Welcome to Madagascar

Madagascar is unique: 5% of all known animal and plant species can be found here and only here. Few countries on Earth can boast the coexistence of sandstone canyons, limestone rocks, mountains, fertile hills with terraced rice fields, forests of all kinds – rainy, arid, thorny, and 5000 km of coastline. The symbolic animal of the island is the lemur, as you know. Still, there are many other strange and beautiful creatures: the mysterious pit (a cat-like predator), chameleons, oddly shaped insects, frogs, turtles, and different species of sharks and humpback whales. The successive waves of migrants from various corners of the Indian Ocean have given rise to an original and fascinating cultural melting pot. There is also a rich offer of outdoor activities: hiking, diving, mountain biking, kitesurfing, rock climbing, and many others. And there are also natural pools, beaches, and hammocks for sacred moments of relaxation.