by Subdesert | Category News | publish 30-01-2018
After the meeting of the Ministry of tourism and tour operators which took place in June of 2017, 2018 season promises under a lucky star. All tourism promotion projects have been successful, have been made in Malagasy land or foreign land. Everyone is optimistic and ready to welcome tourists from all over the world. Last year, tourism operators, including hotels, travel agencies and car rental companies, increased their sales.
For next year, it should be prepared especially at the level of hotel complexes that are not sufficient enough to accommodate visitors. This lack of infrastructure does not concern the big cities and the provinces but especially the tourist sites a little remote but very appreciated. For example Nosy Saba and Nosy Iranja. The majority of clients who join these localities are wealthy foreign tourists. Infrastructure must also respond to this profile of visitors, both in terms of services and equipment provided within hotels. The tourism actors must improve their quality of service. According to visitors, the structure of the place and the quality of the services do not often correspond to what they see on the websites of the hotels. The goal is to correct this gap and offer the maximum to satisfy customers.
Note that many tourist attractions make the reputation of Madagascar and constantly attract tourists every year. Apart from the beaches, the lush landscape, the parks and the protected areas which shelter many species of fauna and flora, Madagascar also has small islands recently exploited by the tourists. These islands are real favorites that can be found nowhere else but here. In the list of the most famous small islands, there is the island of Sainte Marie to the east, Nosy Be to the west, Nosy Saba 140km from Nosy Be, Nosy Komba, Nosy Mitsio, Nosy Iranja to the south-west of Nosy Be, Nosy Sakatia and Nosy Tanikely.
Each island has its own particularity: lemurs, rich orchid vegetation, coral reefs and marine riches, the division of two small islands connected by white sand or endemic birds.