Madagascar is the fourth largest island on our planet and a dream destination for outdoors enthusiasts where you can see rare animals, rainforests, baobabs and extraordinary white sand beaches. The avenue of the baobabs, famous on Instagram, is a must see experience if traveling to Madagascar.
From July to October, pass by “Nosy Be” to spot one of the rarest animal species on the planet, the Omura whale. You’ll find at Nosy Be miles of white sand beaches, luxurious resorts and trendy restaurants. Snorkelling is highly recommended if you’re around. If you’re looking for a more local and authentic experience, drive to ‘le Sainte Marie where you’ll enjoy delicious local seafood. From here, take a boat to go whale watching. The whale watching in Madagascar is some of the best in the world.
Nature lovers must also visit one of Madagascar natural parks to observe its wildlife, from chameleons to snakes and lemurs. we recommend Isalo national park which should amaze you. You’ll find here beautiful rugged hiking trails, waterfalls and various species of friendly lemurs. Ranomafana national park is also a great spot, where you’ll find abundant wildlife, such as lemurs and chameleons.