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About Country

Approximately 28.4 million (2021 estimate)
Population Density
44 people per square kilometer
$14.4 billion (nominal, 2021 estimate)
Malagasy and French are the official languages, with many indigenous languages also spoken
Malagasy ariary (MGA)
National Dish
Ravitoto (pork or beef stew with cassava leaves) served with rice
Christianity and traditional religions are the predominant religions in Madagascar
Madagascar has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. The east coast is humid and wet, while the west coast is dry and arid
Main Industries
Agriculture, including vanilla and rice production; tourism; fishing; and mining, including gemstones and chromite
Level of Development
Madagascar is considered a low-income country with a human development index (HDI) ranking of 168 out of 189 countries (2020)
Approximately 587,041 square kilometers

Experience the incredible biodiversity of Madagascar 🇲🇬, a land of lush rainforests 🌿, towering baobab trees 🌳, and sparkling beaches 🏝️. Encounter the unique lemurs 🐒 and other wildlife, and immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of this fascinating island nation. Plan your trip to Madagascar today!

Madagascar is an island country located off the southeastern coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. It is the fourth largest island in the world and is known for its unique biodiversity, with many species of flora and fauna that are found nowhere else on Earth. The capital and largest city is Antananarivo.


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Main Attractions

Some of the main tourist attractions in Madagascar include:

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    Avenue of the Baobabs: a scenic road lined with giant baobab trees that are over 800 years old.

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    Andasibe-Mantadia National Park: a national park known for its lemurs, chameleons, and other unique wildlife.

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    Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park: a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its limestone karst formations and diverse wildlife.

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    Nosy Be: a popular island destination known for its beaches, coral reefs, and wildlife.

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    Isalo National Park: a national park known for its canyons, sandstone formations, and unique wildlife.

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    Ranomafana National Park: a national park known for its rainforests, waterfalls, and endemic wildlife.

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    Ankarana Reserve: a reserve known for its limestone formations, caves, and unique wildlife.

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    Ifaty Beach: a popular beach destination known for its coral reefs, diving, and snorkeling.

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    Royal Hill of Ambohimanga: a UNESCO World Heritage Site and former royal palace located on a hill overlooking Antananarivo.

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    Toliara: a coastal city known for its beaches, fishing, and proximity to national parks.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that Madagascar has to offer. The country is also known for its unique culture, including traditional music, dance, and handicrafts.


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