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The fourth largest island in the world and home to five percent of the world’s plant and animal species, 80 percent of which are unique to Madagascar. The most famous among these species are the Baobab trees and the lemurs.
Where to Go
Tropical North – For the best beaches, snorkeling, dhow trips and yacht charters. In addition to the beaches, there are lush forests for spotting lemurs, chameleons and other animals endemic to Madagascar.
Remote West – To explore cave and rock formations, visit stunning forests and see the famous Madagascar baobabs.
East Region – A great combination of beaches and rainforests and where you’ll spot the Indri – the largest lemur on Madagascar.
Dry South Region – The culturally most fascinating area featuring diverse tribes, historical remnants as well as baobabs and the famous spiny forest.
Central Highlands – Towns and the villages located on beautiful rolling hills.
When to Go
There are only two seasons in Madagascar – dry and wet. Wet season lasts in most areas from December to April.