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Madagascar


Madagascar has created an identity halfway through African and Asian culture. What is to be remembered mainly from this country is undoubtedly the warm welcome of the Malagasy.

The capital Antananarivo is in the center of the island, at 1276 meters above sea level. It is nicknamed the "Village of the Thousands". Throughout

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Things to do and see - Madagascar

Hike through canyons, sandstone formations, and natural pools
Isalo National Park
 
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Visit аn iconic natural landmark of ancient baobab trees
Avenue of the Baobabs
 
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Explore the capital city with its royal palace complex
Antananarivo
 
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Trek through a tropical rainforest and spot the famous golden lemurs
Ranomafana National Park
 
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Witness one of the most spectacular landscapes in Madagascar
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park
 
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Discover the island’s beauty and meet the local culture
Nosy Be
 
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Spend time in a rainforest area, home to the large indri lemur
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park
 
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Relax on stunning golden beaches and a serene turquoise lagoon
Ifaty
 
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Witness a beautiful natural phenomenon of red sculptures
Tsingy Rouge
 
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Go canoeing or snorkel with green turtles on an unspoiled island
Nosy Sakatia
 
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Enjoy the calm and beauty of a peaceful island and its beaches
Nosy Boraha
 
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FAQ - Madagascar

How many varieties of lemurs are found in Madagascar?

Events - Madagascar

June
Independence Day
The Independence Day of Madagascar is celebrated on June 26th each year to commemorate the country's independence from France in 1960. It is a significant national holiday marked by various cultural events, parades, flag hoisting ceremonies, and speeches, showcasing the country's rich heritage and the achievements since gaining independence.
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