Tulear, also called Toliara, is the capital of the southern region of Madagascar. The city is bathed by the sun all year long, and offers a rich cultural life. You will discover a warm and welcoming population in an incredible setting. It is located at the end of Rn7. It’s a long journey from the capital to go there, but you will love to relax on its dreamy beaches!
Tulear is at the end of Rn7, bordering the Mozambique Canal. With its variety of ethnic groups, the city offers thousands of bright colors in a concert of atmospheres punctuated by tsapiky music that fills the streets and reveals the conviviality of their hosts. You’ll discover a rich cultural life with numerous museums. On the way to the commercial port, you will find the Maritime Museum which exposes collections of shells and fossils from the sea. The Mahafaly Museum of Arts and Traditions is a must-see place during your visit. This small museum traces the evolution of crafts and customs of the Great south! In addition to cultural venues, Tulear contains many bars and restaurants where you can enjoy local flavors from India, China, and Europe.