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
Ampamarinana, one among the Four Protestant Temples built on the capital city's heights, stands where the first Christian believers prosecuted by the royal ruling power by then, were thrown off the cliff.[See]
A place like the commune of Ambohimanga distinguishes at best the central highlands of Madagascar. He, who has a short stay in Antananarivo city and a shadow of interest into its culture, must pay a visit to this place, some 12 miles away to the north of the capital city.[See]
Built up several decades ago, the national road number 12 section stretching between the cities of Farafangana and Vangaindrano, in the south eastern part of Madagascar, is still in a decent enough estate to allow a mostly enjoyable trip .[See]
The remnants of the Malagasy capital city's peculiar ancient architecture are best reflected by four Protestant temples protruding from the city's heights. And every passing year seem to make them more curious than ever before.[See]