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Did you know that 80% of the species found on the ‘Eighth Continent’ are endemic?

As Earth’s number one biodiversity hotspot, Madagascar simply doesn’t disappoint. Palm-fringed beaches, baobabs, lemurs and sunsets, there’s a little bit of something to suit everyone when visiting this wanderlust island.

The best time to visit Madagascar depends on what you want to do and see. The country is green and fresh after the rain that falls between January and March, with lemurs and reptiles active and easy to spot. While there are some heavy downpours from April to June, these are interspersed with sunshine, while July and August are cool and dry, making this an ideal time for exploring.The whales arrive in July and remain until the end of September. Between September and November the weather is particularly lovely, remaining fine and warm.

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Location: Nosy Ankao Villas: 14 Dotted along the pristine beach, Time + Tide Miavana’s 14 villas are a …

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