To understand why so many tourists favor Madagascar as a holiday destination, make sure you and your family schedule in some time to explore the wider area.
When the weather's great, why not explore Madagascar's open-air markets?.
If you're not the kind to take holidays purely to relax, the area around Bekily offers plenty of high-energy activities such as mountain climbing and rock climbing. Why not spend some time with a knowledgable local guide and join a special interest tour? Guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours are popular in this region.
For many, traveling is as much about food as it is about visiting tourist attractions so don't forget to explore the dishes here. Coffee as well as juice are often used in food in this area. Favorite menu items are ravitoto (pork served with cassava leaves) and varanga (fried slivers of beef), but there are many other tasty meal options for foodies. Koba (peanut dessert pate) is a good way to finish your Madagascar meal.
Much of Madagascar celebrates Independence Day on the 26th of June, so be prepared for changes to business hours and transport schedules.
Great holidays are all about meeting with new people and seeing the world with fresh eyes. Bekily is a great spot for doing just that.