1. Wonderful Culture
The culture of the Madagascan people draws significantly from the Malagasy culture with significant inspirations from various nations such as France, China, and India. The traditional Malagasy religion still has a vast number of adherents within the island nation.
The animals native to Madagascar are some of the unique in the world with several being endemic to the island. Madagascar is home to a distinctive primate known as the lemur which is famous not only due to its colors but also because of its behavior. The Malagasy population of lemurs faces the threat of extinction as some species are considered critically endangered while others are vulnerable.
3. Unique Plants
Malagasy plant life is some of the world's most diverse as well as unique. On the island, both non-vascular and vascular plants bloom with nearly 83% of the vascular plants existing only on the island. Orchids dominate the island with more than 900 species with slightly over 85% being unique to the island.
Lasary is probably the most famous and popular dish in Madagascar. It’s not an only dish itself, in fact, it’s a side dish for fish or meat. The dish is the result of a mix of cabbage, carrots, onions, green beans and vinaigrette.
2. Kaka Pizon (caca pigeon)
Kaka pizon taste like fried wonton and make the perfect substitute for crisps. Also, in some areas of the country, you can buy them with chili paste.
3. Foza sy henakisoa
Visiting Madagascar and not try this dish is like visiting Spain and avoids delicious paella. Foza sy hena-kisoa is the results of a delicious mix of stir-fried crab, lobster, pork, lime juice and ginger. Also, like most dishes of Madagascar, the Foza sy hena-kisoa is served with a bowl of rice.
Antananarivo , also known by its colonial shorthand form Tana, is the capital and largest city of Madagascar. All eighteen Malagasy ethnic groups, as well as residents of Chinese, Indian, European and other origins, are represented in the city. It was founded circa 1610, when the Merina King Andrianjaka (1612–1630) expelled the Vazimba inhabitants of the village of Analamanga.
Ranohira is a town and commune in Madagascar. It belongs to the district of Ihosy, which is a part of Ihorombe Region. Primary and junior level secondary education are available in town. It is also a site of industrial-scale mining. It is the closest town to the Isalo National Park.
Ifanadiana is a town and commune in Madagascar. It belongs to the district of Ifanadiana, which is a part of the region Vatovavy. The majority 70% of the population of the commune are farmers. The most important crops are coffee and rice, while other important agricultural products are bananas, beans and cassava.
Toamasina , meaning "like salt" or "salty", unofficially and in French Tamatave, is the capital of the Atsinanana region on the east coast of Madagascar on the Indian Ocean. Toamasina owes its importance to the existence of a coral reef which forms a spacious harbour, entered by two openings. The city center is built on a sandy peninsula which projects at right angles from the general coastline.
Toliara is a city in Madagascar. It is the capital of the Atsimo-Andrefana region, located 936 km southwest of national capital Antananarivo. The port played a key role during the "boom corn" years in the 1980s and 90s. Today, the arrival of migrants contributing to agricultural production and livestock supplying the city markets with food, has contributed to the development of small informal businesses.