Madagascar Travel with On The Go Tours
Madagascar, set 400 kilometres off the east coast of Africa, enveloped by the clear warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The large island of Madagascar is know for its beautiful untouched beaches, pristine coral reefs, palm fringed tropical island archipelagos and bizarre but wonderful wildlife. Madagascar's landscape is equally diverse, with lush wet rainforests and dry spiny deserts, lunar landscapes of limestone formations, uninhabited off-shore islands, beaches and baobabs.Read More
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Madagascar has the highest bio diversity on the planet with an incredible 95% of the species unique to the island, including over 50 types of lemurs - the island's star attraction. The brilliant national parks spread out across the island offer ample opportunity to see this amazing wildlife from the mountainous Isalo National Park to the Special Reserve of Andasibe.
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Discover the best of Madagascar from national parks home to staggering wildlife to unspoilt beaches with the comfort of ending each day in good value 2-3 star hotels and the option to upgrade to 3-4 star hotels on selected departure dates.
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Island hop from Nosy Be, the largest of Madagascar's offshore islands to beautiful Saint Marie with its almost Caribbean flavour. Whether it be whale watching or bird watching, world class diving or snorkelling, sailing on a dhow, trekking through the wildlife rich rainforest or simply lazing on a deserted beach, Madagascar cannot fail to delight. With a tailor made safari your own safari and spend as much time relaxing in the sunshine as you like or meet the varied wildlife of Madagascar at the Andasibe Special Reserve, Ranomafana National Park and Isalo National Park or on Nosy Be Lokobe Nature Reserve.
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