CHARTER OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM 1. Tourism development must be based on sustainability criteria, which means it must be ecologically bearable in the long term, economically viable and equitable ethically and socially for local communities. Sustainable development is a guided process that envisions comprehensive resource management […]

For almost three years, videos about Madagascar are creating a buzz on the internet and in particular on a well-known video platform. Usually, if we are talking about the great island, it's about the devastation of nature, misery, incessant political crisis and sometimes, of her beauty. Yes, Madagascar […]

Yes in Madagascar, currently, the administrative power is held by the government this has not always been the case like almost everywhere in the world. Effectively, this power only appeared for a short time. Long before the appearance of this administrative hierarchy of the social life of the Malagasy, the system of power was established […]

After the border closed in March 2020, and the partial reopening of the island of Nosy Be to tourists from October to March 2021, Madagascar is preparing for reopening its borders. The timetable has not yet been set by the authorities. Nevertheless, Madagascar is gradually setting up a vaccination campaign for stakeholders […]

PARTICIPATION OF TOUR MALIN MADAGASCAR IN RESPONSIBLE AND SOLIDARITY TOURISM FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE MALAGASY POPULATION – IN THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT, AWARENESS AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT The Land of Madagascar is the foundation and the very essence of the work of all tourism value chains in Madagascar. Represented […]

The winter season has just started on the Great Island and comes with this freshness, games of all kinds. Among all these funny traditions of the red island, the kite is one of the most emblematic of winter. This traditional highland game is believed to come from Indonesian ancestors, besides, this game saw the […]

Meeting wild animals in their natural habitat can be an exciting and life changing experience, and this is one of the ways that travel helps us connect with the world around us. But experiments with wild animals that involve cruelty, unnecessary captivity or inappropriate interaction […]

Responsible and inclusive tourism is based on several fundamentals : Preservation of nature, respect for the populations encountered, listen, sharing ... Far from mass tourism and mass consumption circuits, these values ​​are qualified as sustainable, ethical, fair, participatory. (Responsible) Have a positive impact on local populations while having a […]

Game that children used to play , mostly, when the great feast, like independence day, were arriving. They made their own meals outside the village on a playground or almost wherever they wanted and used miniature copies of the adult's kitchen tools. Nowaday, this culture has almost disappeared […]

The Sakalava are an ethnic or rather cultural group of Madagascar occupying most of the western coastal fringe of the island, from the Tulear region in the south to the Sambirano region in the north. In fact, the Sakalava are not really a homogeneous people but a set of diverse ethnic groups having […]