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Ankarana National Park



The world’s 4th largest island is a fascinating destination for anyone with even the slightest interested in wildlife and plant life. With some of the most unique flora and fauna spread over diverse landscapes varying from tropical beaches, red clay deserts, lush green forests, and spiky grey limestone rock plateaus amongst others. And of course, the best place to learn more about lemurs.

Ankarana National Park
Lemurs might be Madagascar’s biggest drawcard, but cave-dwelling crocodiles make Ankarana National Park exceptional.
Baobab Tree in Ifaty, Madagascar
Peppered in palms and covered in white sand, the small fishing village is idyllic and relaxed.
Masoala National Park, Madagascar
A sanctuary of the red ruffed lemur, the Madagascar day gecko and a host of chameleons.
Montagne D’ambre National Park, Madagascar
Boasting six volcanic lakes and waterfalls, the park features easy walking trails through rolling hills.
Tsingy de Bemaraha Nature Reserve
This hiking reserve is a landscape of towers, rifts and canyons forming limestone cathedrals.
Madagascar, Île Sainte-Marie
A long and thin strip of tropical beach and turquoise sea paradise in the heart of the Indian Ocean.
Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar
A healthy forest, set up to protect the golden bamboo lemur and the greater bamboo lemur.
Nosy Be Beach, Madagascar
Meaning ‘Big Island’ in the local language, Nosey Be is Madagascar’s top beach destination.
Isalo National Park
Sweeping canyons dating back to the Jurassic period give the park a historical and ancient atmosphere.
‘Tana’ is the colourful and vibrant capital city of Madagascar, filled with loads of personality.
Andasibe National Park, Madagascar
This conservancy is known for its population of Indri Lemurs, the largest living lemurs.