Antsirabe

Point of Interest

Antsirabe Cathedral

Antsirabe Cathedral

Fahaleovantena Tribes Monument

Fahaleovantena Tribes Monument

Lake Tritriva

Lake Tritriva

Brasserie Star

Brasserie Star

Thermal Bath

Thermal Bath

Tritriva Lake
This lake seems asleep at the foot of Mount Tritriva , but according to legend, a pair of lovers , and Rabeniomby Ravolahanta , committed suicide there after some of Fanorona . They loved each other but their parents did not accept their union as being Ravolahanta outcome of the royal family and had their different social class, their union has become impossible. They decided to drown in order to remain linked forever because they already before disèrent ” Faty No. isarahana ” which means only death can separate them, but even death did not separate them. It can be observed coming out of the rock, two interlaced trees, supposed to represent their lost love.
The Tritriva Lake is a lake in Madagascar a few kilometers of Antsirabe , near the town of Belazao . Of volcanic origin , it occupies the summit of Mount Tritriva with a depth of 160 meters. This water an opaque green exude a strange impression.

Thermal Baths of Antsirabe
Some of the recommended thermal pools are found next to Lac (lake) Ranomafana (hot water) in the Ranomafana National Park; the pools are the perfect temperature and one can also get a massage or go for night swims in the complex.
Within Antsirabe, guests staying in the Hotel de Thermes can take advantage of an on-site thermal bath that comes out at a toasty 52°C at a depth of 22 metres, but reaches just the right temperature at the surface. There is also a naturally heated indoor swimming pool. Many of these springs have been in use since the 19th century, when Norwegian missionaries came and named Antsirabe, which means “the place of much salt”.

Sabotsy Market
A Madagascan version of a Moroccan souk, this sprawling open-air market, with distinct areas of jewellery, clothing, food, and more, will keep you occupied for hours either shopping or simply absorbing the spectacle. Located in a vast walled compound, it is a Pandora’s box of unusual sights and sounds, not to mention things for sale, with all of local society seemingly on display.

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