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Why Visit Madagascar?

Madagascar, an island nation located off the southeastern coast of Africa, is a land of extraordinary biodiversity and natural wonders. Covering approximately 587,000 square kilometers, it is the world’s fourth-largest island.

Isolated for millions of years, Madagascar’s unique ecosystems have given rise to a stunning array of endemic species, including the charismatic lemurs, colorful chameleons, and diverse birdlife. The nation’s capital, Antananarivo, is a vibrant center of culture and commerce, reflecting the rich blend of Malagasy, African, Asian, and French influences. Madagascar’s history is marked by the settlement of Austronesian peoples, who established a unique culture, language, and belief system.