Madagascar

Total Envy of scenery for your next vacation? Go towards Madagascar, & laquo; Island Red & raquo ;. This island at the end of the world is rocked by the Indian Ocean, while the Mozambique Channel separates the African continent. The island Recelle treasures both natural and architectural so rich that it bears the nickname pretty & laquo; Eighth Continent & raquo ;! To discover urgently. Madagascar, the "eighth continent" With its isolation Madagascar has a unique ecosystem, some environmentalists also nicknamed the Madagascar & laquo; raquo ;. eighth continent & Indeed, over 90% of plants of Madagascar are found nowhere else. Thus, the eastern coast of the island is to be seen as a tropical rainforest zone, while the west and south sides are home to tropical dry forests and thorn forests. You should also know that Madagascar has two seasons: a hot, rainy season from November to April and a dry season and a bit cooler from May to October. The best season to visit is definitely the dry season, although the temperatures are a little cooler at night and morning. Madagascar's capital, Antananarivo, has been influenced by many royal families and later by French settlers. The architecture of the city is a mix of French colonial and traditional Malagasy architecture, colorful. A route must include a visit to the old town and the royal palace and the zoo and museums, but it is perhaps more interesting to just hang out in the streets, go to the markets to drag in cafes; short to live the rhythm of the Malagasy capital. Another popular attraction in Madagascar, the largest nature reserve in Madagascar, located about 180 km north of Morondava. Tsingy de Bemaraha is a site World Heritage of UNESCO and hosts an astonishing bio-diversity. In its forest areas, you will have the chance to see brown lemurs, chameleons and a wide variety of birds. AT




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