Location in Madagascar
|• Total||6,795.01 km2 (2,623.57 sq mi)|
|• Density||34/km2 (88/sq mi)|
|Time zone||EAT (UTC3)|
Antalaha District is a district in northern Madagascar. The district contains the Masoala peninsula, and is limited by Antongil Bay in south-west and Indian Ocean on east. It is a part of Sava Region and borders the districts of Sambava into the north, Andapa to the north-west and Maroantsetra to the west. The area is 6,795.01 km2 (2,624 sq mi) and the population was estimated to be 231,479 in 2013.
The district is divided into 14 communes.
References and notes
- Institut National de la Statistique, Antananarivo.
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