​Getting There – Ranomafana NP

Philip Briggs
By Philip Briggs

Philip is a renowned Africa expert and author of many guidebooks to African destinations, including the Insight guide to Madagascar.

Philip is a renowned Africa expert and author of the Insight Guide to Madagascar.

Philip is the author of the Insight Guide to Madagascar.

Your point of entry to Madagascar is most likely Ivato International Airport (TNR) in Antananarivo (Tana). In most cases, your tour operator will pick you up from the airport and handle all further ground transport.

Ranomafana National Park is located about 400km/250mi south of Tana. The driving time is about 8 hours*. The park is usually visited as part of a tour of southern Madagascar and, when coming from the north, Ambositra is a popular overnight stop. The distance from this town is about 140km/90mi and the driving time is about 3 hours*.

Domestic flights (chartered or scheduled) should be organized by your tour operator if they are a part of your safari, and they are usually included in the tour package you choose. Note that there are no scheduled flights to Ranomafana.

*Driving times are only a rough indication. You should always consider the possibility of significant delays.

Airlines & Ticket Prices

Check Skyscanner to see which airlines can take you to Ivato International Airport (TNR), and what tickets would cost.

Passport, Visa & Other Entry Requirements

Please check our Getting There – Madagascar page to learn more about passport, visa, COVID-19 and other entry requirements.

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