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Madagascar in March

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Is March a good time to visit Madagascar? March is still the month of the heavy rainfalls in Madagascar, reaching 30mm. Although rain across the island tends to slow down towards the end of the month, getting around is still impossible because of the high level of water in the rivers. Many lodges remain closed until April, as well as national parks. It’s still hot across Madagascar’s coastal regions and especially humid in the north and east. Thunderstorms happen in the central part of Madagascar. Nevertheless, the semi-arid south of Toliara and Fort Dauphin are the best choice for a beach holiday in March. Nosy Be in the northwest could also be suitable. For special interest, visiting the rainforests of Ranomafana (NR7)  during the wet season is an excellent option for those interested in reptiles and amphibians, which are especially active during this time.

chart displaying information about the weather information on the island of Madagascar in March

Best places to visit in Madagascar in March

A romantic table set for dinner at night, with a full moon covered by clouds, near a giant baobab tree in Mandrare in the south of Madagascar
All Inclusive Honeymoon
A while sailing lakana boat on the turquoise water of Andavadoaka in Madagascar
Green and Turquoise
The impressive rocks and trees of Isalo national park in Madagascar
RN7
The tall baobab trees in Morondava on the island of Madagascar and the blue sky above
Land of Baobabs