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Rice/fish farming in Madagascar: a practice that should become a reference

Rice represents more than 40% of the agricultural income sources of Malagasy households. The rice/fish system has always...
Sep 03 2019

The Fianarantsoa-Côte Est railway (FCE)

The FCE is a mythical railway line in the true sense of the word! After a trip on this railway, you will have a...
Aug 26 2019

Ambila: a green village between the Pangalanes Canal and the Indian Ocean

  In Madagascar, there are many secret villages such as Ambila that can be reached by ferry through a river. Those who...
May 07 2019

Nosy Iranja: a beautiful secret island recommended by Vogue magazine among 9 other islands

People who know Madagascar and especially the Nosy Bearchipelago will completely agree with Vogue magazine! Robinson...
Apr 16 2019

Whale shark, rays, whale, turtles, dolphins ... The exceptional is in Nosy Be

Nosy Be - Madagascar - Requins baleines et raies by Détours Madagascar from Sylvain Philip on Vimeo. Whale sharks are...
Feb 18 2017

Talk to Tolo, National Guide to Detours Madagascar

Tanindrazana maro harena sarobidy Ancestor lands with exceptional heritage What I appreciate above all through my job as...
Jul 21 2016

The Makay massif according to Tolo, a shared passion

At first glance, meetings with the Baras - the ethnic group living in these areas - were delicate. They were suspicious...
Jul 05 2016

The bewitching Far South of Madagascar

If you wish to experience a rare and mythical journey, the crossing between Tulear and Fort Dauphin by the coast is one...
Jun 04 2016

Tsingy, like the edge of a blade...

The Tsingy, they are emblematic of trips to Madagascar. Whether marine or land-based, these geological curiosities are among the most amazing on the planet. Ubiquitous in the West...
Jun 01 2016

Timeless magic of the Mozambique Channel

"A number of years ago, I boarded a dhow in the north of Madagascar by the Mozambique Channel, an extraordinary and...
Jun 01 2015
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