The island is close to 994 miles from north to south. There are three types of landscapes: the savannah, the rice fields and the rainforest. Enjoy the country's amazing natural reserves and parks, which cover 12% of the territory, for hiking and bivouacking.
In Madagascar, the coast and beaches are usually the end part of your trip. You can indulge in underwater diving, windsurfing, sailing, surfing and big game fishing.
In Madagascar, the nature is rich and unique. The island, detached from the African continent some 120 million years ago, has kept species which have become extinct elsewhere thanks to its insularity. Today, however, a number of them have become endangered.
In Madagascar, you will learn that the gap between art and handicraft is not that wide. The Madagascans are talented in many domains including music, literature, drama, and dancing. They can do anything with their hands. Here, you will find works of art in the galleries of Antananarivo or in the markets; handmade crafts intricate and beautiful, and can be found widely at affordable prices.