Mananjary offers a tropical climate. During the month of February, the precipitation rate is very high and the temperature can vary from 27°C to 30°C in daytime and comes down to 23°C at night. It is preferable to plan your trip during the dry season, in other words between June and November. We recommend that you bring a raincoat on your next vacation in this southeastern city of Madagascar.
The only way to reach your destination, which is located 525 km away from Antananarivo is by road. This first part of your journey, joined by Fianarantsoa will take about nine hours. After a relaxing stopover in the capital city of the Betsileo region, take the RN25 road through Vohiparara, which will take you six to seven hours on an adventurous road.
For your accommodation in Mananjary, we suggest you book your rooms at Hotel Jardin de Mer, Hotel Le Patio or Hotel Vahiny Lodge. These hotels offer services which will meet your expectations.
Mananjary has good restaurants where you can order typical dishes. Le Picadow and Le Patio are among the best addresses in town. La Boucane is also credited with a very good rating by visitors. However you can eat at your hotel's restaurant.
Mananjary can be the beginning of your adventure in the southeast and east coasts of Madagascar. You can indeed get onboard of a boat at the river port of the city and sail down the Canal des Pangalanes to Mahanoro. You will travel in the middle of a rich and unique vegetation.
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