A few months ago, I had the opportunity to visit Madagascar as a guest of Fair Trade Tourism (FTT), a non-profit organisation that promotes responsible tourism.
It’s an astonishing place with varied people and landscapes. I spent time on the pretty white sands in the south, which was a scene right out of a postcard. I also explored the capital, Antananarivo, which was a mix of all sorts of people, from all income brackets and walks of life, living besides one another; and other nuances and things that had me gaga.
Oh, and by the way – there are no penguins in the country.
Here’s a visual telling of what I saw.
Misaotra (thank you) Madagascar!