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Manakara, a quiet and peaceful town, known for its natural landscapes such as its long beaches lined with coconut trees; and also for its historical and cultural heritage inherited from the French colonization, which, has prospered thanks to its port activities. The construction of the port dates from 1936, as well as the railway line.

Manakara is specialized in the manufacture of the famous Antemoro paper, hence its population which comes from the Antemoro ethnic group.

What to do in Manakara?

– Boat trip on the Canal des Pangalannes,

– Visit the artisanal factories of Antemoro paper,

– Go on excursions by foot or even with bicycle to discover the city,

– Relaxing under the coconut trees of the beautiful beaches for a lazy day at the « Trou du commissaire » ;

– Etc…

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