Madagascar, the fourth-largest island in the world, is an undeniable heaven for nature lovers and adventure seekers. The island has been blessed with thousands of exotic species of flora and fauna, but it’s especially famous for its pepper, vanilla and a large naughty population of lemurs.
Avenue of the Baobabs
The Baobab trees are massive centuries-old trees locally known as Renala which means ‘‘Queens of the forest‘’. The view of these trees, especially during sunset, is simply remarkable.
Nosy Be Island
Nosy Be is a diver’s paradise and one of the rare places where you can swim along with the whale sharks, which undoubtedly is a very special experience!
Tsingy National Park
This fascinating alien landscape with impressive sights should not be missed. A mighty forest made up of stones, Tsingy National Park needs to be seen to be believed. Tsingy can be roughly translated into “where one can only walk on tiptoe”.
Île Sainte-Marie is a popular tourist destination with exquisite sandy beaches and beautiful nature. Also, you can go whale watching when the gentle giants come together in the warm waters to mate and give births before returning to Antarctica.
Escape to this lush island and don’t forget your camera!