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Home Guides & Staff Staff Bios Greg Courter Greg & Rick's Madagascar Adventure!

Greg & Rick's Madagascar Adventure!

Here we are in the little village of Andasibe.You can see the Asian influence on the landscape outside of Antananarivo through its network of irrigation ditches and rice farming.A crowned lemur happily posing for a shot.Madagascar is home to both the smallest and largest chameleons in the world. Pictured here is the Parson’s chameleon.The country has some crazy looking creatures like this Giraffe-necked weevil.One of the world’s largest lemurs, this is the endangered, and gymnastic, Diademed Sifaka.Thick, tropical, primary forest surrounds our accommodation in the eastern, mountainous part of the country just outside Andasibe/Perinet and Mantadia National Parks.Bamboo Lemur.The dense, tropical lowland rainforest of the Masoala Peninsula in the northeast is one of the most biodiverse places on earth.White-fronted brown lemur.The Malagasy people have more than 20 ethnic groups and emigrated originally from both Indonesia and the African continent some 2,000 years ago. It is not uncommon to share the roads in the south with ox carts loaded with supplies for nearby markets.Colorful rickshaws are a convenient way to get around the crowded streets.95% of the plant species are endemic to the otherworldly ecosystem known as the Spiny Desert.Looking west from the Spiny Desert you gaze over the Mozambique Channel of the Indian Ocean.The road to Isalo offers some remarkable views of deep canyons, grasslands and sandstone formations.

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