The capital fo Madagascar picture from the sky.
250 EURfor a group of 1-2 people
Walking tour
5-6 hours
The start time of the tour is agreed upon with the tour guide

No booking fees at the time of ordering a tour. The tour guide will receive a request for this tour and will contact you.

Description of the tour

Tour itinerary: Antananarivo → Ambohimanga → Antananarivo

Antananarivo, The City of a Thousand, is more commonly referred to as Tana. A trip to Madagascar isn’t complete without a visit to the bustling capital city of Antananarivo. All international flights land just outside the city so for many travelers it’s the first and last stop on their journey. Tana can be a bit overwhelming to the uninitiated with its chaotic traffic and pollution. However, once you have acclimatized you will discover a wonderful city with a wealth of history and culture, delightful shopping, and world-class cuisine; think fine French fare at island prices.

7:30 Am: Antananarivo Full day to do the city tour. Antananarivo, Tana, or the city of a thousand warriors is well known as "Analamanga" which means the blue forest where the "Merina" ethnic group is dominated. As Tana is the capital of Madagascar, you can find all the colors of the 3 million Malagasy populations. Our visit usually involves the lower town, Ambohimanga or the blue hill; craft market, and finally the upper city for a view of Tana's point.  

13:30 Am:  Ambohimanga Ambohimanga is a hill and traditional fortified royal settlement (rova) in Madagascar, located approximately 24 kilometers (15 mi) northeast of the capital city of Antananarivo. The hill and the rova that stands on top are considered the most significant symbol of the cultural identity of the Merina people and the most important and best-preserved monument of the precolonial Merina Kingdom. The walled historic village includes residences and burial sites of several key monarchs. The site, one of the twelve sacred hills of Imerina, is associated with strong feelings of national identity and has maintained its spiritual and sacred character both in ritual practice and the popular imagination for at least four hundred years. It remains a place of worship to which pilgrims come from Madagascar and elsewhere.

The cost of the tour includes
Meeting at the hotel
Transportation to the hotel
Transportation costs
Entrance tickets
Food and drinks
Additional information
Book tour at least 7 days in advance
Tour suitable for children
Tour is suitable for the elderly

Important notes

Face masks required for travelers in public areas. Children below 12 years should pay Half of the price of an Adult.This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate