Madagascar: The Bradt Travel Guide

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2007 - 468 pages
Tourism in Madagascar has leapt forward as a result of the cartoon film and media coverage of its culture and wildlife. The tourism infrastructure has been improved, with better roads and new luxury hotels, without compromising the focus on ecotourism. The world’s fourth largest island now appeals to a broad spectrum of visitors, from those seeking hard adventure to others content to enjoy the beautiful beaches and accessible national parks.

 

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Table des matières

The Country
3
People and Culture
13
Introduction
16
Madagascar has changed more in the last three years than any other period in
30
Natural History
33
Practical Information
79
Health and Safety
119
Madagascar and You
137
Tana to Toamasina
275
South of Toamasina
293
Toamasina and the Northeast
307
lie Sainte Marie Nosy Boraha
349
The North
359
Nosy Be
385
The West
403
Historical Chronology
449

Antananarivo and Area
151
The Highlands South of Tana
183
The South
219
Further Information
458
Index
464
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À propos de l'auteur (2007)

\Hilary Bradt has been to Madagascar over 25 times since 1976. She writes and lectures on the subject, most recently at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC.

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