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Cruises visiting Tamatave & all Tamatave cruises for  2019-2020

View Tamatave 2019-2020 cruises for 2 ships listing 13 cruises from Tamatave with today's best deals!

Madagascar, the world's fourth-largest island, is located in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Mozambique. Tamatave (Toamasina) is a pleasant town and the most important port in Madagascar. Severely damaged in 1927 by a storm, the city was subsequently rebuilt. Its colonial past resurfaces through wide boulevards with ancient colonnaded buildings. For travellers it’s a pleasant place, with long, wide avenues lined with flamboyant colours and palm trees, as well as a seaside promenade with a good selection of restaurants. Rain forest and virgin beaches are north towards Mahavelona.

Just before entering Toamasina city you will see a beautiful man-made palm-tree forest. Between the trees the soil is covered by grass and tiny tropical plants. Birds can be seen there as well. Toamasina is Madagascar's port, and second largest city by population. It is also a former pirate haven. The rows of palm trees along the city's main thoroughfare, l'Avenue de l'Independence, give it a distinctly tropical feel. Constantly be aware that it is unwise to swim, because the water is polluted and sharks are attracted to the abattoir around the corner.

Toamasina may just be the bicycle-pousse capital of the world. Thanks to the city's flat, wide streets, pousse-pousse (a ‘push-push’ rickshaw, with a second person pushing the vehicle up hills) are the most popular and cheapest way to get around. You shouldn't have to look far to find one. In Toamasina’s suburbs visit Parc Zoologique Ivoloina, a project of Duke University Primate Centre, to see lemurs and flora. Smaller streets lead to Rue du Commerce, and Boulevard Ratsimilaho warehouses. By wandering around those streets you will be hit by vanilla, spices and clove fragrances that emanate from the packing, weighing, and shipping of these products that have built Madagascar's image.

Cruises visiting Tamatave in 2019

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JAN

Costa Victoria cruises

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12

FEB

Costa Victoria cruises

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26

FEB

Costa Victoria cruises

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12

MAR

Costa Victoria cruises

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Costa Victoria cruises

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4

NOV

Costa Mediterranea cruises

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18

NOV

Costa Mediterranea cruises

14

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28

NOV

Costa Mediterranea cruises

14

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16

DEC

Costa Mediterranea cruises

14

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DEC

Costa Mediterranea cruises

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Cruises visiting Tamatave in 2020

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JAN

Costa Mediterranea cruises

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13

JAN

Costa Mediterranea cruises

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10

FEB

Costa Mediterranea cruises

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24

FEB

Costa Mediterranea cruises

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