Southern Madagascar is a wide-open adventure among some of nature’s most dramatic forms. The stark desert canyons of Parc National de l’Isalo rival those of Arizona.
Madagascar’s western region – divided in two, with no roads linking the south and north – is filled with adventurous possibilities and it’s from here that so many iconic Madagascar images originate.
Eastern Madagascar is travel the way it used to be. There is a wildness here of primordial allure, from the misty mountains of Masoala, down the huge coastline with its pounding sea.
The area around Nosy Be is Madagascar’s premier beach destination, with more sea-based activities than you’ll have time to try, excellent seafood and idyllic scenery.