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Those who have always wanted to spend a holiday in Madagascar and plan a trip to this wonderful and unique island should find out in advance about the weather, climate and the best travel time in Madagascar. Unlike the temperate latitudes of northern Europe, Madagascar can experience various weather phenomena that, in the worst case, can negatively affect the holidays.Cyclones, for example, are not uncommon on Madagascar's east coast in January, February and early March.

Fauna

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The reason why so many people nowadays enjoy travelling to Madagascar is due, among other things, to the extraordinary diversity of the island's flora and fauna. Madagascar has developed for millennia independently of the rest of the world and has thus produced a biodiversity that is found nowhere else on this planet. Especially in the animal kingdom, endemic species, i.e. those that are only present in Madagascar, are extremely numerous. Lemurs are one of the best known species, but the number of endemic insects is much higher.

Flora

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Today, Madagascar is an island, but several million years ago, it belonged to a so-called super continent. The name of this supercontinent was Gondwana. The gigantic continent had a large land mass, now spread over several continents and countries: Africa, Antarctica, Madagascar, Australia, New Guinea, South America, Arabia and India were among them. Then, more than 80 million years ago, Madagascar today separated from this supercontinent and is now separated. The evolution of Malagasy fauna and flora is now described as "isolated".

people

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The island of Madagascar has existed completely isolated from the mainland for millions of years. It was only when man first set foot in Madagascar for the long term, about 2,000 years ago, that this began to change. The researchers assume that the first humans in Madagascar probably came from Indonesia, Malaysia and Polynesia. They continue to assume that people have travelled to the island with canoes and that they have probably been relatively surprised by the island's extraordinary and amazing biodiversity.

TraVEL Time

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In the worst case, the previous remarks may have somewhat reduced your desire to travel to Madagascar. After all, very few people want to hear about tropical cyclones and constant heavy rains as part of their next dream vacation. For you to experience it, it is important that you wait for the perfect travel time. It depends not only on the weather and climate, but also on your personal interests.

language

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Since Madagascar is home to so many different and sometimes widely dispersed tribes with different roots, cultures and social structures, most people will be surprised to learn that people are united by a common language. It is Malagasy, which is Madagascar's first official language along with French. Malagasy is an Austronesian language whose closest linguistic relative is the island of Borneo. Thus, Malagasy can be classified as a very unusual language, as Borneo is about 7,000 kilometres from Madagascar.

Tourism

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Tourism in Madagascar is still in its infancy and is currently developing very slowly. Currently, about 20 percent of the Malagasy population is employed in the tourism sector. For this very poor country, which depends mainly on agriculture as an important source of income, this is a considerable proportion. If the government and the population agree, tourism in Madagascar should be considerably developed in the future.

Economy

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A country's economy and politics are important factors in keeping it alive. Madagascar was a French colony for many years and was only independent for a relatively short period of time; unfortunately, France still interferes in Malagasy politics more than 50 years after the country's independence.