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Earth's greatest nature project, Madagascar has evolved in relative isolation from the rest of the world, making this home to a plethora of unique and otherworldly creatures.
Having separated from the Indian subcontinent approximately 88 million years ago, Madagascar is the oldest island in the world, its enormous size earning it the nickname "the Eighth Continent". Known for its endemic species, most notably its many varieties of lemur, Madagascar will certainly delight all wildlife enthusiasts who come and explore its vast national parks, rainforests, and spiny forests.
Our Top Madagascar Experiences
Best Time to Visit
As a general rule, the best time to visit Madagascar falls within April and December as the weather is consistently excellent; you can expect warm and sunny weather. July to September is the country's peak period, and is also the best time for viewing humpback whales.