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Subject: Madagascar
From: Michael Hunter <>
Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2018 11:03:22 +1100
Madagascar birds. and animals, and many of their plants (five or six spp of 
Baobabs, many other "fat Plants" and xerophytes) are unique and hugely 
interesting .

Depending on how keen you are, Birding organisations like  Fieldguides or 
Birdquest take you to the best sites,     at the best time of year,   using 
expert local guides as well as their own very experienced people.

We had a really wonderful trip to the South with Fieldguides, the North is on 
our bucket list, again using Birding as the framework for everything else. 

Dave Torr's summary is spot on for the South.

   An organised tour and guide are a must.

    Being in the vicinity we combined Mad with Mauritius and Reunion, and an 
unguided trip to the Seychelles, not terribly expensive once you are there.



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