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Small Luxury Resorts are a collection of Quality Resorts in Tropical Holiday locations across the World, offering Quality Accomodation at affordable Price.
Enjoy your stay at any of the below listed Small Luxury Resorts.

Santosh Choudhary

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Small Luxury Resorts



Monday, April 4, 2011, 04:46

Madagascar ResortsIsland of Madagascar lies in the Indian Ocean, 400 km east of African Continent. Having been a member of the super continent called Gondwana, a few hundred million years ago, Madagascar gradually separated from Africa, and developed a generous and original nature of the extreme richness of fauna and flora. There are high proportions of plant and animal species which are not found anywhere else.

Madagascar's climate, beaches and unique ecology (Madagascar is home to many endangered species of flora and fauna) make tourism one of its most dynamic and promising sectors.

It is home to unique species of fauna and flora. 90% of these species are endemic to Madagascar. Species of lemurs, birds, insects, reptiles, amphibians, and turtles can be found there in huge variety.

The island is one of the world's most biologically diverse areas, with many endemic species. More than half of the island's breeding birds are endemic. Other endemic species include the Red-bellied Lemur, the Indri, and the Aye-aye. It is internationally renowned as a wildlife tourism and ecotourism destination, focusing on lemurs, birds, and orchids.

Madagascar and its rich cultural and bio-diversity can be discovered in different ways. Adventure seekers can enjoy a wide range of tourism activities such as hiking, mountain climbing, canyon visiting, speleological activities, and cruising down the rivers. In addition, the island offers other activities related to the sea and beaches as well, such as whale watching, diving, sailing, sportive fishing or just vacationing in white sandy beaches resorts.

Madagascar is also a cultural melting pot taking its origin in Austronesian, Arab, Bantu, and European civilizations. Its historical monuments, tradition & ceremonies, handicrafts are all witness to this diversity.

Madagascar has 146 classified sites and monuments, only 27 of them have been restored to date. Some of them are now included in the World Heritage such as the Royal Hills of Ambohimanga, the Tsingy of Bemaraha or the cliffs and caves of Isandra.

The capital of Madagascar is Antananarivo. Languages Spoken in Madagascar are Malagasy, French and English.

The Climates in Madagascar is dry and hot in the south and west, with an average temperature of 24-34 C. Its Humid in the eastern part of the Island and cool in the central part, with an average temperature of about 18 C.

Madagascar can be reached by air from many European (Mainly France), Asian (Mainly Mauritius and Singapore) and African (Mainly South Africa) Countries.

Les Dunes d'Ifaty Resort in Madagascar lies 27km north of Tulear, overlooking the Mozambique Channel, up the fishermen's village Mangily, This charming Resort, with its 19 villas and 22 deluxe rooms, amidst a calm tropical park, Offers you the enjoyment of the lagoon, its large corral reef and excursions into the famous Baobab forest.

 

Madagascar Resorts