Madagascar is a very unique country, different to anywhere else I’ve ever been, with landscapes, animals and cultural traditions that you won’t find anywhere else. It’s a bit like Africa and a bit like Southeast Asia, but not quite like either.
The first time I went to Madagascar, I spent time in the west, south and east of the country. This time I was primarily in the north. But it’s such a big island, I still have plenty more to explore! And I’d quite happily go back to all the places I’ve already been.
I loved both trips but they were completely different. Every part of Madagascar has it’s own unique characteristics and a slightly different feel to it. And even that can change dramatically, depending on the the time of year.
My favourite part of my first trip was driving through rivers, taking car ferries, seeing the Avenue of the Baobabs and hearing the haunting call of the indris (the biggest lemur) in Mitsinjo forest. My favourite part of my last trip included hiking along deserted beaches, swimming with whale sharks and turtles, and seeing humpback whales.
So I wanted to share a few of my favourite photos so that you can see (some of) the diversity of this wonderful country. And if you’re already planning a trip, don’t forget to check out my post about all the things you should know before visiting Madagascar – I promise you the advice will come in handy for this weird and wonderful place.
Photos to Inspire You to Visit Madagascar
I hope these photos inspire you to visit incredible Madagascar!
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