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MADAGASCAR

MADAGASCAR IS A TREASURE TROVE FOR EXPERIENCED ADVENTURERS. THEREFORE, THOSE HOPING TO EMBRACE THE REWARDING CHALLENGES THAT COME WITH EXPLORING ITS UNDISCOVERED, DIVERSE LANDSCAPES WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. LUSH RAINFORESTS HIDING LEMURS, PALM FRINGED BEACHES AND ARID DESERTS DOTTED WITH BAOBABS ALL FORM PART OF THIS REMOTE, MYSTICAL PLACE, THE 4TH BIGGEST ISLAND IN THE WORLD. BUT IT IS SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT.

Madagascar is an evolutionary bubble where 90% of the biodiversity is endemic to the island. A remarkable number of fauna and flora that thrive here cannot be found anywhere else in the world. This guarantees some of the planet’s most unique wildlife experiences. What is also beyond spectacular is the exotic marine life waiting to be discovered.

A natural monument and highlight is the Avenue of the Baobabs. Six of the eight species are endemic to Madagascar. It is a marvel to behold. Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site defined by a nearly impenetrable labyrinth of limestone needles. The endangered Antsingy leaf chameleon lives here. Royal Hill of Ambohimanga is a World Heritage Site as well and considered the embodiment of Malagasy cultural identity; a royal city and burial site of great spiritual and historic significance. What may be the world’s only legitimate pirate cemetery can be visited on Ile Sainte Marie (St. Mary’s Island). Pirates have been idealised and romanticised, but the cruelty and violence they exhibited were quite real. The echoes remain on Ile Sainte Marie with its wrecks of pirate ships, a former base for hundreds of pirates in the 17th and 18th centuries.

If relaxation is all you are after, fear not. The beaches of Nosy Be Island in the southwest will certainly satisfy your needs. Superb swimming beaches, shallow reefs and surf spots beckon at Taolagnaro, where the country’s oldest fort can be found. Ifaty sits on Madagascar’s southeastern coast and is comprised of two small Vezo fishing villages, Mangily and Madio Rano. It is here where the heart of the country’s magnificent coral reef lies which makes it a paradisal spot for snorkelers and divers. Berenty reserve, Isalo National Park, the elegant city of Antsirabe and Antananarivo the capital—the list of attractions goes on. Let your heart decide.

MADAGASCAR IS A TREASURE TROVE FOR EXPERIENCED ADVENTURERS. THEREFORE, THOSE HOPING TO EMBRACE THE REWARDING CHALLENGES THAT COME WITH EXPLORING ITS UNDISCOVERED, DIVERSE LANDSCAPES WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. LUSH RAINFORESTS HIDING LEMURS, PALM FRINGED BEACHES AND ARID DESERTS DOTTED WITH BAOBABS ALL FORM PART OF THIS REMOTE, MYSTICAL PLACE, THE 4TH BIGGEST ISLAND IN THE WORLD. BUT IT IS SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT.

Madagascar is an evolutionary bubble where 90% of the biodiversity is endemic to the island. A remarkable number of fauna and flora that thrive here cannot be found anywhere else in the world. This guarantees some of the planet’s most unique wildlife experiences. What is also beyond spectacular is the exotic marine life waiting to be discovered.

A natural monument and highlight is the Avenue of the Baobabs. Six of the eight species are endemic to Madagascar. It is a marvel to behold. Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site defined by a nearly impenetrable labyrinth of limestone needles. The endangered Antsingy leaf chameleon lives here. Royal Hill of Ambohimanga is a World Heritage Site as well and considered the embodiment of Malagasy cultural identity; a royal city and burial site of great spiritual and historic significance. What may be the world’s only legitimate pirate cemetery can be visited on Ile Sainte Marie (St. Mary’s Island). Pirates have been idealised and romanticised, but the cruelty and violence they exhibited were quite real. The echoes remain on Ile Sainte Marie with its wrecks of pirate ships, a former base for hundreds of pirates in the 17th and 18th centuries.

If relaxation is all you are after, fear not. The beaches of Nosy Be Island in the southwest will certainly satisfy your needs. Superb swimming beaches, shallow reefs and surf spots beckon at Taolagnaro, where the country’s oldest fort can be found. Ifaty sits on Madagascar’s southeastern coast and is comprised of two small Vezo fishing villages, Mangily and Madio Rano. It is here where the heart of the country’s magnificent coral reef lies which makes it a paradisal spot for snorkelers and divers. Berenty reserve, Isalo National Park, the elegant city of Antsirabe and Antananarivo the capital—the list of attractions goes on. Let your heart decide.

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