So as you to enjoy the exceptional richness and beauty of the coast, many circuits are organized in the South of Madagascar. The coastline from Tulear to Fort-Dauphin, in the extreme south of the great island, will delight lovers of great spaces and breathtaking landscapes. A totally endemic vegetation guarantees a total disorientation and justifies the few sporting aspects and adventures of your trip to Madagascar.
Southern Madagascar is a wide-open adventure among some of nature’s most dramatic forms. The stark desert canyons of Parc National de l’Isalo rival those of Arizona. The west coast offers gorgeous coastal settlements that serve as gateways to the fifth-largest coral reef in the world. And vast kilometres of spiny forest contain the strangest and most formidable plants on earth. The cape is also the last stop before Antarctica. There are two scruffy cities, Tuléar (Toliara) and Fort Dauphin (Taolagnaro), but that is not why you come. The question is how to tackle a region of this size. For many, a lodge in Isalo and a slice of beach are enough. But for others, the south is the perfect recipe for off-road exploration. After all, away from the RN7 it’s strictly 4WD country.
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