When to go
Anjozorobe has a warm and temperate climate with a dry winter. Average precipitation is 1295 mm per year. The average temperature is around 18.6 ° C. For a most enjoyable hike in this area, plan your getaway in April, May, September or October.
How to get there
On the RN3, Anjozorobe is about 90 km from Antananarivo. The road is in very good condition, you can easily reach the village by light car or by 4x4. In order to better immerse yourself in the local life or why not, make dating, take the taxi-brousse from the parking of Ambodivona. The journey takes about 3 hours.
Where to stay
For your accommodation, book a room at the Mananara Lodge or Saha Forest Camp, ecotourism accommodation. You can also reach your hotel in Antananarivo with ease. The ONG Fanamby will also be pleased to welcome you in its reception facilities.
Where to eat
Whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner, the restaurants of Saha Forest Camp and Mananara Lodge are open to all. Packed lunches are also provided so you can dine while you ride.
What to see
The road leading to Anjozorobe is home to many historical sites. Make a stop at the royal palace of Ilafy and the palace of Ambohimanga to know the history of the Merina royalty. Enjoy a walk on the hills and surrounding localities to discover the daily life of the locals.