Madagascar or the “Great Red Island” is widely famous for its unique system and some of the best natural sights. Here is a short brief on exploring Madagascar at its best. First of all, you have Ranomafana National Park. It’s set up on a huge rainforest with exotically diverse wildlife. The National Park houses twelve species of lemurs & wide range birds and lizards. In fact, the park is said to be the ideal place to view the lemurs, the most famous animal in Madagascar.
Then you have Ile Ste-Marie which is also known as the Nosy Boraha. It’s a small island on Madagascar which was once infamous as the chief piracy center in Indian Ocean. However, today the small island has turned to one of the most fantastic whale-watching spots with great opportunities for many water sports such as fishing, diving and surfing.
You cannot afford to miss out on “Royal Hill of Ambohimanga” on your trip to Madagascar. It’s declared as a World Heritage Spot by UNESCO and is characterized by archaic city ruins, burial sites & religious features of great historic significance.