Madagaskar

Be the first one at the edge of the world

Be the first one at the edge of the world

Madagascar – the Red Island, a mysterious and magical place, hiding countless numbers of curiosities. This is where you will meet plant and animal species not found in any other places, which will impress you with their beauty and diversity – giant baobabs, coral reefs, picturesque small lakes, torrential waterfalls, canyons, and huge rock formations. Madagascar is something more than just an island – it’s a paradise asylum at the edge of the world, called the Pearl of the Indian Ocean.

 

Madagascar is the biggest African island, which charms with its beauty and the richness of the nature, it fascinates, thrills, and – what’s the most important – is untouched. Stop for a moment, close your eyes, and think you are in a place where you encounter many plant and animal species which you won’t see anywhere else on Earth. A showcase of Madagascar is cute lemurs and it’s quite an adventure to search for these unusual creatures in their natural habitat. This is where naughty baobabs, breathtaking huge 800-year-old trees, grow.

 

“Mora mora”, which means “slowly, with no rush”, is the quintessence of life on Madagascar. Yes, don’t rush, and you will see everything which this beautiful island, forgotten by time, offers.

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Searching for lemurs in Ranomafana National Park
Nosy Be Island – a great place for sunbathing and admiring underwater life
Famous Avenue of the Baobabs
Trekking in unusual Tsingy formations
Admiring whales with their calves in the area of Nosy Boraha
Spectacular semidesert scenery of Isalo National Park
Fabulous beaches, coral reefs, and fishing villages near Ifaty
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park with an exceptionally talkative inhabitant, Indri indri