The Plant life in Madagascar is as varied and diverse as in hardly any other place on this earth. Unfortunately, large parts of the Flora and fauna on the island threatened as habitats on the island become increasingly scarce. Also, the many of the more than 170 different Madagascar palm species are nowadays only in partial stocks. In some cases, there are only very few specimens of a species left, which is mainly due to the fact that some palms take a very long time to reach their flowering stage and release seeds. Due to clearing for agriculture and illegal overexploitation in the rainforests, many of the Palms on
Madagascar exposed to an acute danger. This is particularly true due to the fact that more than 160 of the various Madagascar palm species are endemic. Endemic means that these palms do not exist in any other country in the world. Should one of these endemic species become extinct, it would be irretrievably lost for this planet. For this very reason, the topics Nature and environmental protection in Madagascar particularly important at the moment. If you have a Trip to Madagascar plan, you should make sure that your fees in National parks and nature reserves active to the Protection of flora and fauna contribute. To show you the spectacular Flora of Madagascar we have put together various nature tours with a focus on different areas. You can also see the extraordinary palm trees on Madagascar on these guided tours get to see. Contact us for this quite uncomplicated. In order to give you a first impression of the versatility of the palms on Madagascar, the following information has been compiled. It also shows that Madagascar's palm trees are not only important for the local ecosystem, but that the people also benefit from the palm trees in many areas.