FULL REOPENING OF MADAGASCAR’S BORDERS
SAFETY: the watchword for the reopening.
Updated:June 5th 2023
The Antananarivo Ivato, Nosy Be, Toliara and Fort Dauphin airports, where all hygiene protocols are in place, will welcome passengers upon landing. Private charter flights are also allowed as well as cruise ships.
Air France, Air Madagascar, Kenya Airways, Air Mauritius , Ethiopian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Airlink and Air Austral are operating flights.
Madagascar has lifted all COVID travel protocols for all travellers irrespective of vaccination status regardless of vaccination status.
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 for stays less than 15 Days stays: 10 Euros / 11 USD
Tourism Visa for stays between 15 to 30 Days: 35 Euros / 37 USD ( payable in cash)
Tourism Visa for stays up to 60 Days: 40 Euros / 45 USD ( payable in cash)
Passport shall have at least 6 months of validity and a blank page.