Oldest island

Oldest island in the world

Oldest island in the world

For almost 88 million years, the island of Madagascar has stood off the coast of Southeast Africa. From the tropical humid and dry forests of the interior. Home to ring-tailed lemurs. To the mangrove ecosystems along the coast. The island is home to some of the most unusual and delicate ecosystems on Earth. Now for the first time, through our Trekker Loan partnership with conservation organization Blue Ventures and the Department of Water and Forests: University of Antananarivo. The Madagascar Ministry of Culture. And Madagascar National Parks. You can take a virtual journey to Madagascar with Street View in Google Maps.

Walking along the avenues of Western Madagascar, you’ll notice a stand of Baobab trees. Against the clear skies, these unusual trees look almost unfinished, with thick trunks and sparse canopies.

Avenue of Baobabs in Madagascar
For a bird’s-eye view of the island, stand along the edge of the Karambony cliffs. Looking out at the vast, wild landscape. You can see how many different worlds exist on this one island from the vast mountain peaks to the streaming rivers flowing out into the Indian Ocean.



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