The best time to visit Madagascar is June to August—you’ll discover remote paths of Stone Forest Tsingy de Bemaraha, walk its suspension bridges, explore the blooming Avenue of Baobabs, dance with the dead at Famadihana festivities, and enjoy a range of other outdoor activities. October is also a great option if you want to spot baby lemurs, chameleons, and a variety of birds. That’s also cocoa harvest season, and a prime time for beach holidays, white water rafting, and Ranomafana waterfalls. March must be the least fortunate but even this month has something to offer, namely caving with crocs and orchids spotting.
Tsingy astonishes with its razor-sharp limestone spires summits as well as its exotic inhabitants
Have you seen how chameleon changes colours? The world's smallest species is found only in Madagascar
Canyons of Isalo conceal turquoise pools, beautiful frogs, colourful birds and dormant lemurs.
The only place in the world where you can see the many lemurs and their babies in the wild
Madagascan white waters provide excellent routes for novices and experienced rafters
Large whale sharks, dolphins, manta rays and turtles - marine life of Madagascar is colourful and super rich
Madagascar is famous for high-quality cocoa
Rope bridges of Tsingy de Bemaraha and Tsingy of Ankarana National Parks are ranked among the most dangerous footpaths found in the world
Wind and waves of Madagascar are made for kitesurfers
At Famadihana festival Malagasy families dance with the dead
A freshly cut bamboo branch is enough to lure a golden bamboo lemur closer
Beach holidays in Madagascar can be combined with wildlife exploration
Lychees, passionfruits, jackfruits, muskmelons – gifts from Madagascar unsparing summer
Sea kayaking provides excellent opportunities to explore pristine intact beaches
Lake Itasy surrounded with volcanic landscapes is a dream of every fisherman
Purple crowns, purple floral snow and purple carpets – the privileges of Jacaranda trees
Twittering of colorful birds fills Malagasy rainforests
Madagascar perfect waves invite for a breathtaking surfing experience
Take a relaxing walk amidst the huge blooming trees on the Avenue of Baobabs
Indri lemurs sing like whales, care like humans, sunbathe like tourists and look like panda
“Hira Gasy” or musical presentation of Malagasy folklore – the highlight of the Independence Day celebration
30 pirates’ graves, a goblet of coco rum and the odour of dried cloves will enchant everyone.
Looks like wide streams of carrot juice have split over Madagascan gorges
Acrobatic humpback whales perform spectacular leaps above the ocean
Try delicious lobster cooked in local style
Breadfruit fries are as tasty as french fries, yet they cost one tenth of potatoes’ price
Challenge yourself in the caves inhibited by bats, crocodiles and other creatures
Orchids have adapted to growing on the trees and rocky outcrops
Yellow-headed Sakalava veawers decorate Malagasy forests with hivelike nests.