A commercial and cultural hub
The city of Ambanja is a commercial and cultural hub in a heavily agricultural region of over 200,000 inhabitants. Its population is estimated at just over 30,000.
It is here that the Honey Company harvests Mimosa honey.
Indeed, this is a privileged region of Madagascar where the tropical climate allows for a minimum livelihood: rice, coffee, cocoa, and vanilla cultivation, as well as zebu breeding, although these incomes unfortunately do not always benefit the population.
A protected area
Anjozorobe is an urban municipality in the Analamanga region in the province of Antananarivo.
The Honey Company harvests Eucalyptus honey here.
It is located 90 kilometers from the capital of Madagascar and is situated on the right bank of the Mananara River, a tributary of the Betsiboka River, the largest navigable river in Madagascar.
Surronded by hills, rice fields, and forests, Anjozorobe is known for its extremely rich forets corridor of animal and plant species
Capital of Madagascar
Capital of Madagascar
Antananarivo is the capital of Madagascar, located in the Central Highlands region of the island.
Overlooking the city, the Rova of Manjakamiadana Palace was the heart of the Merina kingdom from the 17th century. It houses wooden houses and royal tombs.
The pink baroque palace of Andafiavaratra is located in the nearby Upper Town. In the center, the heart-shaped Anosy Lake is lined with jacarandas.
Manakara is a city located on the southeast coast of the island of Madagascar, the capital of the Fitovinany region in the province of Fianarantsoa, and the chief town of the homonymous district. Manakara is a former colonial town with a small port.
It is in Mankara that the Honey Company harvests Lichti, Naouli, and Mokarana honey.
The town is located near the mouth of the Manakara River from which it takes its name and has a small port. The urban municipality of Manakara covers 31,756 km², half of which is urbanized.
The Madagascar Riviera
Also known as "Fort Dauphine," Tôlanaro is a town that has preserved vestiges of the past. Occupied by Europeans in the 17th century, Fort Dauphin, which served as a trading post, was named in honor of King Louis XIV.
It is also here that the very first settlement of the island of Réunion departed. Nestled on a promontory at the foot of Pic Saint Louis, Fort Dauphin offers a magnificent landscape and one of the most spectacular in Madagascar.