Madagascar National Parks

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Madagascar National Parks was founded in 1990 and officially recognised in 1991. This private non-profit organisation assures the conservation and management of Madagascar's national parks and reserves.

Madagascar National Parks, formally known as ANGAP, is devoted to the preservation of ecosystems in protected areas, the research on biodiversity, environmental education and the initiation of ecotourism. Through an equitable division of the park entrance fees, the association also supports the development of neighbouring villages and regions of the protected areas, which are the first recipients.

Entrance tickets are available at the reception counter of each national park as well as at the ORTANA office located in Antaninarenina in Antananarivo. ORTANA stands for Office Regional du Tourisme Analamanga (Regional Office of Tourism Analamanga). The office is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm and Saturday from 9am till noon.

As of 1st November 2015, the entrance fees for a day visit vary depending on the chosen park/reserve between 45,000 Ariary and 65,000 Ariary for a foreign adult. Children pay 25,000 Ariary a day. Guides are obligatory in all parks/reserves and cost extra.


Terrestrial National Park
Marine National Park
Strict Nature Reserve
Special Reserve

Madagascar National Parks
Ambatobe - BP. 1424
103 Antananarivo
Madagascar

Tel: +261 )0)34 49 415 38 (mobile) or +261 (0)34 49 418 83 (mobile)
Email: contact@madagascar.national.parks.mg
Website: www.parcs-madagascar.com

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