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Tourism in Madagascar : Encouraging statistics for 2023

Tourism in Madagascar : Encouraging statistics for 2023

Tourism in Madagascar : Encouraging statistics for 2023

According to figures provided by the Ministry of Tourism, Madagascar has welcomed more than 157 000 tourists during 9 first months of 2023. These figures are encouraging for operators who hope to return to pre-covid attendance rates. These figures show that the Malagasy tourism sector is on the path to recovery.

Tourism in Madagascar : Much remains to be done

However, additional efforts must be urgently put in place by stakeholders to quickly reach the levels of 2019 and expect to receive more travelers from all over the world.

This concerns in particular the improvement of international and especially domestic air service which suffers from a significant lack of fleet to meet the strong existing demand..

Without forgetting, of course, the imperative rehabilitation of national roads and access routes to tourist areas. To give an example, we can talk about the Tsingys of Namoroka ; an exceptional and still unexplored tourist site in the Boeny region, due to difficulty of access.

Reminder, improving the air transport offer and accessibility is one of the major axes of the Road Map of the Confederation of Tourism of Madagascar (Ctm) to revive tourism on the big island.

Air service is the key

« The main point to improve is undoubtedly that of the air transport offer.. Because despite the multiplication of flight frequencies and the return of certain large historical companies, notably Corsair, there is a significant lack of seating and rotation capacity to hope to quickly return to the levels of 2019 and expect to reach the 500 000 visitors on the horizon 2025. New air routes must be developed quickly. Foreign airlines must be allowed to come to Madagascar without hindrance. But also increase the number of airports to international standards.

It is especially at the level of domestic service that the problem lies., given the deplorable state of road infrastructure which seriously affects the movement of international and local travelers from one city to another and the excessively expensive cost of plane tickets. »

These are the words of Mr Lova Ratovomalala, Executive Director of the CTM, during an interview with the Midi Madagascar press.

On the other hand, the current situation of political instability risks turning everything upside down. We hope everything will return to normal and the economy can develop.

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