To travel to Madagascar (called “the eighth continent” due to its extensive nature diversity) you will need to comply with certain requirements like a Landing Authorization which you can request through iVisa.com.
This Landing Authorization is available for 30 or 60 days. Aside from that, you must have had each vaccine on the list underneath (see Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)).
How to get a travel document with iVisa.com
A Madagascar Landing Authorization will be required as well to have access to Madagascar territory. With the guidance of iVisa.com, you will be able to get this travel document for your trip.
- Start by filling out the online application.
- Select a handling speed and make the necessary payment with any of these methods: credit/debit card or PayPal account.
- Upload a scanned image of your valid passport.
- Submit it for completion to our expert team.
- Receive your Landing Authorization in your email.
- Print it or show it at the airport from your mobile phone or tablet.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a vaccine to travel to Madagascar?
Yes, you will need some vaccine requirements before entering Madagascar. You will also have to apply for a Madagascar Landing Authorization.
What are the vaccine requirements to travel to Madagascar?
- Hepatitis A.
- Hepatitis B.
- Rabies (if your tour activities include being close to dogs or wildlife).
- Yellow fever (if traveling from a place where the virus can be transmitted).
- Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) .
- TDAP (Tetanus, Diphtheria & Pertussis).
What are the areas with a higher risk of Malaria in Madagascar?
All areas, except Antananarivo capital city where there have been isolated cases. So, it is suggested that you talk to your doctor before the travel date to get prescripted antimalarial medication.
Is Dengue a threat for travelers in Madagascar?
There is a presence of Dengue mosquitoes in Madagascar but cases are either sporadic and unpredictable.
Is a negative PCR (COVID-19) test required to enter Madagascar?
Can iVisa.com help me with the entry requirements?
We can help you get the Madagascar Landing Authorization within a few minutes.
What are your processing times and fees for Madagascar Landing Authorization?
iVisa.com has three (3) processing times and fees:
- 7 days - USD 20.00(Standard Processing)
- 4 days - USD 30.00(Rush Processing)
- 2 days - USD 50.00(Super Rush Processing)
Will I need to fetch a lot of documentation for my iVisa.com application?
When you apply for a travel document with iVisa.com, you only need the following items:
- Passport, with a scan of the information page.
- A credit or debit card to pay the processing fee.
- An email address to receive the eVisa. Start the application.
How safe is iVisa.com to get my Madagascar Landing Authorization?
The mission of iVisa.com is to promote an agile and safeguarded service online to permanently protect your personal information. If you read our references section you will notice that you are in the right place to get all your traveling documentation.
Where can I get more information?
Please get in touch with our customer support team which is 24/7 available for any questions, doubts, or concerns you may have regarding the Madagascar Landing Authorization or any other travel paperwork.
Madagascar: More Than A Children’s Movie
Madagascar is considered the biggest island country of Africa and the fourth largest in the world. This jungle land holds six different species of the baobab tree. These can measure between five and thirty meters high and live from 800 to 5000 years. Among its main tourist attractions are:
Ranomafana National Park One of the most popular parks where you can find the golden bamboo lemur.
Masoala National Park It houses three marine parks and ten species of lemur.
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park Close to Antananarivo.
Royal Hill of Ambohimanga A historical village that was the residence of the Madagascar royalty, the surrounding wall was constructed in 1847.
Ifaty An ideal beach for diving, snorkeling, and fishing.
Avenue of the Baobabs A long path of these magnificent trees (between Morondava and Belon’i Tsiribihina).
Nosy Be Small island with fine seafood restaurants that serve dinner on the sand.
Tsingy de Bemaraha Reserve Contains a large extension of mangroves.
Isalo National Park Well-known for its mixed terrain. Tour guide required.
Ile Sainte Marie The skeletons of many pirate ships can be seen from the Baie des Forbans. One of the best sites in Madagascar for diving and snorkeling.