Antananarivo, Malagasy's capital, is situated roughly 250 miles (402 kilometers) southeast of Tambohorano.
It's hardly surprising Tambohorano is such a hotspot for travelers; Madagascar is an Aladdin's Cave of captivating attractions.
Get outdoors and explore Madagascar's open-air markets.
In this hectic world, the perfect vacation often means finding good places to relax. When it's time to kick back, follow the lead of the locals and have a go at sunbathing or bird watching. If you believe the ideal break is challenging your abilities in unique natural environments, then join one of the many hiking or mountain climbing experiences the area around Tambohorano has to offer.
Madagascar cuisine possesses its own unique characteristics and flavors, so be sure to sample one or two local dishes. Some ingredients typically found in a number of Madagascar dishes are coffee and juice. Why not try ravitoto (pork served with cassava leaves) or varanga (fried slivers of beef)? Both dishes are popular in this area. Koba (peanut dessert pate) is a popular last course.
Independence Day is held on the 26th of June, so if you're lucky enough to be in Tambohorano then, set aside your sightseeing and join in the fun and festivities with locals.
Vacations are about meeting new people and doing things differently to at home. Madagascar is an excellent place for doing just that.