Discovering Madagascar is a good idea, but observing nature and local culture is a better one. Take your time to admire all the treasures that Madagascar has to offer. Meet the local population of the island while respecting the environment. Solidarity tourism is an immersion in the heart of a unique and exceptional nature.
Madagascar’s natural and cultural richness makes Madagascar a unique destination. It is an adventure, yes! But above all, a human adventure!
Go meet the inhabitants of the island, and exchange a few Malagasy words. Even a smile or a glance will nourish your memory of this exceptional trip.
The goal of ecotourism or sustainable tourism is to contribute to the country’s growth through a participatory trip. Madagascar offers an exceptional biodiversity and majestic places, where discoveries and adventures await you. Combining both pleasure and respect for the planet and its inhabitants is the hallmark of solidarity tourism.
Travel differently by using hotels and services offered by locals and by buying handicrafts and regional products.
Many tourism agencies offer responsible tourism circuits that combing ecology, economy and social work. From one to three weeks, go on adventure and discover the treasures of the island. You can also contact local associations and NGO’s that work to conserve local biodiversity and improve the villagers living conditions who can host you. This is a truly rewarding journey on the lands of Madagascar, which announces an exceptional and unforgettable adventure in the company of a warm population.
Combine the useful with the pleasant during your visit to Malagasy National Parks and protected reserves. The simple purchase of your entry ticket contributes to you being a responsible tourist. A part of the price will directly finance the maintenance of the site that you will visit. Don’t hesitate any more to go see the treasure that the island encloses!
The FIVEAMA Women’s Association that is located in the Ankarana National Park offers an authentic experience in the heart of nature and brings you to the discovery of the Antakarana culture. It is equipped with bungalows, ecoshops, and museums of local culture and circuit to the sacred lakes of Mahamasina. For an even greater ecotourism experience in Madagascar, come and live this rewarding experience.