Deal alert: UK cities to Madagascar from £452 return

Sep 9, 2019

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Your next adventure to a far-flung, tropical destination could be to Madagascar from as little as £452 return. As there are no direct flights from the UK, this Air France option via Paris (CDG) is about as good as you’re going to get.

Madagascar is the second-largest island nation in the world and boasts multiple beautiful national parks and reserves. The lemur is native to this stunning tropical island and was the inspiration behind the trilogy of fims aptly named “Madagascar”.

If beaches are more your thing, Nosy Be at the far north of the island is a tropical island paradise. It’s an absolute must-visit tiny island with soft white sand, turquoise water and amazing seafood

To book, head to Google Flights and enter either Birmingham (BHX), Edinburgh (EDI), London (LHR), Manchester (MAN) or Newcastle (NCL) and the destination airport as Antananarivo (TNR). Set the airline to Air France then toggle through the calendar to pick the dates best suited to you — the cheapest fares are always highlighted in green.

Airline: Air France
Cost: £452+ return
Travel Dates: January – March 2020

Here are some examples of what you can book:

Manchester (MAN) to Antananarivo (TNR) for £452 return:

London (LHR) to Antananarivo (TNR) for £457 return:

Newcastle (NCL) to Antananarivo (TNR) for £481 return:

Edinburgh (EDI) to Antananarivo (TNR) for £481 return:

H/T: Secret Flying

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