A Journey from the Highlands to the Deep South of Madagascar
A few miles from Africa the island of Madagascar floats modestly but forms by itself a continent on the side of its enormous neighbor with a vast and varied geography.
Beautiful melting pot, the red and green island harmonized in a fascinating singularity its African and Asian origins that characterized its multiples children’s faces. Although very diverse, they are all from there and not elswhere, attached by their traditions and customs to the land of their ancestors.
Rich by the diversity of its landscapes rarely seen on a such space, by the originality of an endemic fauna and flora, Madagascar is green from its forests and rice fields and red by its soil often exposed by time or humans.
It is a land who combine flavors both in the structure of its landscape and its climates: savage and refined, aridity and fertility, oceanic and continental...
In this natural Eden, people from all walks of life have settled. Eighteen ethnic groups, originally coming from Far East, Middle East and Africa, share the island. They have merged different universes and created a unique singular culture.
From the highlands terraced for the rice-fields to the turquoise lagoons of the deep south, the perfumes of Asia, Africa, Arabia, Oceania and Europe preserve their intensity; in the infinite variety of faces the world mixes its opulences.