Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island is a strange and exotic land ringed by golden beaches and palm trees. Its spectacular landscapes are resplendent in their variety, from grassy plateaux to volcanoes dense forests and natural reserves. This environment is home to an immense diversity of flora and fauna, including endemic plant species, chameleons, reptiles, and over 50 different species of lemurs.
Highlights of Madagascar include:
• Discover the islands unique mammals, birds and plants
• White sands, turquoise waters and forest reserves
• Day and night explorations
• Boat tours, village visits, watersports and sunset cruises
The climate is generally hot and subtropical. The north and east are wetter and the west and south drier. May to October is cooler, with plenty of sunshine, and the best time to go.