The small university museum at the entrance to the port constitutes barely 2½ rooms of farming tools, fishing implements, archaeological finds and tribal charms, along with poster displays on deforestation and local…
Tamatave’s colourful Bazary Be sells fruit, vegetables, spices, handicrafts and beautiful bouquets of flowers (should you feel the need to brighten up your hotel room).
At Place Bien Aimé, you'll find the remains of a once grand park; a dozen magnificent banyan trees weep before a crumbling colonial mansion.
A monument to those killed in the 1947 uprising against the French, this plaza is in a sad state of disrepair.
Bazary Kely sells fish and produce in the ruins of a commercial complex, west of the train station.
Landmark church in Tamatave.