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Nosy Komba Highlight

Nosy Komba

Nosy Komba (Island of lemurs) is a small volcanic island lying midway between Nosy Be and the mainland of Madagascar. Nosy Komba is located on the dry south side of the island. The volcanic hills run down into the water, with numerous sandy coves and sheltered harbours for the fishing villages. The beaches are beautiful - making it easy to spend hours on the beach-front snorkelling or relaxing. There are several walking trails and an excellent opportunity to observe lemur behaviour, black a ...
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Sainte Marie Highlight

Sainte Marie

Île Sainte-Marie, known more formally as Nosy Boraha, is an island off the east coast of Madagascar. The main town is Ambodifotatra. The city covers an area of 222 km2, and had a population estimated at 16,325 in 2001. Sainte-Marie became a popular base for pirates throughout the 17th and 18th centuries due to several reasons: it was not far from the maritime routes along which ships returning from the East Indies sailed in transit, it had bays and inlets protected from storms and finally, ...
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Ifaty Highlight


In the southwest of Madagascar, 29km north of Tulear, you can find Ifaty. It is popular for its huge variety of birds and its good possibilities to see even endemic species. But there is lot more to see. Ifaty has a fascinating flora with bloated trees and plants and spiny, drought resistant trees. Furthermore you can explore the underwater world with its magnificent offshore reefs or watch whales in season. Several Vezo villages form Ifaty. The coral reef extends nearly 100 kms in length. a ...
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Antsirabe Highlight


Antsirabe is a large Malagasy city with about 110 000 inhabitants. It is very lovely place with nice little shops selling typical Malagasy artifacts and handicrafts. The shop owners really go after their sales so try not to be talked into buying something that you don’t really want. Prices are negotiable and bargaining is a part of the shopping experience in Madagascar for visitors and locals alike so don’t be scared to hold out for a better deal. To explore the cities and its sights you can ...
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Isalo Highlight

Isalo N.P.

This park was established in 1962 and covers 81,540 hectares of a wildly eroded sandstone massif. The grassy plains are surrounded by sandstone ridges sculpted into wild forms, and secluded in the rocks are many Sakalava Tombs. The Canyon des Singes ('Canyon of Monkeys') makes for an interesting day walk, and you'll have a good chance of seeing sifakas (a common lemur) leaping through the trees. A local guide is required for visitors entering the park, and guides and porters can be hired in in a ...
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Nosy Be1 Highlight

Nosy Be & Nosy Sakatia

15 km away from the north-western coast of Madagascar lies the 321 km² large island Nosy Be. Here you can still discover a little paradise, which has been spared of mass-tourism. Climb on Mount Lokone (450m) or Mount Passot (350m) and you will be able to see Nosy Be in all its beauty: its jagged coasts, the numerous bays and lovely coves, the deserted beaches and the crystal clear water. The amazing underwater world of Nosy Be offers excellent snorkelling and diving opportunities and the a ...
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Antananarivo Highlight


Antananarivo, better known in the short version Tana, is the bustling capital of Madagascar with about 2,000,000 inhabitants. Situated in the high plateau, the city was founded in 1610 by a Malagasy King. To protect the newly gained territory he left 1000 men behind and that’s how Antananarivo got its name (town of 1000). It has developed to a quite interesting city with a lot of contrasts. The city was captured by the French in 1895 and incorporated into their Madagascar protectorate. the ...
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Ranomafana N.P.

Ranomafana National Park was created in 1991, after the golden bamboo lemur was discovered there in 1986. Located 445 kilometres south of Antananarivo and 65 kilometres east of Fianarantsoa, this beautiful reserve protects a humid rainforest that is teeming with a vast array of wildlife. In addition to the golden bamboo lemur, other lemur species include the greater bamboo lemur, the red-bellied lemur, the grey bamboo lemur, Milne-Edwards sifaka, the red fronted brown lemur, the sportive lemur, ...
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