An island like no other, Madagascar is populated with lush rainforests, scampering lemurs, savannah plains punctuated by towering baobabs, and a coast lined with golden beaches.
located 400 kilometres off Africa’s east coast, Madagascar's indigenous wildlife is found nowhere else on earth. Its menagerie of weird and wonderful creatures include the world’s biggest and smallest chameleons and over 70 species of lemur.
The landscape in Madagascar is no less compelling than the resident wildlife with terrain ranging from lush jungles and palm-fringed beaches to the knife-edged karst tsingys of the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park’s ‘stone forests’. Getting around on the island is best by air due to its rustic nature and the top wildlife destinations would have to Tsingy de Bemaraha or Mandrare River Camp. Both areas offer unique tours of Lemurs as well as night walks for nocturnal lemurs it’s definitely worth experiencing when in Madagascar.