Tsiroanomandidy is situated about 95 miles (153 kilometers) west of Antananarivo, the national capital.
There is no need to limit your tour to the points of interest in Tsiroanomandidy because the whole region has been blessed with a wealth of great things to do and see.
Enjoy a little local culture under the bright blue sky at the region's much-loved open-air markets.
The wider region offers plenty of activities for visitors who enjoy water. Sea kayaking and scuba diving are both popular water-based activities here. Those adventurous souls in search of outdoor thrills should max-out their heart rates by signing up for a mountain climbing or hiking adventure.
Delve into the various tastes of Madagascar by trying out local food. Regular ingredients in this area are coffee and juice. Why not order ravitoto (pork served with cassava leaves) or varanga (fried slivers of beef)? Both meals are a common fare in this area. Koba (peanut dessert pate) is a commonly eaten final course.
The 26th of June is Independence Day, so if you're lucky enough to be in Tsiroanomandidy then, remember that banks, business and some attractions may have irregular opening hours as the nation celebrates.
Don't forget, adventures are the only thing you can buy that makes you richer. Your time in Madagascar, will give you memories you'll treasure forever.