Madagascar Travel Guide
This former French colony, is an island country lying off the south-eastern coast of Africa.
The country’s low-lying coastal area gives way to a central plateau. The once densely wooded interior has largely been cut down. In order to protect its species, Madagascar has many national parks, and nature and wildlife reserves.
Madagascar is famous for its unique wildlife and biodiversity from its glorious white sand beaches, stunning rainforest, giant baobab trees and bug-eyed lemurs.