General information about special reserves in Madagascar
There are different carriers for the different Special reserves in Madagascar and basically also very different ways in which the various special reserves are managed. Apart from these differences, however, there are also many commonalities in the form of regulations that you will need to follow when visiting during your Madagascar vacation should definitely be taken into account and adhered to. Generally speaking Special reserves never without the accompaniment should be visited by a local guide. In most cases it is not allowed to explore the reserves on your own and without an escort. The reserves partly have well paved roadswhich can be walked relatively comfortably. Partly, however, some of the areas are located in a somewhat arduous and laborious to reach and depending on the specific area and route taken there can also be the Hiking in the reserves itself be associated with certain efforts.
In the best case, always follow the guidelines that the guide will tell you even before the start of the tour. This is first of all about various customs that you need to Protection of flora and fauna should adhere to: Avoid loud conversations and discussions so as not to frighten the animals. Cigarette smoke or photographs with flashing lights can also intimidate the animals in the long term and negative long-term effects bring with you. Make sure that you no garbage leave behind and do not leave the specified hiking routes. If you adhere to these guidelines and try to stay as inconspicuously and quietly through the protected areas to move, you have grandiose chances on your Journey through Madagascar numerous unique and extraordinary islanders to discover.
Another set of commandments is related to the customs of the Population in Madagascar together. On the island prevail some Tabooswhich are also referred to as fady. These taboos are dependent on the respective population group and can be accordingly Varies from special reserve to special reserve be. So, for example, while in one protected area it may be forbidden to point directly at something with your outstretched finger, in another protected area it may be forbidden to take anything with you. The guides on site will also educate you about the fady. To avoid problems and Avoid trouble with the local population and to show respect to the foreign culture, we recommend you to do the bidding at your Journey through Madagascar to be observed at all costs.