For beaches, June is good for Tsarabanjina with warm clear waters and diverse marine life easily seen.
There are a number of spectacular events which occur within the month of June, including the harvesting of the rice crops on the highlands which can be quite spectacular to witness. June also sees the humpback whales starting to return to the coast of Ile Sainte Marie. They migrate here annually from the Antarctic, congregating in sheltered waters to calves and nurse their young in relative safety. Towards the end of June, you may even be able to see their wonderful courtship rituals, but we’d recommend July to September for whale watching safaris, as there will be more of a chance of spotting this gigantuous animals.
There is always a risk of showers within Madagascar and June is no exception. Be ready for rain and sunshine.