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Madagascar is one of the most unique and iconic places on earth, and having separated from the Africa mainland 165 million years ago, it has evolved into an astonishing mix of fascinating wildlife, amazingly varied landscapes and gorgeous sandy beaches.
Madagascar is home to over 90 species of Lemur, the world’s largest and smallest chameleons, geckos, frogs, snakes, humpback whales, dolphins, turtles, superb marine life, over 100 types of birds found nowhere else on the planet, and much more!
Madagascar gives you the chance to explore tropical rainforest, arid spiny forests, vast ‘fields’ of razor-sharp limestone pinnacles, mangrove swamps, massive baobab trees, caves, and beautiful islands and beaches.
Its biodiversity is incredible in terms of variety and the level of endemic species – overall 93% of mammals, 98% of reptiles and amphibians, and 89% of the plants are unique to Madagascar.