During today’s Terrance Talks Travel: Über Adventures Show I’ll be talking about Madagascar. Officially known as the Republic of Madagascar, this island country is located off the Southeast coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. It is one of the most remarkable and diverse places in the world. It is home to many species that cannot be found anywhere else in the world, such as Lemurs. There are 103 sub-species of lemurs on Madgascar, such as the Ring-tailed Lemur and the Sifaka Lemur (pictured here). Visitors will delight in all the unusual flora and fauna, which includes close to 15,000 plant species. The spiny forests are a sight to see and so are the island’s strange and wonderful Baobab Trees. I’ll be interviewing Jervin Randria, who is an African travel planning specialist with Goway Travel. She shares all kinds of great information, as well as first hand knowledge. For more about this trip (and other African itineraries) visit www.goway.com.
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