Madagascar: Smiley Island
Madagascar is a synonym for biodiversity and is one of the richest regions on the planet in terms of fauna and flora. Its rainforests and coral shelter a host of endemic flowers, birds and animals, including the famous lemurs and superb orchids.
This island off the African coast is the fifth largest in area in the world and offers unparalleled ecotourism experiences for the too-rare visitors who make it their destination. The “Avenue of the Baobabs” in itself will leave you breathless at the sight of these thousand-year-old giants lining a dirt road.
Culture and traditions are also deeply rooted in the hearts of Malagasies, who scorn the difficulties of day-to-day life and always wear their brightest smiles, making the adventure all the more pleasant.