traditional restaurants famed across the island for the ales on their set meals. The small town of Antsampanana still has another card up its sleeve, namely a rich stock of exotic fruits.[See]
It takes no longer than a single hour on the road towards the East of the capital city to reach Mandraka, one of the few central lands' places which preserved its original beauty with success. Not many tricky tracks up to there, only drive on the 2nd National Road towards the eastern Toamasina city to avoid any off target landing[See]
Madagascar’s 3000 miles long coasts and hundreds of islands surrounding it are a real deposit of tropical treasures of untold beauty. The small island of Tsarabanjina is merely one sample of what is being told here. But what a sample.[See]