MADAGASCAR - WHERE ECOTOURISM,WILDLIFE AND CULTURE MEET
Biggest Island of Indian Ocean , Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island, is a land of environmental superlatives. Madagascar broke from continental Africa 165million years ago, leaving its flora and fauna to evolve in isolation. Nearly all Madagascar mammals and reptile species and almost eighty percent of its plants are endemic, that is to be found nowhere else on earth.
The best known animals are the attractive tree-dwelling lemurs. Other favorites include the chameleons with their independently swiveling eyes, countless species of insects, spiders, butterflies, and many endemic birds of special interest to Ornithologists.
Madagascar is a paradise for wildlife lovers, and much of its animal life cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The chief attraction is the lemurs. Undeniably one of the most delightful and cute creatures, there are over 70 species spread throughout the country.
Unique is the only way to describe an adventure holiday to Madagascar. As the fourth largest island in the world, it boasts a varied flora and fauna, 80% of which can’t be found anywhere else in the world.The island offers a cacophony of spectacular scenery from high altitude rainforest, mountains and arid deserts to spiny forests and stunning beaches.
Watching the sun set over the Alley of Baobabs, witnessing the limestone pillars and forest of Grand Tsingy (and its many lemurs) and exploring the canyons and gorges of Isalo National Park, spending time in a place of dense, jungly rainforests of Marojejy and Masoala make a tour of Madagascar irresistible.