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Bathing in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa is a natural paradise: Madagascar. With crystal-clear waters lined with palm trees, its beaches are the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable honeymoon in Madagascar.
Madagascar honeymoon resorts are an exquisite combination of minimalist luxury and Malagasy charm, a romantic retreat from where you can explore the kaleidoscopic landscapes that this island offers. There are so many things to do in Madagascar that one trip is never enough.
Madagascar beaches are widely considered to be on par with those of Seychelles. Our Madagascar honeymoon resort is located near some of the most exclusive beaches in the country, recreating a natural paradise with the added benefit of all-modern luxuries and conveniences. Nosy Be, the “Island of Perfumes”, will welcome you with an aromatic symphony, where the scent of ylang-ylang and vanilla fuse with touches of cinnamon, patchouli and saffron.
The clear turquoise beaches with fine white sand are also a real treat for the senses. On the other side, to the east, is the island of Sainte-Marie, another beach lover’s paradise with fine sand and rows of coconut trees that compete with the refreshing lakes that we can find inland. From July to September, this island is a strategic location for watching the migration of humpback whales, another magical experience that you can add to your honeymoon trip in Madagascar.
Madagascar is home to an estimated 200,000 living species, from the friendly lemurs to the bizarre aye-ayes. The Isalo National Park is an excellent starting point to begin exploring this incredible biodiversity.
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park and its spectacular karst formations that have become an almost impenetrable labyrinth of sharply pointed towers, narrow gorges and caves, protecting a forest.
Equally as impressive is the Avenue of the Baobabs, a stretch of the RT8 road bordered by majestic trees on both sides that are over a thousand years old, whose branches almost seem to touch the sky. Not far away you will find the ‘baobabs in love’, a regular stop on the tours that come with the Madagascar honeymoon packages.
800 square kilometres of land where you can find everything from imposing, abrupt desert canyons to an oasis of palm trees.
World heritage site by UNESCO (1990)
Legend has it that these two gigantic trees are the reincarnation of a young couple in love whose families stopped them from getting married.
Few places in the world are as culturally rich as Madagascar. African, Arab, Asian and European influences have fused over the centuries in border cities such as Toamasina.
Its bustling harbour and the lively streets that beat to the rattle of the pousse-pousse rickshaws guarantee that you’ll have a unique experience.
The Malagasy cuisine is a true reflection of its history: a melting pot of influences from all over the world. The base of many of its dishes is rice, seasoned with a wide array of aromatic spices.
The kitchens in Constance Tsarabanjina honeymoon resorts know how to take advantage of this sublime fusion, creating exotic flavours that will surprise the palate, using premium local products.
Ambohimanga is another location that has been declared a World Heritage Site, where you can really delve into the roots of Malagasy culture.
Further south is Antsirabe, meaning “where there is much salt”, whose name comes from the surrounding thermal springs that are rich in mineral salts.
Constance's philosophy of food embraces nature’s diversity and serves beautifully crafted food through fresh produces, innovative techniques and a harmony of flavours.
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