Fun activities in Madagascar

Fun activities in Madagascar

The biggest island off the African coast, Madagascar represents a land of natural wonders. With numerous endemic species, Madagascar is a biologist's heaven, but the common folks will appreciate the island just as much for its superb beaches and wast wilderness areas. Madagascar is well known as the country of lemurs and chameleons, but these interesting animals are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Madagascar's bio diversity. There are many things to explore iN Madagascar, and ju... [ read more ]

Popular attractions in Antananarivo

Popular attractions in Antananarivo

Antananarivo or, as the locals call it, Tana, is a major touristic destination and capital city of the island of Madagascar. In the recent years Madagascar has become a popular destination in South Eastern Africa: the island’s unique fauna with numerous endemic species attracts more and more nature lovers. But it would a pity to get to know the island’s lemurs, its beautiful beaches and tropical flowers without getting a taste of its city life. These popular attractions in Antananarivo w... [ read more ]

Africa's Most Endangered Animal Species

Africa’s Most Endangered Animal Species

Africa is a continent much appreciated for its abundant wildlife and its deep jungles and deserts where few humans ever dare to adventure. But despite the foundation of more and more national parks and the increasing tourism and awareness in what concerns Africa’s amazing biodiversity, humans continue to harm the African nature. Pollution, global warming and, most of all, poachers are killing animals every day, to the extent that many African species are now heavily endangered. If people d... [ read more ]

Natural Attractions in Madagascar

Natural Attractions in Madagascar

Hollywood has surely played its role in popularizing this fascinating island off the coast of South-East Africa. I am not quite sure how much did tourism in Madagascar grew after the success of the Madagascar animation movies, but so far the island doesn’t get 10% of the attention it deserves. Which is partially a good think because Madagascar is home to a lot of endangered species which would very likely go extinct under the threat of mass tourism. Like other isolated islands acro... [ read more ]