Madagascar: the tourism market brings together the actors of the sector after two years of pandemic
Before the pandemic, in 2019, Madagascar had reached a historic level with the reception of 350,000 tourists in one year.
Since the beginning of the year, the country has registered just under 27,000, according to figures from the Ministry of Tourism.
In Madagascar, the actors of the tourism sector gathered for three days in the capital Antananarivo.
While the high tourist season has begun and the Malagasy sky has been reopened for several months, the recovery remains timid in the country.
Unique biodiversity, white sand beaches and turquoise waters, majestic landscapes, the assets of the Big Island to attract tourists are numerous.