Madagascar, separated from Africa about 165 million years ago, has remembered the red earth, incredible flora and fauna. The majority of its population came from Asia, Madagascar has preserved the rice fields and the smiles.
Yet the "Big Island" is neither Africa nor Asia, but a country whose culture is as original as it is endearing. We have designed this trip from the high plateau to the South West passing to the great south following the south east coast, the Manakara train, ... so that each day is different and rich in the known and hidden treasures of Madagascar: laterite, eroded limestone peaks and white sand, savannah, tropical forests and exceptional coastline, lemurs, chameleons and baobabs. Discovering Madagascar went from surprise to surprise and you will be served.