Madagascar – fourth-largest island in the world and home to 5% of the world’s plant and animal species. Including some of the 32 species of lemur and some of the most amazing amphibians and bird-life that you will ever see.
Reasons why you should visit this extraordinary country:
Madagascar is home to almost 15,000 plant species, and over 80% of these are endemic to the island and found nowhere else in the world.
The dramatic geography
Jungle, dry forests, deserts and xeric shrublands, high peaks, escarpments and plateaus, swamps and lagoons – Madagascar has it all.
The people and The Culture
The 22 million inhabitants of the island are a mix of African, Arab and Indian origin and make up the Malagasy ethnic groups.
Miles and miles of stunning coastline wrap around the island. Species of palm trees line the waters, with traditional wood carved canoes either hiding between the shaded trees, or are seen trawling the crystal waters by fisherman.
By sea or water, Madagascar provides some entertaining transport options. For lack of any public transport, small canoes are used for light travel through lagoons and swamps, larger square paddle boats are utilized when the load is heavier.
As with the flora, Madagascar’s fauna is exploding with indigenous wildlife. The absence of monkeys has created a niche for lemurs – all 103 species of them!
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