Nestled in the Indian Ocean, Madagascar is a true paradise on earth. Wonderful beaches, a breathtaking coral reef, spectacular parks and forests are just some of the elements that make this state, one of the most desired destinations by tourists. And if you are also interested in buying a property in Madagascar and moving to this corner of paradise, you just have to follow our simple but effective advice, which will help you make the investment of your life!
We start from the various requirements necessary to be able to access this land. With regard to vaccinations, no special certificates are required, except for travelers from the African continent, who will have to show documentation on vaccination against yellow fever. The passport is required with a residual validity of at least six months at the time of entry into the country. The visa is required for tourism or business if you intend to exceed 90 days of stay. It is issued at the airport upon arrival and of course by payment. If you have a sum in foreign currency greater than 7500 euros, it is advisable but not mandatory to sign a simple statement to avoid unpleasant problems. Let us now come to the climate. Obviously we speak of tropical temperatures with areas where the sub-desert (as in the South) and other areas, mainly mountainous, where the mild prevails. In this country there is also a real dry season, which begins in April and lasts throughout the month of October. The eastern coast, on the contrary, is characterized by heavy rains for all the 365 days. Temperatures range from 25°C to 30°C. So when should we leave for this land? Without a doubt, September and October are the best months to avoid hitting cyclones, rain or scorching heat. So, armed with t-shirts, flip-flops and costumes and you won't need anything else.
How much does it cost to live in Madagascar? You will be surprised to discover that it will take less than 500 euros a month to be happy in this paradise.
The current currency is the 'Ariary Malagasy corresponds to about 0.0002 euros and 0.0003 U.S. dollars. With about 15 euros per day you can live quietly and cover both fixed costs and extras.
Let's see together which are in the basket of goods the standard costs
1kg of rice 2,000 ariary
1kg beef 12,000 ariary
1kg fresh fish 5,000 ariary
Tailor-made garments 10,000 ariary
Electricity and hydropower monthly 20 euro
And now, finally, let's figure out how much a property in Madagascar costs.
As for rentals, you can also find bargains starting from 120 euros per month. For the purchase of a property instead, the prices are around 22,000 euros for building land, and 150,000 euros for villas 200 meters from the beach.
All we can do is wish you a good trip to this corner of paradise!
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