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Separated from Africa by the Mozambique Channel, Madagascar is a paradise for nature lovers. From Diego-Suarez to Fort-Dauphin, the unique flora and fauna make this a truly extraordinary island: lemurs, legendary alleys of baobabs, the red earth on the high plateaux, turquoise waters and fine sandy beaches. These varied landscapes are complemented by an equally diverse population, from some twenty different ethnic groups, who make Madagascar a fascinating mosaic of cultures and customs.
Along the Mozambique Channel, this natural Garden of Eden is home to unique species of lemur, birds of paradise, chameleons and so on, not to mention the huge variety of plant life and the splendid sea beds (especially Tinsgy where there are remains of ancient coral reefs).
Experience a Big 5 safari in the Kruger National Park and see lemurs in Madagascar. This combination is ideal for wildlife aficionados. Whether you’d like to add or remove a destination, or include a chauffeur or a private chef, the Icon Expeditions travel experts will tailor-make your dream trip to Relais & Châteaux properties in the Indian Ocean and Southern Africa.
Hotel and restaurant on the seafront. Home to lemurs, chameleons, tortoises, humming birds, cocoa, vanilla, ylang-ylang, papyrus and carnivorous plants; Madagascar is one of the last remaining unspoilt oases on the planet. There are virgin forests, savannas and tiny islands to explore. The nature is so rich that the famous Parisian landscape architect Camille Muller was inspired to gather the rarest species in the hotel’s landscaped garden. Located in a nature reserve, Anjajavy l'Hôtel consists of a beautiful ensemble of rosewood villas scattered over a long sandy beach on the Mozambique Channel. Explore deserted creeks, little fishing villages and the Tsingy, coral remains sculpted by erosion and overlapping baobab roots. ... Learn moreless