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Guide de voyage Bradt Madagascar 13ed en anglais - Bradt

Avec Bradt’s Madagascar, vous pouvez visiter la forêt tropicale humide et découvrir sa flore et sa faune incroyables; explorez les flèches calcaires érodées d'un autre monde, le plus célèbre au parc national de Tsingy de Bemaraha - le paysage le plus frappant de Madagascar...

EAN13 : 9781784776657

  • Editeur/Collection : BRADT guides/Country guides
  • Destination : Madagascar
  • Activité : Guides de voyage
  • Date d'édition : nov-2020
  • Langue : anglais
  • Nombre de pages : 472
  • Format/qualité : broché
  • Dimensions : 13.5cm x 21.5cm x 1.9cm



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A new, thoroughly updated 13th edition of Bradt’s Madagascar, the leading and most comprehensive guide to this unique island nation, written by Hilary Bradt, who first visited in 1976 and has returned roughly 35 times, and Daniel Austin, who has visited more than 15 times and continues to travel there annually. Bradt’s Madagascar is by far the most thorough guide to the country in English and is written and updated by established experts whose unparalleled knowledge of Madagascar combines with contributions from over 50 specialists in a book which has been the most authoritative guide to the country for three decades. It covers national parks and protected areas and includes itineraries to suit all interests and budgets, plus details of around 1,000 hotels and restaurants.
Madagascar is like nowhere else on earth. It is fascinating not only zoologically and botanically, but culturally, linguistically, historically and geologically. This vast island is the fourth largest in the world and also the oldest, which partly explains why it has evolved into an incredible hotspot for biodiversity, with a truly unique flora and fauna that is more than 80% endemic to the island, and with new species being described virtually on a daily basis. Madagascar is also the only place where you can see wild lemurs. Almost a quarter of the world's 450-or-so primates exist only here.
With Bradt’s Madagascar you can visit tropical rainforest and seek out its incredible flora and fauna; explore otherworldly eroded limestone spires, most famously at Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park – Madagascar's most striking landscape; discover the beach-fringed islands around Nosy Be with their fabulous scuba diving, snorkelling, kayaking, whale-watching and fishing; and make the most of a host of adventuring and sporting possibilities, including surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, rock climbing, tree climbing, caving, river trips, mountain biking, distance running, quad biking and hiking. Also covered are the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ambohimanga, the renowned Avenue des Baobabs, one of the country's most photographed scenes, and information on the best birdwatching spots: Madagascar has almost 300 avian species, with a high proportion of endemics, including five whole endemic families.

About the author

Daniel Austin’s fascination with Madagascar began long before he managed to muster the funds to go and see the island first-hand, on what he planned to be a once-in-a-lifetime trip before submitting to the inevitability of getting a ‘proper job’. Whether it was his aversion to such drudgery or the allure of Madagascar that was stronger than he expected isn’t certain – perhaps both – but the trip changed the course of his life and he has returned at least once every year ever since, often for three months at a time. Now occupied full time with all things Malagasy, he leads small-group tours to the island (www.danielaustin.co.uk), gives occasional lectures on Madagascar, is secretary of the London-based Anglo-Malagasy Society, founded the Madagascar Library (www.madagascar-library.com) and co-authored the other Bradt titles Madagascar Wildlife and Madagascar Highlights. www.danielaustin.co.uk
Hilary Bradt’s career as an occupational therapist ended when potential employers noticed that the time taken off for travel exceeded the periods of employment. With her former husband George, she self-published her first guidebook in 1974 during an extended journey through South America. As well as running Bradt Travel Guides, Hilary worked for 25 years as a tour leader in Madagascar. Her in-depth knowledge of the country has brought her lecture engagements at the Royal Geographical Society, the Smithsonian Institution and on board expedition cruise ships, as well as numerous commissions for travel articles. She received an MBE in 2008 for services to the travel industry, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Guild of Travel Writers in 2009, and a Travel Media Special Contribution award in 2019. She now lives in semi-retirement in Devon and is delighted to have handed over the hard graft of researching new editions to Daniel. www.hilarybradt.com


Chapter 1 The Country
Geography, Climate, A brief history, Government and politics, Economy
Chapter 2 People and Culture
Enigmatic origins, Beliefs and customs, Malagasy society, Ethnic groups, Language
Chapter 3 Natural History
Introduction, Geology, Flora, Fauna, Madagascar’s ecosystems, Conservation, Protected areas
Chapter 4 Practical Information
When to visit, Choosing a trip to suit you, Highlights and itineraries, Tour operators, Red tape, Getting there and away, What to take, Money, Getting around, Accommodation, Eating and drinking, Public holidays, Shopping for souvenirs, Arts and entertainment, Communications, Business hours
Chapter 5 Health and Safety
Before you go, Specific health issues, Medical kit, Safety, Advice for specific types of traveller
Chapter 6 Madagascar and You
Responsible tourism, How you can help

Chapter 7 Antananarivo and Area
History, Ivato airport area, Antananarivo city, Day excursions from Tana, Overnight excursions
Chapter 8 East of Tana
Antananarivo-Co^te Est Railway, Tana to Moramanga, Lake Alaotra, Moramanga to Andasibe, Andasibe area, Andasibe to Brickaville, Brickaville to Toamasina
Chapter 9 The Highlands South of Tana
Tana to Antsirabe, Antsirabe (PK 169) and around, Ambositra (PK 259) and around, Ambositra to Fianarantsoa, Ranomafana National Park, Fianarantsoa (PK 408) and around, Ambalavao (PK 405) and around, Andringitra Massif, Ambalavao to Ihosy
Chapter 10 The South
History, Ihosy to Ranohira, Isalo National Park, The Makay Massif, Ranohira to Toliara, Toliara, Ifaty and Mangily, North of Ifaty, Anakao, South of Anakao, Toliara to Taolagnaro (Fort Dauphin), The far south, Mandrare Valley, Taolagnaro (Fort Dauphin)
Chapter 11 The West: Menabe Region
Toliara to Morondava, Morondava, North of Morondava, Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, RN2 to Maintirano
Chapter 12 The North and Northwest
Antsiranana (Diego Suarez), Ramena and the east coast, Excursions west from Antsiranana, Montagne d’Ambre (Amber Mountain) National Park, Excursions south from Antsiranana, Ankarana National Park, From Antsiranana to Iharana (Vohemar) by road, Ambilobe to Ambanja (and on to Nosy Be), Bays and inlets accessible to yachts, Antsohihy to Mahajanga, Fly-in resorts, Mahajanga (Majunga), Ankarafantsika National Park, Southwest of Mahajanga
Chapter 13 Nosy Be and Nearby Islands
History, Transport, Activities and excursions, Hell-Ville (Andoany), Ambatoloaka, Beach hotels and other accommodation, Islands around Nosy Be, Mitsio Islands (northeast of Nosy Be), Islands southwest of Nosy Be
Chapter 14 Toamasina to Masoala and the SAVA Region
History, Toamasina (Tamatave), Toamasina to Soanierana-Ivongo, Soanierana-Ivongo to Maroantsetra, Masoala Peninsula, Antalaha to Iharana (Vohemar), Andapa area
Chapter 15 Ile Sainte Marie (Nosy Boraha)
Ile Sainte Marie, main island, Ile aux Nattes (Nosy Nato)
Chapter 16 The East Coast between Toamasina and Taolagnaro
Pangalanes Canal, The east coast from Vatomandry to Mananjary, The east coast from Mananjary to Taolagnaro

Historical Chronology
The Malagasy Language
Further info


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