Madagascar Travel Guide
Madagascar, also known as the Eight Continent, is the largest island on earth, full of unique and endemic flora and fauna, that can't be found anywhere else in the world.
When you travel to Madagascar you will experience surprisingly diverse landscapes from high mountains, canyons, and limestone rock formations to lush green rainforests, beautiful countrysides, pristine lakes, and paradise beaches. Madagascar, part of Africa, is renowned for its massive baobabs and different species of lemurs and chameleons, but the Treasure Island of Madagascar has a lot more for you to discover.
With 19 official Madagascar National Parks, 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites there's enough to see!
Check out this ultimate Madagascar guide where I share the most popular places to visit in Madagascar including some of the best things to do and things to know before you travel to Madagascar, for example, the best time to visit.
Interesting Facts Madagascar
Flag of Madagascar
Madagascar's National Animal
Romazava, a stew made of local greens and zebu meat, served with rice.
Currency in Madagascar
Malagasy Ariary (MGA)
Madagascar Time Zone
East African Time Zone or EAT (GMT+3 hours)