If you decide to explore this extravagant island aboard a yacht charter (a catamaran or a sailing boat are the best options), you won’t regret it!
If there’s something that defines Madagascar, it’s the wide variety of animals and plants that are native to the island. In other words, they don’t exist in any other place. Lemurs are the most well-known example but there are also three native families of birds, more than 300 native species of frogs and six native species of baobabs, just to give you some examples. Another important characteristic of Madagascar is its size. It is the largest island in Africa and the fourth largest in the world with a total surface area of 587,041 km2. Anaovandrano and Antsiranana in the northern part of the island and Toliara and Port Dockyard in the south are good base ports for chartering a boat or a sailing boat and setting off on an unforgettable holiday at sea. You will be able to relax far from the noise and crowds, spot whales, go shopping in exotic markets, eat tons of fresh fruit and more. If you decide to explore northern Madagascar, don't miss out on Nosy Be, a small island with incredible beaches, various natural attractions such as the Lokobe Nature Reserve and a wide variety of restaurants where you can savour a delicious grilled lobster.