The new trend in the travel industry - ecotourism in the wild. Discovering Madagascar is a good idea. Take your time to admire all the treasures Madagascar has to offer. Madagascar is a biodiversity hotspot unlike any other. Ecotourism is an immersion in the heart of a unique and exceptional wildlife. Madagascar is still an entirely undersold destination we won’t lie and say it’s the easiest destination to design a trip in. Madagascar is indeed a world apart.
Its forests are home to diademed sifakas, indris, fossas and tenrecs, while baobabs and pachypodia punctuate its desert landscapes. Curious about those exotic-sounding names? Head outside and have an adventure and explore at your own pace. The animals here are by no means tame, but they aren’t dangerous either.
There are no large predators lying in wait for a meal, or poisonous amphibians lurking in the ponds – none that are harmful to humans anyway. You won’t find lions and leopards, or elephants and rhinos wandering around your lodge at night. You may, however, spot a cheeky lemur hanging out on the balcony or dancing round the gardens, or a colourful chameleon giving you the eye from a nearby tree. For even the best-traveled, Madagascar offers a kaleidoscope of discoveries.
The huge and immense tropical forests of Madagascar are considered a true Eldorado by researchers and scientists worldwide. Even the large rainforests of South America cannot compete with the enormous biodiversity of Madagascar’s flora and fauna, which offer a unique habitat for some survivals of the Dino time like the chameleons: with 40 different species, Madagascar counts on the highest chameleon biodiversity of the world.
The fauna and flora of Madagascar are outstanding riches. They are considered by every scientist as being a nature sanctuary as well as the cradle of endemic species of the island. You will discover unique species in the world with nearly 7 types of baobabs, 19 000 plant species, and more than 100 000 different types of species of fauna. This exceptional originality is specifically due to its isolated location in the middle of the Indian Ocean. This colorful journey awaits you.
For those who love the 3 S: Sun, Sea, and... Sand, mixed with adventure, Madagascar is a heaven on earth. It is one of the world’s last frontiers as they only exist in remote corners of the globe. A magnificent place: the white sandy beach under your feet, the forest behind you, the turquoise sea in front. It is a wild and beautiful postcard. Just bear in mind it is isolated and well-preserved island with green hills and barrier beaches.
Madagascar: A playground beyond compare! All of these in a unique natural surrounding. Choose your activity among our selection and jump ahead to live your adventure on this amazing playground.
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Enjoy a nice walk and make the most of the fresh air at the Madagascar's open-air markets. In Madagascar, most of your exploring is done by foot. No need to hide behind you vehicle. This is a much more hands-on experience where you can really get involved with your surroundings, exploring all the nooks and crannies.
Experienced travelers are used to goodbyes, but that doesn't mean they get any easier. When the time comes to depart the wonderful Madagascar, we wouldn't be surprised if you were already planning a return trip!