Traveling to Madagascar can be an eye opening experience for anyone.  The 4th largest island in the world is almost 50% larger than the state of California and roughly the same size as the country of Spain.  The country has unique animals that are found nowhere else in the world including the white lemur monkeys, see through chameleons, the unique stone forest that became a tourist attraction in 1995, and even some of the most unique Baobab Trees on the planet.

Madagascar is one of the poorest countries in the world with a culture that is as unique as the sites that it carries.  The country is more Asian than is African and the language spoken in Madagascar, Malagasy, has its roots with Arabic.  The nearest countries to Madagascar are Mozambique to the west,  Comoros islands and Mayotte to the northeast, and the islands of Mauritius and Réunion to the east.

Avenue of the Baobabs, Avenue of the Baobabs Sunset, Avenue of the Baobabs Madagasacar

Avenue of the Baobabs Sunset in Madagascar

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Most Popular Cities & Places in Madagascar

  • Anakao
  • Antananarivo (Tana)
  • Antsirabe
  • Antisiranana (Diego Suarez)
  • Avenue of the Baobabs
  • Ifaty
  • Morondava
  • Nosy Be
  • Ranomafana
  • Santa Maria Island
  • Toliara
  • Tsingy de Bemaraha Stone Forest