Turtles, frogs, whales, lemurs and chameleons like you will never encounter anywhere else. Madagascar and its fifty national parks, it is a fabulous natural conservatory, a living museum where the fauna and flora have many faces to offer.
A bitlarger than France, the island offers an amazing diversity of landscapes, white sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean, red soil Highlands, baobabs overlooking the bush to tropical forests and rice paddies loss view.
The population, mixture between Asia and Africa, is not the slightest interest in the island. It is one of the poorest country in the world. And this is perhaps one of the reasons why it has so much to offer to visitors which are still very rare.
In Madagascar, if you have a thirst for adventure and sports, then you are in the right place. The country is huge, but unfortunately the infrastructure is poor. Landscapes and activities vary according to climatic zones: highlands and rice paddies, tropical forest, savanna, beaches and turquoise waters.
Madagascar is a destination still preserved from mass tourism, an authentic destination where the beauties of nature are the main attractions.