The original nature of the island
The Nature on the island of Madagascar is absolutely unique on this planet with its diversity. Although there are large contiguous jungle areas in other regions of the world, nowhere is the number of inhabitants, plants and animals, as unique as on the so-called Red Island. When you visit a Madagascar vacation spend, then you most likely harbor interest in experiencing this nature during your Journey through Madagascar to be able to explore in more detail. You have this opportunity in the numerous national parks on Madagascarscattered over the entire island, each with a very special individual and absolutely inspiring flora and fauna offer. The oldest national parks on Madagascar were founded in the first third of the 20th century, when it became clear to the politicians and also to large parts of the population of Madagascar that the nature of the island needed a significant protection in order not to perish, but instead to be able to continue to flourish magnificently. The national parks were then subordinated to different institution, partly they were even called UNESCO World Heritage Site declared. Not all of the national parks in Madagascar are equally protected and conserved today. In some areas include Poaching and the illegal logging of precious woods unfortunately still part of everyday life. The reason for this is the little money available in the Nature Conservation in Madagascar invested, and the sometimes quite large lack of clarity of the areas of the national parks.
Open for visitors
Some of the national parks in Madagascar benefit from above-average protection measures mainly because they are relatively heavily frequented by tourists. They offer optimal access and have naturally constructed trails that can be walked in the form of tours during an excursion. When tourists come to a national park and there guided hikes undertake, brings money into the coffers of the national park in question, which in turn can be spent on protecting that specific park. The Tsingy de Bemaraha or also Isalo National Park belong to highly frequented national parks, which in principle should be on every itinerary of tourists in Madagascar. This in turn leads to the fact that these national parks More money for specific protection measures have at their disposal. However, other national parks that are less visited do not necessarily have less to offer. Also in them live numerous unusual animals and plants or let yourself be fascinated by natural sites such as Waterfalls, caves or lagoons discover. Now and then, visits to these national parks simply fail due to a lack of infrastructure. Madagascar as an island in many areas and regions is still not fully developed in terms of infrastructure. Accordingly, there are national parks to which there is simply no classic road and which can therefore not be reached by car. On the other hand, there are also those National parks in Madagascarwhose accessibility depends on the season. When in the rainy season the water masses fall from the sky, some roads, paths and areas are no longer accessible even with a four-wheel drive vehicle. We would like to introduce you to the different national parks in Madagascar and show you all facts and details worth knowing to give you a hand for Your trip to Madagascar to inspire. Nature conservation on this wonderful island is very close to our hearts, which is why we would also like to inspire you to visit one or more national parks on Madagascar. Accordingly, we are happy to accompany you in the organization as well as in the planning of guided tours.