Madagascar, a world apart, is a biodiversity hotspot and a haven for nature lovers. With its extraordinary array of unique flora and fauna, including lemurs, baobabs, and chameleons, Madagascar presents an unparalleled adventure. The island’s stunning landscapes, from lush rainforests to surreal tsingy formations, add to the allure of this magical destination.
Madagascar’s climate is diverse, but the best time to visit is during the dry season from April to October when the weather is cooler and wildlife viewing is excellent in national parks like Andasibe-Mantadia and Isalo. Madagascar’s unique flora and fauna are best experienced during this period. However, Madagascar can be visited year-round, and the wet season from November to March brings lush landscapes and newborn lemurs.
POINTS OF INTEREST
- Nosy Anko: A remote and pristine island located off the northwestern coast of Madagascar. As an exclusive destination, Nosy Ankao provides a high level of privacy and seclusion, making it an ideal getaway for those seeking tranquility and relaxation away from the crowds
- Masoala Peninsula: Accessible ONLY by boat it holds the largest tract of lowland forest with exceptional biodiversity and endemism with flagship charismatic species like the red ruffed lemur, white-fronted lemur and the Helmet Vanga.