On one side bordered by the eponymous river, Mananjary is a town in the Vatovavy-Fitovinany region. The locality has its own airport and a river port located on the Pangalanes Canal. It is an important regional shopping center, thanks in particular to its port of marina and its plantations of coffee, pepper, vanilla, clove and cinnamon. In addition to the particularly rich natural landscapes of Mananjary, there are also important historical sites, witnesses of the country's fascinating past.
The walks from Mananjary
The best way to discover the biggest sites of Mananjary is undoubtedly a 4 × 4 excursion. The walk goes through Ambohitsara where is the Vatosarilambo, a statue shaped wild boar. The Anjilajila suspension bridge is another tourist attraction not to be missed in the city. Of course, the 4 × 4 ride to Mananjary also includes a hook by the coffee plantations. It should be noted that some walks in Fianarantsoa, Manakara and Nosy Varika are regularly organized from Mananjary.