When to go
If you like usability, go for a go-kart ride on weekends. Otherwise, if you want calm, choose a working day. Karting is practiced throughout the year. In rainy weather, be twice as careful as the track can be slippery.
How to get there
Ambohimalaza is about twenty kilometres from the capital, taking the RN2. To get to Imerintsiatosika, take the RN1 to PK 26 Beronono. Finally, the Ambodiatafana track is located near Toamasina, 23km, on the road to Foulpointe. Take a scheduled flight with Air Madagascar from Antananarivo to reach Toamasina then take the RN5.
Where to stay
The Ambohimalaza circuit is the last of Madagascar's karting circuits. Karts of 100 cm3 and 125 cm3. The place is open from Wednesday to Sunday. Imerintsiatosika offers a circuit of 1750 metres, and welcomes drivers from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10h to 18h. Finally, far from the hubbub of Antananarivo, east of the Big Island, the circuit of Ambodiatafana allows to combine a lap of the track with the pleasure of a sea bath. Open every day from 8h to 20h.
Where to eat
What to see
Generally, a go-kart tour lasts about 10 to 15 minutes. Before mounting, it is essential to thoroughly review all safety instructions. If you are a beginner, it is strongly recommended to take a 100cc kart to familiarise yourself with the device and the course. The first round is a scouting round. Roll slowly, then gradually increase the speed. Driving a kart correctly is unique to everyone. After two or three laps, mastery of the apparatus begins to be felt.