Madagascar is the world’s fourth largest island. Ringed by golden beaches and palm trees, it has an interior that is resplendent in its variety, from grassy plateaus to volcanoes and opaque forests and natural reserves. One of the last major areas on Earth to be settled by humans, the natural beauty and ecological diversity of Madagascar makes it feel like a country forgotten by time. Located off the eastern coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean, Madagascar is home to thousands of plant and animal species found nowhere else in the world. Madagascar’s extraordinary natural diversity has earned the country the nickname “the eighth continent”. From the iconic lemurs and baobab trees to the vibrant chameleons and intricate orchids, each step reveals the island’s remarkable and endemic treasures. Beyond its spectacular wildlife, things to do in Madagascar also include exploring its diverse landscapes. Travelers can trek through lush rainforests, traverse spiny deserts, and marvel at limestone formations that defy imagination. At the same time, the intoxicating rhythms of traditional music, the delicious flavours of the local cuisine and the warm hospitality of the Malagasy people will captivate you.Visit the top tourist attractions in Madagascar to discover for yourself the natural, cultural and historical diversity that is this country. You’ll instantly fall in love with it.
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