Category Malagasy Nature

Discover the Malagasy nature, we gather here all that you can know about the Malagasy nature, lemurs, bird, chameleon, all that could interest you.

Travelling Far Without Guilt: How to Offset Your Carbon Footprint

Travelling is a passion for many of us. Discovering new horizons, meeting different cultures and living unique experiences are priceless pleasures we wouldn't want to miss for the world. However, travel, especially by air, contributes significantly to greenhouse gas emissions, increasing our carbon footprint. So how can we travel far without feeling guilty? The answer lies in offsetting our carbon footprint. This article explores concrete ways to offset your carbon footprint by traveling to a destination as beautiful and precious as Madagascar.

Rural Life in Madagascar: Between Tradition and Modernity

In the vast panorama of Madagascar's cultural and natural diversity, rural life occupies a central place. Far from the city lights and urban bustle, Malagasy villages are living witnesses to millennia-old traditions, simple ways of life, and a close relationship with nature. In these villages, life unfolds without the slightest stress of work, where men and women actively participate for the common good, where the spirit of fihavanana still reigns.

Do you know the legend of the Baobab Amoureux?

In the vast expanses of the Malagasy savannah, amidst landscapes of red earth, cactus and bush, stand silent giants, witnesses to history and guardians of the earth: the baobabs. But among these colossuses of wood and leaves, there's one legend in particular, that of the Baobab amoureux. This legend has become the stuff of all kinds of myths and stories among the locals, but today we're going to tell you the most famous one.

Masoala National Park, A land and sea park.

On the Masoala Peninsula, accessible only from Maroantsetra, the Masoala National Park, the largest in Madagascar, generates considerable tourist interest. Bounded by the Indian Ocean to the east and Antongil Bay to the west, this park is surrounded by several protected areas. By combining the Masoala National Park with the Nosy Mangabe Special Reserve in the bay, the largest natural protected area on the island is obtained, totaling an area of ​​240,520 hectares. The Masoala National Park is one of six national parks on the east coast, all listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites under the name "Rainforests of the Atsinanana" since 2010

Isalo National Park : An exceptional park to discover.

Located in the southwestern part of Madagascar, Isalo National Park is classified among exceptional parks. Established in 1962, this park's purpose is to protect the biodiversity and stunning landscapes offered by its rocky plateaus. It reflects a strong commitment to the conservation of fauna and flora, and the sustainable development of the region. Isalo National Park, situated more precisely in the Ihorombe region, covers an area of approximately 815 km². It showcases a great diversity of landscapes, including canyons, cliffs, various rock formations, rivers, and waterfalls. This park is also renowned for its flora and fauna, consisting of lemurs, birds, and reptiles endemic to the island. Hiking trails will allow you to explore the park and enjoy spectacular views of the vast landscapes.

The Andasibe-Mantadia National Park : a magical haven of nature

Nestled in the East of Madagascar, the Andasibe-Mantadia National Park stands as a true natural treasure, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in the heart of tropical biodiversity. Renowned for its remarkable fauna and flora, this verdant haven is a prime destination for nature enthusiasts and adventurers seeking wild encounters. In this article, Vivy Travel unveils all the essential details for a memorable visit to this exceptional park.

Where to go camping in Madagascar?

Although camping is a very popular activity in Europe and the rest of the world, it is not often expected to be found in Madagascar. There is a regrettable habit of thinking that the large island does not offer many activities outside of conventional tourist sites. However, in recent years, outdoor camping has been gaining popularity in Madagascar. Today, several national parks are opening camping areas in collaboration with local guide associations or community groups. This development allows for combining camping stays with various outdoor activities.