Madagascar Cruise Deals
A large island nation on Africa’s east coast, Madagascar was geographically isolated in the Indian Ocean for around 90 million years. It has several coastal cities and small ports that a cruise ship can visit. In and around Tôlanaro there is a lot to see, like the Saiadi Botanic Garden where you can see some of the country’s unique plant species, as well as birds and butterflies. Visit Andohahela National Reserve to see the awe-inspiring baobab trees, or Berenty Reserve to watch lemurs. Nosy Be is the largest island off the coast of Madagascar. The port town is the oddly-named Hell-Ville, but the island is stunning, with pristine beaches, beautiful coral reefs, inland lakes and more lemurs at the Lokobe Nature Special Reserve. Madagascar’s nature reserves are unforgettable, with their thick jungle and sheer number of animals.