Paperback: 322 pages
Published: December 2012
Dimensions: 8 x 5.25
Available in print and as an ebook
About the Travel Guide
- Observe thousands of species of wildlife that exist only on this thrilling island.
- Bask on pristine beaches or get your heart racing while kayaking, surfing, or snorkeling in the clear, warm waters.
- Explore Madagascar’s National Parks and Special Reserves that will boggle the mind and get the blood pumping.
- Experience the rich culture of Madagascar with its art, heritage, dance, music, and its warm and welcoming people.
Your Guides to Madagascar: Sara LeHoullier and Maya Moore
Sara LeHoullier has made the terrifically long journey to Madagascar and back seven times and lived there for almost four years as a Peace Corps Volunteer, researcher, and traveler. She has trekked, biked, taken taxi-brousses, flown, and paddled from one tip of that great island to the other, having life-altering adventures and making unforgettable friends.
Maya Moore first began her adventures in Madagascar in 2004 as a Peace Corps Volunteer trudging through mud, braving treacherous log bridges across rainforest streams, and growing her own rice. She and a group of fellow Madagascar-lovers recently founded the Maroantsetra Area Development Association (M.A.D.A.) whose mission is to provide educational and economic opportunities to communities in the Maroantsetra region.