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Madagascar is truly a one of a kind destination, with 80 % of its flora and fauna found absolutely nowhere else. It is the perfect place for anyone looking for something new and special. What about travelling families? Does this unusual destination meet the various requirements to make it family-friendly? Children can have very specific … Weiterlesen


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Isalo Rock Lodge

Allow us to introduce you to one of Madagascar’s most sublime properties, perfectly suited to its surroundings and taking full advantage of its location on the doorstep on the breathtaking natural scenery of Isalo National Park. Isalo Rock Lodge is a luxury hotel offering spacious and cool rooms, with all the amenities. Look forward to … Weiterlesen

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Rock Formations, Isalo National Park, Madagascar

As Madagascar’s most popular park, Isalo National Park, is a must-do when visiting the country. Our 1000 Views of Madagascar tour includes a stop at the park that can boldly claim some of the country’s most breathtaking scenery. Most people already know about the “Window of Isalo” a stack of rocks that create a rectangular … Weiterlesen

SELLING MADAGASCAR EXPERT ADVICE: THE RIGHT REGION FOR THE RIGHT TRAVELLER

As the 4th largest island in the world one can expect a wide range of landscapes and attractions, and in this regard the island nation of Madagascar certainly does not disappoint. In fact, the country still retains such a sense of mystery that it can be hard to tell what to expect in this fascinating … Weiterlesen

MAKING MADAGASCAR FAMILIAR FOR OUR PARTNERS

We recently took a group of agents on a fam trip to Madagascar to familiarise themselves with what exactly it has to offer, to learn the ins and outs, and to become the Madagascar experts that will sell this destination to intrepid travellers around the world. Our marketing specialist Nicole had a wonderful time with … Weiterlesen

How Fruit Communicates With Animals

Animals and Fruit Communicate

Over the years various plants and fruits have adapted to attract certain animals to eat them and ensure their survival by spreading their seeds. A recent study investigated how this phenomenon occurs by studying lemurs and plants in Madagascar and plants and apes in Uganda, ascertaining why fruits from closely-related plants can have such different … Weiterlesen

World’s Largest Stone Forest

stone forest

Did you know Madagascar is home to the world’s largest stone forest? An almost impenetrable limestone labyrinth of spiky, grey rocks known as Tsingy. Formed over millennia of erosion by wind and water, Tsingy is a Malagasy word which means “walk on tiptoes” and refers to the razor-sharp peaks of the rocks that would be … Weiterlesen

The Largest Day Gecko In The World

Madagascar is known for having some of the world’s most unique creatures – having evolved in isolation for millions of years. From the world’s smallest species of chameleon (Brookesia micra), the tiniest primate (Mouse lemur) to the largest gecko, the Madagascar Giant Day Gecko (Phelsuma grandis). These beautiful emerald green geckos are the largest of … Weiterlesen

The Magic of Ile St Marie

Ile St Marie is one of the last truly unspoilt island paradises to be found on the planet. The tropical island with crystal clear waters that was once a pirate haven now boasts deserted palm-fringed beaches, impressive whale watching, and pure bliss. This hidden gem off the east coast of Madagascar has the perfect mix … Weiterlesen

Learn More About our Enthusiastic and Passionate Guide Rija

Our leader was Rija. She was fantastic. She is an asset to your organisation. At all times she was enthusiastic, well-informed, passionate about wildlife, professional, hard-working, extremely well organised, friendly and entertaining. We couldn’t have asked for a better leader. With such high praise, we couldn’t be prouder of our guide Rija who so expertly … Weiterlesen

A Great Sustainable Fishing Success Story in Madagascar

Madagascar’s stunning coastline provides an impressive diversity of fresh seafood for locals and visitors alike. While seemingly abundant, the supply is not infinite and fishing needs to be managed sustainably to ensure that the ocean’s stocks are not depleted. A local community in Andavadoaka has, through the help of Blue Ventures, began a sustainable fishing … Weiterlesen

Flavours and Food of Madagascar

Travellers come to Madagascar to experience incredibly rare fauna and flora and perhaps even magnificent beaches and marine attractions. And while the island is not known as a culinary destination, everyone needs to eat and visitors may be pleasantly surprised by the delicious Malagasy food that’s on offer. Savour the flavours of abundant fresh fruit … Weiterlesen

Madagascar’s Smallest Animals

Did you know the world’s tiniest chameleon species calls Madagascar home? The Brookesia micra chameleon, which is found only in Madagascar is as small as the head of a matchstick. It however, is not the only miniscule critter to be found on the island, there are some other small animals that warrant special attention. In fact, some of … Weiterlesen

Why We Love Madagascar

“It’s rare, it’s different, and it leaves you wanting more. From the unusual fauna and flora to the beautiful, gentle people. From the busy, bustling cities to the tranquil, extraordinary forests. Madagascar touches your soul.” It’s no secret that we love Madagascar, but do you know why? In this article, our team shares their special insight and reasons … Weiterlesen

Reducing Use of Water Bottles on Madagascar Tours

water bottles

50 million water bottles are consumed worldwide every year and the impact on our environment is disastrous. From polluting our oceans and ending up in whales’ bellies to filling up landfills, to using up to 17 billion barrels of oil a year to produce those water bottles, it’s a situation that needs serious attention. However, … Weiterlesen

New Day Trip in Tana – Cycling to the Kings Palace

cycling

There’s a unique new activity on offer in Madagascar’s capital city, Antananarivo. Guests can now explore the scenic Royal Hill of Ambohimanga on two wheels instead of a standard bus excursion! Cycling to the ancient royal city is a refreshing way to take in the sights and surrounding area of the journey and engage with the Malagasy way of … Weiterlesen

Cultural Significance and History of the Royal Hill of Ambohimanga

The Royal Hill of Ambohimanga is the most important of the 12 hills surrounding the capital city of Antananarivo and is regarded as the embodiment of the Malagasy cultural identity. It is home to important palaces and sacred sites dating back to the 17th and 19th centuries. Located in a quiet neighbourhood just outside the city … Weiterlesen

Unique and Varied Landscapes of Madagascar

Madagascar, as the fourth-largest island in the world, has an impressive variety of landscapes to explore. From Baobab Alleys and Spiny Forests to Red and Grey Tsingy Formations. It contains impressive vistas found nowhere else on earth. Visitors to Madagascar have the incredibly fortunate opportunity to explore a vastly diverse range of worlds all on … Weiterlesen

Fragrant Spices of Madagascar

Spices

With fragrant oils such as ylang-ylang and the exquisitely flavourful spices of vanilla and saffron, Madagascar is a true delight for the senses. The market places of this exotic island are a treasure trove for foodies. But more than just an aromatic keepsake of a memorable trip, these ambrosial products provide a valuable income to … Weiterlesen

Jenman African Safaris Collection

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