FULL REOPENING OF MADAGASCAR’S BORDERS
SAFETY: the watchword for the reopening.
Updated: May 8th 2022
The Antananarivo Ivato and Nosy Be airports, where all hygiene protocols are in place, will welcome passengers upon landing. Charter flights from Europe to Nosy Be are also allowed as well as cruise ships.
Air France, Air Madagascar and Air Austral are already operating flights.
Air Mauritius resumes its flights since April 7th 2022. Turkish Airlines will resume its flights to/from Madagascar from June 17th 2022.
Ethiopian Airlines will resume its flights to Antananarivo from April23rd 2022 and Nosy Be from May 14th 2022.
Kenya Airways will resume its flights to Antananarivo from April 25th 2022.
South African Airlink will soon announce the resumption of their flights.
The current travel conditions require the following mandatory measures regardless of vaccination status:
– Presentation of a negative result of an Rt-PCR test performed 72 hours before boarding;
– Performing a rapid antigen test upon arrival in Madagascar, cost is 15 euros, USD$20 or 65.000 MGA.
– In case of a positive result to the rapid test on arrival, a quarantine will be implemented, at the traveler’s expense;
In its strategy to reopen the borders, the authorities are ensuring that the hygiene protocols developed by the National Tourism Board (ONTM), on behalf of the Ministry of Tourism and in partnership with the Confederation of Tourism (CTM), are put in place at all levels in order to ensure a pleasant and safe stay for tourists visiting Madagascar.
The Tourist Visa can be obtained on arrival at Antananarivo airport or at the Madagascar embassies in the countries of residence.
Tourism Visa 30 Days: 35 Euros / 37 USD / 115,000 MGA
Tourism Visa 60 Days: 40 Euros / 45 USD / 135,000 MGA