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Welcome to Madagascar’s country of beautiful and unique flora and fauna. Madagascar (the fourth-largest island in the world) is actually an unusual tourist destination as many things cannot be experienced anywhere else . 

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– Madagascar Exotic

– Andasibe National Park

– Manambato

– Palmarium

duration:  3 – 10 days

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– Antsirabe

– Miandrivazo

– Morondava

– Belò-sur-mer

duration: 3 – 10 days

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– Antsirabe 

– Ambositra

– Ranomafana

– Manakara

duration: 5 – 13 days

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– Ankarafantsika 

– Ambanja

– Nosy be

– Ankarana

duration: 5 – 16 days

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10 Best Places to Visit in Madagascar

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Set more than 1,400 meters up in the very highland heart of the nation, the capital of Antananarivo comes brushed with chilly mountain breezes for most of the year.
But those winds might just be the only cool thing about the cityscape, which today pulses with tooting traffic and shouting marketplaces.
The old heart of the city still displays some traces of French colonialism, with its elegant – if age-stained – Parisian mansions cascading down a hillside in the midst of the town.

Top Attractions in Antananarivo:

Lemur`s Park , Croc Farm,Rova – Le Palais de la Reine,Musee de la Photographie de Madagascar,Parc de Tsarasaotra – Bird sanctuary,Cathedrale Catholique d Andohalo, Gare de Soarano,Analakely Market

Sandwiched between the sandy beaches of the Kirindy Mitea National Park to the south and the spreading delta lands of the Andranomena Reserve to the north, it’s clear from the get-go that Morondava’s real pulls lie out of town.
That doesn’t mean the center isn’t worth bedding down in – this seaside spot has some pretty little timber homes and earthy guesthouses, along with a great backpacker vibe.
The piece de resistance is undisputed though.

That honour goes to the revered Avenue of the Baobabs, which erupts in a medley of hulking trunks along the roadway to Belon’i Tsiribihina nearby – simply not to be missed!

Kirindy, 50 km northeast of the town of Morondava.Kirindy is the best place in the whole island to observe fossas, specially during the mating time between October and December. It also home to seven species of lemur. The most common are the common brown lemurs and the Verreaux’s sifakas. These long-legged, seven-pound lemurs, white with dark patches, leap among tree trunks high in the canopy, propelled by their powerful hind legs but continually maintaining an upright posture. The remaining species are nocturnal: the rare Coquerel’s giant mouse lemur and pygmy mouse-lemur, fork-crowned lemur, Gray mouse lemur, western fat-tailed dwarf lemur and red-tailed sportive lemur. Several bats, tenrecs, mongooses and rodents complete the mammal population.
40 bird, 50 reptile and 15 amphibian species are also found in this magnificent forest.
The flora is also quite unusual and contains several locally endemic plant species. The two species of baobabs of Kirindy reach here simply unbelievable sizes. Baobabs are believed to be sacred by the locals. A local tradition says that baobabs were the first trees that the gods planted

The natural jewel of Fianarantsoa and the home of Madagascar’s famous golden bamboo lemur, Ranomafana National Park draws thousands of people each year to its forest-clad reaches in the heart of the island’s eastern haunch.
Sweeping down from misty montane forests to lowland plains, the territory is crisscrossed by mile upon mile of hiking track, carved out by roaring waterfalls and peppered with multi-coloured lizards.
A word of warning: Ranomafana’s biggest draws lie deep between the mountains and forests, so be sure to bring sturdy boots and strong legs for this one!

The patchwork of carved rock gorges and winding canyons, blooming oases and palm groves that is the beautiful Isalo National Park can be reached after just a short trip out of either Toliara and Ihosy.
Designated a protected area way back in 1962, this one’s extreme biodiversity and unique natural makeup are instantly recognisable.
Visitors come to wonder at the windswept runiforme mountains and walk beneath towers of stacked stone.
They come to see the rare crested ibis and meet ring-tailed lemurs in the wild.

A truly dramatic landscape of carved rocks and towering hoodoos, needle-like stone spires and colossal monoliths balanced tenuously atop cliffs, the Tsingy de Bemaraha is one of Madagascar’s most curious natural treasures.
It can be found amidst the long green belt of nature reserves on the west coast, displaying its rugged karst landscapes where the inland highlands give way to the verdant hills closer to the shore.
Today it’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site; one tagged for its great biodiversity of dry deciduous forests, rare rock habitats, and the photogenic nature of the sweeping plateau within.

Within striking distance for day trippers from the capital, Andasibe-Mantadia is one of Madagacar’s most accessible national parks.
It covers a vast swathe of verdant primeval rainforest, clocking up a whopping territory of more than 150 square kilometers in total.
Spread over two separate areas, from the sprawling de Mantadia Reserve to the d’Analamazaotra Special Reserve, the whole area showcases a breathtaking array of biodiversity.
There are inland crabs crawling through the forests, swinging diademed sifakas and even fluffy indri monkeys to see.
Andasibe-Mantadia has oodles of hiking paths that offer treks between one and six hours.

Ankarafantsika (formerly known as Ampijoroa Forest Station) is one of the largest and last remaining sections of dense dry deciduous forest in Madagascar, filled with critically endangered and endemic species. The park lies about 450km North from Tana and 110 km South from Mahajanga covering a surface of almost 1,350 km², and it is bisected by the R4 highway. Ankarafantsika is the last refuge of several lemur and bird species, which makes the conservation of the Park so important. The area is home to eight lemur species: a night walk is usually exciting and rewarding and one may find Milne-Edwards sportive lemur, mongoose lemur, western wolly lemur, grey mouse lemur, fat-tailed dwarf lemur, and it is the only place where the golden-brown mouse lemur occurs. During the day Coquerel’s sifaka are commonly seen. The Park is also one of Madagascar’s finest birdwatching venues with 129 species (75 are endemic) such as the banded krestel, Rufous vanga, Van Dam´s vanga, Madagascar fish eagle. 10 frogs and 45 reptiles are found here, like Oustalett’s, dwarf, horned and Rhinoceros chameleons, several vulnerable snakes, the extremely rare Madagascar big-headed turtle and even crocodiles around the lake.

Just a short hop, skip and a jump across the Indian Ocean waters from the town of Ambanja, gorgeous little Nosy Be is the place to go for Madagascar’s trademark beaches.
Shining in hues of alabaster white in the coves and inlets that ring the shoreline here, they pop up beautifully around little fishing villages like Ambatoloaka, or come dotted with groups of swaying palm trees at Ambondrona.
There are beach parties too, erupting each Sunday along the sands of Madirokely.
And, Nosy Be’s popularity notwithstanding, there are chances for real seclusion to boot – just check out the far-flung islet of Orangea, languishing out at sea from the north-west coast.

The reserve is located between the towns of Fianarantsoa and Ihosy, on national route 7 (NR7), and is a popular stop for holiday tours operators traveling between the Antananarivo and the south of Madagascar.
The Anja Community Reserve is a woodland area and freshwater lake, situated at the base a large cliff. Much of the reserve is dominated by fallen rocks and boulders and there are two small caves providing habitat for bats and owls. This reserve has much sheltered habitat in the pocket of forest that has established between the vast boulders.
Visitors are welcome, but must be accompanied by a local guide. There are two main trails. The shorter trail can be completed in around one to two hours, but you should allow up to six hours for the longer trail which includes a hike to the top of the mountain. Fees apply.
Anja Reserve is home to about 300 ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) as well as three species of lizard:
 Androngo or the Madagascar Girdled Lizard (Zonosaurus madagascariensis)
• Katasataka or Barbour’s day gecko (Phelsuma barbouri)
• Dangalia lizard (Chalarodon madagascariensis)
The ring-tailed lemurs are used to visitors, so it is possible to approach to within a few meters for photos. However, feeding them, which was once permitted, is now prohibited.

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