<title>Exotic Madagascar Holidays For The Fans of Nature, Wildlife And Diving</title>
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<h1>The Madagascar Tourist Attractions That Draw Travelers From Around The World</h1>
If you think you’ve been there and done that when the most popular holiday destinations are mentioned, you may consider choosing a road less traveled. In fact, it is an entire island less traveled and abundant in pristine wildlife, tropical forests and unique species. Madagascar is so big (the fourth largest island in the world) and it has such a unique climate and ecosystem (90% of the species aren’t found anywhere else) that some scientists consider it the “eighth continent” of the world. Madagascar holiday packages hold many wonders for you to discover.
• Madagascar tour package pictures
• Things to do and see in Madagascar
• View sample camps and accommodations
Things to do and see in Madagascar:
The best and most visited by tourists are Ranomafana National Park, Isalo National Park or “the Jurassic Park” (because of its landscapes of eroded sandstone formations), Andasibe National Park and Tsingy de Bemaraha (one of the newest). From tropical forests to mountains and alpine meadows, dramatic landscapes, magnificent canyons and gorges, rivers and coastline – the variety of the scenery is incredible and breathtaking. Madagascar wildlife tours are not to be missed, with so much luxuriant vegetation, unique plants, animals, birds, reptiles, and insects.
Madagascar is one of the best diving destinations in the world with the 3rd largest coral reef system, clear waters, brightly colored fish and sea turtles. Ifafy Beach and St Augustin Bay, Nosy Tanikey and Nosy Sakatia are top diving spots in Madagascar.
Sailing and River Madagascar Tours
A unique ways to explore the country that offers so much to see is sailing or taking a river tour. The dhow, a traditional Arab vessel with a triangular sail is used for Madagascar adventure tours today. You can also take a river tour by pirogue or canoe and camp on the riverbank.