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Madagascar waiting to be discovered

A stone's throw from Africa lays Madagascar, distinctly different from its continental neighbour. A holiday in Madagascar is unique, with its rich flora and fauna of amazing variety and diversity that can be found nowhere else on earth. The warm and friendly people of Madagascar are African and Asian, proud to be from such a racially diverse, culturally rich country.

Whether you are after adventure, beautiful beaches, deserts or a combination of Madagascar's highlights we can arrange the perfect luxury holiday to suit your lifestyle and budget.

Exotic Landscape

The landscape of Madagascar is diverse and varied. Ranging from wide open savannah's to dense virgin rainforest, pristine white beaches and stunning coral reefs. This country is unspoilt and undiscovered.

Unique Wildlife

With over 50 species of lemur, 316 endemic reptile species, birds, flora and fauna, most of which is endemic to Madagascar, wildlife viewing here is effortless. Madagascar is home to the world's biggest (and smallest) chameleons and the elephant bird - the largest bird that ever lived.

Tropical Climate

Madagascar has five distinct climates zones. Broadly speaking, Madagascar lies in the Southern Hemisphere with a tropical climate. Expect dry winter months from April to October and wetter and hotter summer months from December to March. Whale watching season is from July to September when humpback whales come into the St Marie channel to mate and give birth.

Getting About

Flights to Madagascar are via Paris, Nairobi or Mauritius. There is an excellent domestic flight network that connects all the major cities. Private transfers and boat make up your transportation once in Madagascar. Everything can be arranged and booked for you in advance to ensure a stress-free experience.

Madagascar is one of the most important countries in the world for bio-diversity. With 80% of plant species endemic and over 300 endemic species of reptile, add to those lemurs, frogs and over 100 endemic species of birds, this is an extraordinary Island. 
Links-The lemurs of Madagascar - Times article by Richard Hammond | Travel Madagascar