-Updated 26 January 2021 –
Madagascar announced that the island of Nosy Be will reopen for international travel on 1 October 2020. Travel will be limited to Nosy Be and the surrounding archipelagos – no travel to the mainland of Madagascar will be allowed. Fascene Airport on Nosy Be will be ready to welcome international visitors and perform the necessary health checks and testing. Domestic travel within Madagascar resumed in September 2020, with international travel expected to resume when Ivato International Airport in Antananarivo reopens for international visitors.
Open for international travel
- Yes – only the island of Nosy Be
Health screening & COVID-19 protocols on arrival
- Present a return air ticket.
- Provide a negative result for a COVID-19 PCR test, carried out within 72 hours before boarding the flight to Madagascar.
- Undergo a PCR test upon arrival at the airport, at your own cost.
- A letter of commitment must be signed, acknowledging the COVID-related health measures in Madagascar.
- Submit a signed health letter of commitment for the Public Health Ministry.
- Complete a health form and comply with all airport health procedures like temperature scans and using a disinfectant corridor.
- Conduct a COVID-19 PCR test at a hotel (at your own expense) 72 hours before departure from Madagascar, if the destination country requires a negative test result.
- All visitors are required to self-isolate at a hotel (at their own cost) for a maximum of 48 hours while waiting for the results of the PCR test conducted at the airport.
Countries allowed to travel to the destination
- All except Germany, Belgium, Spain, France, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, United Kingdom, Russia, Ukraine, USA, India, Brazil, Morocco, Argentina, and Iran.
Airlines flying into the destination
- Ethiopian Airlines