Madagascar, the world's fourth biggest island, is as diverse as the country is large. More than 200,000 species of animals and insects call Madagascar home and whether you have an eye for the delicate butterfly, a wide-eyed frog, or a ring-tailed lemur, Madagascar won't disappoint even the most avid animal watcher. The country's diverse climates see fertile rainforests spreading over craggy mountains and up bubbling volcanoes and down to sultry beaches, satisfing the tastes of any adventure enthusiast. And the island's culture is just as diverse - legend has it that a race of pygmies were the first people to inhabit Madagascar.
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With the Inner Islands offering warm calm seas and ports only a few hours hop between, and the Outer Islands promising uninhabited adventure there's no better way to see the Seychelles than by sail.