The most important info about Madagascar
Madagascar is a country that still seems to be completely unknown in many parts of this world. However, it is actually the fourth largest island on earth and many different characteristics make Madagascar an amazing place full of wonders. The island measures a little less than 600,000 square kilometers and is home to more than 23 million people. Madagascar is located off the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean and more than 165 million years ago formed a common continent with many other countries that are now isolated. For many years, Madagascar lived as a French colony and has only recently become truly independent. Political unrest and instability have contributed to the fact that tourists in particular have become somewhat uncertain about traveling to Madagascar. In the meantime, however, the situation is stable again and tourism is becoming an increasingly strong economic sector on the island. Madagascar is a country that inspires with its landscapes, its people and especially with its extraordinary flora and fauna.
More than 90 percent of all animals that are at home in Madagascar cannot be discovered in any other place on this earth. They are endemic and unique. Many animals have evolved in a completely different direction on Madagascar than in other parts of the world. Lemurs on MadagascarThe famous and so exceedingly cute lemurs, a primate species, for example, can only be found on this one island. Also many insects and reptiles are of spectacular beauty and can be observed in a unique way on Madagascar. On the following pages we would like to take you on a little journey through Madagascar. We would like to tell you everything you need to know about the history and culture of this country, so that you can get an impression of the people living there and their origins. We would also like to take you to an extraordinary flora and fauna and give you an understanding of the flora and fauna of Madagascar. At the same time, we would like to sensitize you to various issues such as nature conservation, which is particularly close to our hearts. If you would like to spend your honeymoon in Madagascar or if you are planning any other kind of vacation in Madagascar, we will provide you with the appropriate inspiration and information here. If you should have further questions to one of the topics presented by us or perhaps would like to inform directly about one of our special travel offers, we are gladly at your side with a personal contact.