Eastern Madagascar

Eastern Madagascar Region

Of all the regions in Madagascar, Eastern Madagascar is probably the most popular for first-time visitors. With its spectacular rainforests, beaches and waterways, this former pirate hideout offers a relaxed ambience and more than enough to keep you occupied during your Madagascar holiday. For travellers wishing to experience a Madagascar vacation with lemur sightings, tropical … Read more Eastern Madagascar

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Remote Islands

Madagascar is itself an island but is also fringed by smaller remote islands. Islands are perfect for relaxing after adventuring through rainforests or mountain biking. Nosy Be The most famous – and busiest – island north-west from the shores of Madagascar is Nosy Be. As the most developed island, Nosy Be means “big island” and offers … Read more Remote Islands

Western Madagascar

Western Madagascar extends from Mahajanga to Morondava and is a relatively remote region with dry weather. The west part of Madagascar is a relatively undiscovered and unexplored area and offers history, unique scenic formations and special endemic wildlife. If you are looking for a truly different Madagascar vacation and want to experience something very extraordinary … Read more Western Madagascar

Southern Madagascar

Southern Madagascar is a region rich in culture and topography, making it a unique and extraordinary place to visit for a Madagascar vacation. This part of the country is home to tribal groups – and boasts canyon-like terrain to the south-west and rocky land with greenery to the south-east. Picturesque is probably the best word … Read more Southern Madagascar

Central Highlands

Central Highlands Region

The Madagascar highlands’ (hautes plateaux) is an extensive area in the central region of the island, extending from Antsirabe south to past Fianarantsoa. Gently sloping hills intermingled with terraces and rice paddies, along with a few charming villages, form the main part of the highlands and therefore make it a very beautiful & rustic place … Read more Central Highlands

Northern Madagascar

Northern Madagascar Region

The Northern part of Madagascar is well-known for its diversity of landscapes, vegetation and even weather; the climate is agreeable with distinct wet and dry seasons. The island is comprised of six provinces and is the world’s fourth largest island. The Northern part of Madagascar is known as ‘tropical north’ as it boasts pleasant weather, … Read more Northern Madagascar

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