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About Madagascar

Madagascar is unspoiled and spectacular. Abundant in nature and wildlife and set just off the coast of Africa – east of Mozambique, west of Mauritius – this remote island is alluring to adventurers and nature lovers alike. It is balmy year-round with a few rainy months from mid-December to end March.

Conservation is essential in protecting the rare and exquisite wildlife and wildernesses from population growth, deforestation, overfishing and poaching. We select accommodation and activity partners who are equally dedicated to helping preserve the surrounding nature and wildlife, as well as empowering local communities.


  • Seeing Lemurs in their natural habitat – 33 species of lemur, endangered and endemic, found nowhere else.
  • Rock formations – Created by rain erosion, discover towering natural sculptures in whites and pinks.
  • Incredible biodiversity – Unique plants and wildlife that evolved totally separately, like nothing you have ever seen before.
  • Safety- Madagascar is one of the safest places to travel to in the world.
  • Avenue of Baobabs – A dusty road lined with ancient baobabs that rise almost a hundred feet into the sky.
  • Surfing – Named one of the world’s new top surfing spots.

Best time to go to Madagascar

  • Peak Season
  • Mid Season
  • Rainy Season

The best time to visit Madagascar depends on your priority – beach or safari. The warm and relatively dry months of September to November are ideal for a beach holidays. April to May & October and November are best for wildlife viewing. January to March, the height of the wet season, is best avoided.

Our insights on Madagascar

  • Lemurs, the incredible wildlife and the island’s biodiversity are the major drawcards for visiting Madagascar. With 33 species of endangered lemur found nowhere else in the world, you’ll have the rare opportunity to see them in their natural habitat.

  • Madagascar has recently been named one of the world’s new top surfing spots, and with beautiful, white sandy beaches there’s plenty of room to work on your tan while you or your travel companions carve the waves.

  • The island is still well off the beaten track for tourists, so expect a more secluded, authentic experience overall.

  • While our preferred on-the-ground partners are committed to helping preserve the surrounding nature and wildlife and empowering local communities, especially environmentally conscious guests can really lean into a conservation-centric stay.

  • Locals are generally very warm towards visitors, which may be why Madagascar is known as one of the safest African destinations to visit.

  • Transcendent views of nature, the warm Indian Ocean, lush rainforests and appetizing local food mean you are in for a very special, exotic getaway.

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