Madagascar is an islandwhere water is an important resource and a precious commodity. Since many people on the island live primarily from agriculture and are accordingly dependent on continuous irrigation, but at the same time drinking water treatment is by no means yet up to Western standards, it is Water in Madagascar extremely precious. Therefore, it may seem quite surprising that the island state actually cannot complain about water shortage. Anyone who has ever been with a Airplane over Madagascar has flown away, who recognizes at a glance the numerous riverswhich meander through the landscape, have their starting point in the mountains and flow slowly from there towards the ocean. More than 50 rivers worth mentioning run through the Madagascar landscape and ensure that the farmers' fields as well as the plants and animals in the tropical rainforests have enough water available. Also underground waters there seem to be many on Madagascar, but the cave system in this respect is anything but intensively explored. Especially the subterranean water masses could become interesting for the people of Madagascar in the future, provided that finally the Construction of wells and water pipes can be carried out on a large scale. So far, these projects have failed, mainly due to the limited financial resources available to Madagascar, one of the poorest countries in the world. The Tourism in Madagascar can also be a problem for this solution. After all, each fills Trip to Madagascar the state coffers for further money, which in turn is invested in various future-oriented projects in Madagascar can be invested. If you have already decided on a Madagascar vacation interested or just want to learn more about this breathtaking island, then you are at the right place. Below we would like to inform you about the great variety of the Rivers and waters in Madagascar and, above all, reveal a little insight into the various possibilities that these waters offer you in a Madagascar vacation could offer in terms of extraordinary adventures. If you still have questions about this or are looking for a specific offer, it is worth taking a look at our Travel information or a direct contact.