Madagascar’s unique wildlife is arguably its biggest attraction, with most visitors heading to the island to see lemurs and chameleons. I was one of them in 2013 – and yes, I was excited to see lemurs and chameleons. But I also discovered a fascinating history, captivating culture and dramatically varied landscape
Madagascar is an island influenced by its early Asian settlers and proximity to Africa, but is ultimately – and uniquely – shaped by its isolation.
It has the geographical and climatic diversity of a small continent, with rainforests, dry forests, deserts, rivers, mountains and more.
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