Madagascar Tourism Development is based in Antananarivo. We are authentic to be one of the main local handlers in the tourism industry in Madagascar. We specialize in organizing quality customized tours for couples, honeymoons, families and groups of all sizes at competitive rates. We are a Travel Agency that offers you all destinations in Madagascar
We are specialized on tailor made tour and all kind of punctual services
Young, dynamic and passionate about travel, the team provides precise answers with personalized attention and glad to assist you for your trip preparation until the end in the best possible condition
We speak English; French; Italian and of course Malagasy which is our mother tongue
We serve all around Madagascar and can drive you on the classic and off road
We have a good knowledge of the destination and search always the best deal for you
We offer various of services and will assist you 24/7 all along your trip
Madagascar is the world’s fourth largest island after Greenland, New Guinea, and Borneo with a surface area of 587 040km2.
Called also as a red island with many different faces, from the forested mountains of the north, the rainforest of the east coast, the steppe landscape of the centre to the dry desert of the south with its famous baobabs.
It extending about 1 600km from North to South and 579km from East to West, the highest point is 2886m called Tsaratanana, and has 4828km of beautiful coastline.
Madagascar is home to as many as 12,000 plant species, 70-80% of which are endemic, making it one of the most diverse floras in the world.
We can find a variety of ecosystems in Madagascar: TROPICAL MOIST FORESTS; SOUTHERN AND WESTERN DRY FORESTS; SECONDARY COMMUNITIES; WETLANDS and CORAL REEFS
And despite this high rate of endemic biodiversity in Madagascar, it is also considered to be the most threatened because of the massive deforestation caused by humans
Madagascar is a sanctuary of nature or Madagascar is the land of lemurs!
The red island’s fauna is characterised by great endemism too, with a rate of 80% recorded.
Because of the growth of the human population and the economic activity exert pressures on the natural habitat of the island, such as vegetation, wildlife species also do not escape the massive extinction.