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Madagascar, previously known as the Malagasy Republic and now officially known as the Republic of Madagascar, is located off of Southeast Africa’s coast. This island country is popular among travellers for its majestic geography, stunning coastline, indigenous wildlife and lush flora.

Madagascar is also well-known for the Alley of the Baobabs or simply The Avenue. It is a group of 20 to 25 majestic baobab trees in the Menabe region of western Madagascar. These 30-metre high trees line up a dirt road between Belon’i and Morondava. This unique landscape have enticed many travellers to fly to Madagascar. Another interesting place to visit in Madagascar is the Zahamena National Park which encompasses a land area of 423 square kilometres. The national park is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Rainforests of Madagascar which is composed of 13 areas located in Madagascar’s eight national parks. For a bit of culture, visit the Rova of Antananarivo which is a royal palace complex in Madagascar. The royal palace once served as the home of the royals of the Kingdom of Imerina as well as the rulers of the Kingdom of Madagascar.

Before booking a flight to Madagascar, it is always to best to know when the best time to travel to the country. Madagascar enjoys a hot and sub-tropical climate with only two seasons – wet and dry. The months between December to March are considered the rainy months while the April to October are the drier months. There is technically no best time to visit Madagascar as the country can be enjoyed whatever season. So deciding on when to book that flight ticket to Madagascar would largely depend on what activities you want to do in the country. If you want to see the frolics of the humpback whales, the months between July and September are the best months to visit. For a chance to see baby lemurs, go during October and November. If you’re up for a beach holiday, the months of September to December is best when the weather is hot and relatively dry.

Madagascar’s two main international airports are the Ivato International Airport (TNR) in Antananarivo and Fascene Airport in the island of Nosy Be. The Ivato airport is the busiest and most international airlines operate at this airport including Air France, Air Madagascar and Corsair International. Meanwhile, Fascene Airport only operates flights from Air Austral, Air Madagascar, Ewa Air and Neos in some seasons.

Start planning that holiday trip to Madagascar to experience the unique landscape, pristine beaches and rich historical sites. Browse flight prices across whole month and year to find the cheapest air tickets to Madagascar on Skyscanner Singapore.

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