World Tourism Day (27 Sept) was created to honour the day that the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) adopted their guiding statutes. These were laid out to help promote travel and its many benefits, including community development, cultural preservation, and conservation of wildlife and natural areas.
In celebration of this day, we are sharing our top 10 favourite Madagascar experiences that showcase the incredible offerings of this off-the-beaten-track destination. To all those who live for the adventure, we invite you to join us in exploring the ends of the Earth...welcome to Time + Tide Miavana.
Go on a helicopter excursion to the incredible nearby national parks
of Northern Madagascar
Scuba dive on remote coral reefs
teeming with colourful fish, sea turtles, nudibranchs, eels, rays and other marine life
Go trekking through Madagascar's tropical forests in search of playful lemurs
Stand up paddle board through the turquoise coves
that fringe Nosy Ankao
See tens of thousands of terns at their seasonal nesting colony
on neighbouring Manampaho island
Snorkel right from the beach in front of your villa
- coral reefs await!
Go windsurfing across the endless azure seas
Go deep sea fishing and try your hand at landing a monster
(catch and release, of course!)
Watch baby sea turtles as they hatch and go flip-flopping toward the safety of the sea
Photograph a chameleon in action as it uses its lightning fast tongue to catch unsuspecting bugs