When it comes to diversity, Madagascar is not short of it; spectacular white-sand beaches, rare wildlife, rainforests, canyons, hidden waterfalls, glittering rice fields, the world’s fourth biggest island. While it is officially part of Africa the lineage of its people is a beautiful mix of both African and Asian; they carry in their genes the heritage of a past Indonesian colonization. Away from but never too far from the African continent, Madagascar has found a way to cultivate its own uniqueness. Here is “Mada” — as the locals affectionately call it — through the lens of my camera.
The Malagasy people of Madagascar are truly amazing. Going through villages to see how local people live and perform their daily tasks fascinated me beyond words.
G Adventures runs a number of departures in Madagascar encompassing a wide range of departure dates and activities to cater to different tastes. We’re thrilled at the prospect of showing you this big blue planet of ours — check out our small group trips here.