Lying in the Indian Ocean off the southeast coast of Africa, the island of Madagascar has evolved in splendid isolation for more than 80 million years; the result is a unique and startling world full of upside-down trees, stone forests and, of course, lemurs.

Join us on a journey through a wildlife-rich destination that never fails to surprise.

The iconic Avenue of the Baobabs is a reminder of how Madagascar used to be before rampant deforestation © Justin Foulkes / Lonely Planet

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