There is no place on earth like incredible Madagascar. Isolated for 65 million years; it is the oldest island on the planet and the richness of its endemic wildlife is unparalleed. There are over 200,000 species of animals to be found on Madagascar and its is home to an entire branch of the primates family tree - the loveable, engaging, photogenic Lemurs. The diversity of habitats on this magical island and its extensive period of isolation, have directly led to the incredible biodiversity. You can travel to rainforests, mountain tops, mangrove swamps and deserts.
Follow in the footsteps of Wildlife Trails recent recce trip to the beautiful far north of Madagascar, as we visited Amber Mountain national park, Andrafiamena special reserve, Ankarana and... Read More
There is no doubt that the island of Madagascar is one of those stand out wildlife locations in the world, that captures the imagination of thousands of wildlife lovers and photographers... Read More