When to go
A good climate makes the visit to the site possible at any time of the year.
How to get there
From Fianarantsoa, head south on the RN7. After 11 kilometres of asphalted road, is the village of Soaindrana. Take the track for 16 kilometres to the rural town of Andoharanomaitso. Following the trail, you can see the vineyard.
Where to stay
Quiet setting, beautifully located near Sahambavy tea plantations and wilderness ambiance at 'Lake Hotel'. For those who prefer the proximity of the city, the "Soratel" or hotel "Cotsoyannis" are recommended.
Where to eat
What to see
First, the city, its remains and its history. A visit to do with a Betsileo (native of Fianarantsoa). Count a few hours. Apart from the Clos Malaza, other vineyards are to be discovered between Fianarantsoa and Ambalavao, including the Lazan'i Betsileo estate and the Maromby monastery. The productions are different from one area to another, which is the richness of this wine route. But Fianarantsoa is also known for its tea plantations. By taking the RN7 south of Fianarantsoa, admire the valley of Ambalavao, deserving of a western setting, before arriving in the upper town with the most typical buildings of the region. Discover the second largest zebu market in Madagascar. This rich and fertile region is known for its productions of wine, wild silk and chewing tobacco.