Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, and perhaps the most intriguing. It has a wealth of wildlife including some rare species such as the cat-like Fossa, which you would be very lucky to see, and lemurs in the islands National Parks. Tsingy de Bemaraha is the largest reserve in Madagascar and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll along the Avenue des Baobabs that boasts 800 year-old, 35m high trees. Madagascar is also renowned for its surfing beaches of Libanona, Lavanono and Anakao; kite and wid surfing is also very popular. Go scuba diving and see the amazing coral reef in the Mitsio Islands. There are plenty of markets and souvenir shops on the island , theme discos, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.