Madagascar is an incomparable treasure of Africa, the two being split by hundreds of miles of sea. Witnessed 165 million years of evolution, this region had enough time for its plants and animals to form as among the most peculiar forms in the world. Some observations that one can only find here makes Madagascar the worlds’ first conservation priority. Among them include more than 70 varieties of lemur along with the one that sounds as a police siren, biggest and smallest chameleons on the planet, and the last trudging site of the largest bird – the elephant bird.
The Southern Madagascar will offer the unusual forests of weaved, thorny ‘octopus’ trees, whereas in the west, the bottle-shaped baobabs, especially the Avenue du Boabab near Morondava will mesmerize you. Still adding to the list, spot the carnivorous pitcher plant around Ranomafana.This place is best tourist destination.
The ideal time to visit Madagascar is usually from April to October.