Luxury holidays operator, Cox & Kings, has launched its new Africa brochure for 2012, featuring escorted group tours, private journeys and many new suggestions for tailor-made itineraries throughout Africa.
The BBC Natural History Unit's latest wildlife spectacle will be hitting TV screens this month (February)* bringing the extraordinary wildlife and dramatic landscapes of one of the world's most astonishing islands under the microscope.
Wildlife lovers were delighted to hear the news this week that a new species of lemur has been discovered in the lush forests of Madagascar.
Acacia Adventure Holidays will be running a Madagascar “Tweet Up” on the tour operator’s Twitter page (twitter.com/AcaciaAfrica), this Friday 21 August.
Walking specialist operator, Ramblers Worldwide Holidays, has just launched a new holiday to Madagascar as part of extensive global portfolio (250 destinations in 70 countries).
Fishing is a relatively underdeveloped industry in Madagascar with the fish densities being quite high in some areas. The area in the North-West is particularly renowned for its high sailfish count! Marlin is also plentiful in this region - mostly black Marlin - though they are often hooked by mistake on sailfish bait. There are 6 species of crayfish that can be found in Madagascar, all of which are endemic.