Madagascar is a beautiful Island country in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa. Madagascar offeres impressive landscapes and outstanding nature from rainforests to dry desert and from stunning beaches to mountains and stone forests. Madagascar is also home to unique and endemic wildlife, which means most of Madagascar’s wildlife species (90%) can’t be found anywhere else in the world! That’s a great reason to travel to Madagascar at least once in your life. No wonder that Madagascar is also called the ‘eight continent of the world’.

I traveled to Madagascar on behalf of Traveltomtom and I wrote a huge blog about my trip to Northern Madagascar including our 10-day itinerary and all the North Madagascar highlights, things to do and the best places to stay in Nosy Be and Diégo-Suarez. This blog is a must read if you’re searching for the most complete North Madagascar travel guide and itinerary. Click the ‘read more’ button to read the full article that I wrote for Traveltomtom.

Crossing Malagasy Giant Chameleon
Female Black Lemur


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Like to read more about my Africa travels? For Traveltomtom I recently traveled to for example Uganda and Madagascar. I wrote several articles on these beautiful African countries including many photos. Check out these blogs on

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