Madagascar is a large unexplored Island off the coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean with an incredible diversity of wildlife and flora endemic to Madagascar. Madagascar’s landscapes, people, beaches and undiscovered areas will delight those with a taste for discovery. A holiday to Madagascar can expose you to mountains, rain forest, dazzling beaches & coral reef surrounded by clear warm waters.

Essential Information Madagascar

Madagascar Travel
Booking Service

Tel South Africa: (+27) 013 751 2220

This website is owned by All Things Mos Travel cc trading as Madbookings

Lemurs of Madagascar one of the many wildlife attractions
Entry Visa's & Passports

Madagascar entry Visa

Available on entry

As long as you have not exceeded the normal three-month maximum, visas can be extended at the immigration office in Antananarivo or any provincial capital. You will need to supply between two to four passport-size photos as well as a copy of your return air or boat ticket. A one-month extension costs about €21 and can take several days to process.

Cost approx +- US$50 per person

Available to most nationalities at all international entry points into the country
All visitors must have a visa to enter Madagascar.
Visas can be arranged in advance at any Malagasy embassy or consulate for the equivalent of about €29/34 for single/multiple entry. One-month, single-entry visas are available on arrival at Ivato airport in Antananarivo (about €30) – but get an update on the situation before arriving without one. Visas are valid for up to three months from the date of entry and must be used within six months of the date of issue.



Passport requirements

Checked on entry
beaches of madagascar nosy be

All visitors must have a current passport valid for a minimum of 6 months from date of arrival.

You should carry a form of identity at all times in Madagascar (by law) carrying your passport everywhere is not recommended, take a few photocopies along with you and keep your original locked in the hotel safe, when you go out take the photocopy with the hotels phone number (and name of receptionist / hotel manager) written on the copy, if you should be stopped by the police and asked give them the copy and ask them to phone the hotel if there is any issues, in general Madagascans are very polite and civil and helpful.