• Madagascar Travel Special

      - A beautiful landscape
      - From the luxuriant vegetation of the East to the dry South
      - A picturesque train ride to the East Coast through the tropical rainforest
      - A colourful cruise on the Canal des Pangalanes
      - Experience the peasants’ life in Ambohitsara, a remote village on the Pangalanes, far away from modern « civilisation »
      - Fauna and flora of the Ranomafana and Isalo National Parks
      - Canyons and the « piscines naturelles » of the Isalo Mountain Range
      - Relaxing on the beach of Ifaty

    • Great Adventure Tour

      - Bemaraha Tsingy (a UNESCO World Heritage Site)
      - The « allée des Baobabs »
      - Cruise on the Canal des Pangalanes
      - Walk in the beautiful woods alongside the Indian Ocean Coast
      - Fauna and flora of the Bemaraha, Isalo, Ranomafana and Andasibe National Parks
      - INDRI INDRI, the tallest species of lemurs, in the Analamazaotra/Andasibe reservation

    • Rainforest and Beach

      - Andasibe-Mantadia National Park and its endemic fauna and flora
      - The star of the reservation, the INDRI INDRI, the tallest species of lemurs
      - The tropical rainforest of the East Coast
      - Beautiful beaches on the island of Sainte Marie

    • The Mythical North

      - Biological treasure of the National Park Montagne d’Ambre
      - The amazing « Tsingys Rouges » and « Tsingys de l’Ankarana »
      - Sunbathing, swimming and relaxing on beautiful beaches

    • The Far West

      - A very diversified landscape
      - The “Grands Tsingys”
      - The “allée des baobabs”
      - The West Coast’s most beautiful beaches

    • Hiking and Nature

      - Panoramic landscapes on the central highlands
      - Beautiful rice fields in the countryside
      - Encounter with the villagers and their daily life
      - Discover the beauty of the landscape and the culture of the Zafimaniry
      - The amazing landscape around the Andringitra Mountain
      - 3 national parks rich in fauna and flora
      - Relaxing on the beach

    • Following Jean Laborde’s Footsteps

    • L'île Nosy Be

      Cette île est poursuivie par le mythe de l’île paradisiaque.
      L’île est dotée de longues plages de sable blanc, d’une végétation luxuriante, d’un climat stable et clément presque toute l’année. La faune aquatique y est très abondante et diversifiée et l’eau d’une transparence incomparable. Un paradis pour les plongeurs.
      Aux alentours de NOSY BE se trouvent des îlots dont la plupart sont encore complètement sauvage, où les plages et les fonds sous-marins riment avec sérénité, paix et nature à l'état brut

    • L’îlot Tsarabanjina

      - Des plages de sable blanc immaculé
      - Des lagons bleu turquoise
      - Des fonds sous-marins vierges
      - Végétation luxuriante

    • L’îlot Iranja ou Nosy Iranja

      - 2 islands linked together by a 1,2 km sandbar, creating a unique beach and walking environment
      - A full range of water sports and other activities
      - The island of turtles

    • The peninsula Anjajavy

      - An extraordinary peninsula at the end of the world
      - Sunshine practically all year round
      - Luxury lodge and member of Relais & Chateaux
      - A 450 hectare with a wide variety of lemurs, reptiles and other endemic flora and fauna
      - Many water based and land based activities
      sy Be.

    • L'île Sainte-Marie

      est une île romantique située á la Côte Est avec 5 km de large et 60 km de long. Ici tout est encore nature. Un petit paradis tropical avec une multitude de petites criques de toute beauté. Les plages sont bordées de cocotiers, de récifs coralliens magnifiques peuplés d’une faune sous-marine de toutes tailles et de toutes les couleurs.

    • Salary

      - An exceptional landscape
      - One of most beautiful bays of Madagascar
      - Large beach outside the tourist roads
      - Primary forest still preserved

    • Anakao

      - Long white sand beaches
      - The charm of a typical fisher’s village
      - Excursion to the islands Nosy Ve to practise bird watching and scuba diving
      - Excursion to the nature reserve near the Tsimanampetsotra lake


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Why Madagascar ?


Visit the world's fourth largest island, with its rich diversity of people and cultures, its various landscapes and unique nature!


Around 80% of the animals and plants existing on this huge island are endemic. Thus, most of its beautiful vegetation and colourful wild life can only be found here, especially the lemurs!
Madagascar, with its 587.000, has various climate zones and landscapes, ranging from the sharply sloping side on the very fertile east coast, with heavy rainfall and fabulous rain-forests, to the gradual slope towards the west coast with rather few rainfall, dry forests and savannas, or from the mountainous north with its rich vegetation to the desertic south with its thorny plants and, finally, the "hauts plateaux" in the middle with its green terraced rice fields and friendly temperatures.

The population, language and culture are a mixture in which Indonesian and African elements predominate with some Indian and Arab influences.
There are two versions of the subsequent journey to Madagascar and settlement of the island.

The first, which stresses the underlying unity of the population, argues that the proto-Malagasy migrated to the island over a long period of time, following a coastal route along India, across the southern tip of the Arabian peninsula and down the east coast of Africa, settling for varying periods along the way.
The second theory stresses the diversity of the island's population and argues that those common elements that do exist were developed on the island from the interaction of different groups arriving at different times. The Malayo-Polynesians arrived first and made their way to the plateaux, conquering and absorbing the few indigenous groups they encountered. Later immigration and the slave trade brought the Africans, while the much less important traces of Indian and Arab influences are also the result of separate migrations.
More recently, scientists have given more weight to the first version of settlement.
All these very unusual mixtures are worth a visit even though tourism is still not very developed!

Due to its various climate zones, you can visit Madagascar nearly at any time of the year (only the period between January and March may be uncertain due to the cyclones) and enjoy the wonderful beaches and explore the unique nature.
Temperatures are mostly warm till hot. Only in the plateaux-region, it may get quite chilly after sunset (June to August). You should note, that the more you move to the south-west part of the island, the dryer it gets. We have prepared many different fascinating tours for you!

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