Fort Dauphin Vacations
Visitors can use Fort Dauphin as a base for further explorations. This popular region has been blessed with a wealth of fascinating attractions.
If the weather is fine, take the time to experience Madagascar's open-air markets.
For those who love the water, plan to enjoy some watersports. Scuba diving is a common pastime and another option is sea kayaking. When you are ready to relax, try out sunbathing or wildlife watching.
Sampling local food is usually about more than just sustenance. It is a way of understanding people's lives and places. Often-used ingredients in Madagascar are coffee and juice. Follow the hungry locals and enjoy ravitoto (pork served with cassava leaves) or varanga (fried slivers of beef). Once the main course dishes are cleared away sample the mouthwatering koba (peanut dessert pate).
The 26th of June is Independence Day, so if you're vacationing here at this time, keep in mind that some places may have different opening hours to normal as the nation celebrates.
Wherever you are coming from and no matter how long you have to spend here, wonderful memories of Madagascar will linger with you for years.