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Flights to Madagascar in 2021

Popular inNovemberHigh demand for flights, 25% potential price rise
Cheapest inJuneBest time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop
Average price₹ 65,376Average for round-trip flights in April 2021
Round-trip from₹ 79,460From New Delhi to Antananarivo
One-way from₹ 38,025One-way flight from New Delhi to Antananarivo

Cheapest prices for Madagascar flights by month

January
₹ 41,683
February
₹ 60,628
March
₹ 43,048
April
₹ 52,927
May
₹ 53,065
June
₹ 54,597
July
₹ 51,269
August
₹ 47,355
September
₹ 46,671
October
₹ 50,080
November
₹ 52,230
December
₹ 49,692
January is currently the cheapest month to fly to Madagascar. At this moment in time February is the most expensive month. These prices are determined by multiple factors and booking in advance can help keep costs down if your schedule is not as flexible.

When is the best time to fly to Madagascar?

DEL - TNR
Price
₹ 41,683 - ₹ 86,771
TNR
Temperature
21 - 28 °C
TNR
Rainfall
4 - 331 mm
The best time to fly to Madagascar is during January, but great deals can be found at other times. November sees the temperatures in Madagascar peak to their warmest. January tends, on average, to see the most amount of rainfall.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Madagascar?

The cheapest day to fly to Madagascar is usually Wednesday. At the moment, Thursday is the most expensive.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Madagascar?

Madagascar flights can be made cheaper if you choose a flight in the evening. Booking a flight in the morning will likely mean higher prices.

Look inside a camera pointed at Madagascar and you’re bound to see cheeky lemurs singing while sashaying across the vanilla vines of the forest. Then point your camera slightly to the right and feast your eyes on the bluest sea you’ve every seen in your life. On a map, Madagascar’s location is the envy of every African country – it’s surrounded by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean yet close enough to the continent so it’s not completely isolated.

Nature lovers booking flights to Madagascar will be spoilt for choice once they arrive. The island is blessed with pristine rainforests, flowing waterfalls and coral-rich beaches. Divers from all over the world book their Madagascar flights to lunge deep into the turquoise waters to explore the magnificent marine life living beneath. The dive site at Tsarabanjina is famous for its Mitsio coral reefs while Ifaty in the southwest off Tulear is renowned for its selection of sharks, making it a good choice for more experienced divers. Those in search of a more laid-back island experience should head up north to Nosy Be or “Perfume Island” where scents of ylang-ylang and frangipani welcome visitors to its white sandy beaches.

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Madagascar climate

The climate is subtropical, it varies according to geography and altitude. The eastern part of the country is the wettest and gets cyclones and rainstorms. The west and southwest are much hotter and drier. The coast is hot with temperatures reaching between 27 and 32 degrees.

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When is the best time to fly to Madagascar?

Peak Season:

Madagascar’s summer is from November to March. Although it’s the wettest period, it’s also the best time to see book flights to Madagascar and when the flora and fauna is in all its glory. July to September is whale watching season when humpback whales migrate. The best spot to watch them is from Isle Sainte Marie, a 60km-long island off Madagascar’s north-east coast.

Off Season:

Rainy season, which is also its summer, is from December to March. From April to October the weather is milder and drier.

 

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Getting around Madagascar

Island hopping is easy with the country’s national carrier Air Madagascar. If you feel like flying like royalty you could charter a private aircraft and have the plane all to yourself.

Renting a car is possible but there are many hazards on the road that could make driving very frustrating. Instead, most visitors hire a car and driver or a taxi.

If you’d rather travel like a local then hop on to one of their bush taxis which are shared vehicles: trucks, cars or minibuses; although most of these are quite uncomfortable and can be rather dangerous. When taking a short trip around town the easiest way to do so is by brightly coloured hand-drawn rickshaws or pousse-pousses.

Adventurous travellers can rent a bicycle, moped or motorcycle and explore the island’s rainforests, hillsides and white sand beaches.

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