More information on Madagascar
Site author, sources for more information, and some links.
Hilary Bradt's Madagascar: The Bradt Travel Guide is not only the best guide book of its type but also contains an extensive bibliography. It's a very worthwhile investment.
The Lonely Planet guide to Madagascar is also useful but not as comprehensive.
- Madagascar background page at the US Department of State.
- United Nations Division for Sustainable Development - National Information - Madagascar
- Indian Ocean : five island countries - US Library of Congress Country Study.
- Conspectus of the Vascular Plants of Madagascar Project - An international, multi-institutional effort to make information on all vascular plants occurring in Madagascar widely accessible.
- The Environmental Literacy Council - Madagascar
- Lemurs, Ghosts of the Forest - The Prosimians of Madagascar
- The Living Edens: Madagascar, A World Apart - Website of 'The Living Edens' TV series.
- MBG: Madagascar Biodiversity and Conservation
- Madagascar Fauna and Flora Group - An international consortium of zoos and related institutions working together to conserve Madagascar's wildlife and wild places.
- NOVA Online | The Wilds of Madagascar - NOVA/PBS Online Adventure.
- Madagascar | Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
- Africa South of the Sahara Electronic Guide - Madagascar at Stanford University Libraries & Academic Information Resources.
- African Studies Centre Madagascar page at the University of Pennsylvania.
- Open Directory - Regional: Africa: Madagascar
- Isle of Bones - Online article from December 2004 issue of 'Surfer' magazine.
- Madagsacar - Back to the Roots - Website documenting trips the author made to Madagascar in 2000 and 2007.
- Travel Madagascar
- VirtualTourist.com - Madagascar Travel Guide
- The Andrew Lees Trust - Supports the Centre Ecologique Libanona in Fort Dauphin.
- SEED Madagascar - UK charity working in southeast Madagascar to alleviate poverty, improve well-being and protect beautiful unique environments.
- Feedback Trust Madagascar - Scottish charity which has worked in Madagascar since 1993, in the field of development, healthcare, environment and conservation.