Where to see whales
There is little more exciting than to see the Earth's largest creature breaking the ocean's surface before crashing back into the water... Here we've looked at the best countries in which to go whale watching, from the warm waters of Costa Rica to the stunning seascapes of Iceland.
Hiking in Madagascar
From the soaring highlands of the Andringitra Mountains to the diverse ecosystems of Masoala National Park, Madagascar is a fantastic place to go hiking - and how better to see the wildlife than on foot? Spot chameleons, lemurs and numerous birds and insects in these fantastic hiking destinations.
The pirates of Madagascar
This dreamy paradise of white sands and bobbing palm trees has a fascinating history - featuring pirates! In the 17th century, many men of the sea made Madagascar their home and their graves can still be seen in the hills above the sea... read on to discover more about this intriguing time.
Best things to do in Madagascar
Nicknamed the ‘Eighth Continent’, Madagascar is one of the most unique destinations in the world, and it boasts a multitude of attractions. With the help of our local experts, we've picked out the highlights to help you decide what to do on your Madagascar holiday.
Madagascar's wonderful wildlife
When a chunk of land around the size of France split off from the African continent more than 150 million years ago, a fascinating evolutionary chain of events was set in motion. Discover Madagascar's incredible wildlife, from leaping lemurs to the most picturesque moths you've ever seen.
Whale watching in Madagascar
When you think of Madagascar's wildlife, you're more likely to picture lemurs or chameleons, but the whales are also a spectacular draw to this heavenly country. The white-shored island, Île Sainte-Marie, is home to families of whales calving and mating from June to September. Find out more about how to see them...
The islands and beaches of Madagascar
Madagascar is a vibrant and diverse destination, with beaches fresh from the pages of a holiday brochure. It's many islands hide bountiful wildlife in their forests - from aye-ayes to black-and-white ruffed lemurs. Discover our favourite islands and beaches here.