Madagascar country is a huge island nation, located in the Indian Ocean off the eastern coast of Africa. It is the fourth-largest island in the world. Antananarivo, the capital city is one of the most lively among the cities in Madagascar, visitors are treated with rich historical, architectural and cultural sites all over the hillside city.
Malagasy cultural life is contributions of Austronesian, Bantu migrants, Arabs, Indians, and Chinese continued to settle on Madagascar island over the time. The Malagasy way of thinking includes a mixture of cultures, as well as their appearance and fashion style.
Madagascar’s long isolation from the neighboring continents has resulted in a unique mix of plants and animals, many found nowhere else in the world. This has led some ecologists to refer to Madagascar Island as the “eighth continent”. Of the 10,000 plants native to Madagascar, 90% are found nowhere else in the world.
The climate is tropical along the coast, temperate inland, and arid in the south. Madagascar has two seasons: a hot, rainy season from November to April, and a cooler, dry season from May to October
Madagascar country national parks can look like some artwork, the human landscapes are equally captivating: in the highlands, a thousand shades of green dazzle from the terraced rice fields, and towering granite mountains, daubed by the pastel images of rows of multicolored Hauts Plateaux houses.On the east coast, golden beaches framed by huge boulders and palm trees, lapped by the bath-warm Indian Ocean and pummelled by annual tropical storms.Things to go in Madagascar never ends start with exploring wildlife, beaches and interacting with locals.
Cities in Madagascar are fantastically beautiful, amazingly diverse for its size and still so unspoiled. Vast tracts of the Madagascar country are virtually uninhabited and seldom explored, that’s what makes it so unique and rewarding.
- ALLEE DES BAOBABS
- MANABOLO RIVER
- ISALO NATIONAL PARK
- NOSY BE
- NOSY KOMBA
- TSINGY DE BEMARAHA
- MASOALA NTL. PARK
The official languages are Malagasy and French.
Malagasy is a Malayo-Polynesian language related to Malay and Indonesian that is spoken by the majority of the island as a native language. “Malagasy” also refers to the people of the island. Because the island is so large there are many different dialects.
French is the second official language of Madagascar. The government and large corporations use French in everyday business Attempts by foreigners to learn and speak Malagasy are liked and encouraged by the Malagasy people.
Tourist workers and some government officials will have a reasonable command of English.
- Explore the Beaches
- Visit Avenue of the Baobabs
- Visit The Big Tsingy Stone Forest in Madagascar
- Explore the Wildlife
- Whale Watching in Madagascar
- Interact With The Locals
- Diving in Madagascar
- Kite and Windsurfing in the southern hemisphere
- Explore the coastline of beautiful Sainte Marie with a Guided Kayaking
- Wildlife Tour
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