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Belo Sur Mer - Off The Beaten Path
On an island where rice paddies are planted and harvested by hand, ox carts are a common means of transport and most meals are cooked over charcoal, we visited a town that, even by these standards, is considered remote.
Welcome to Madagascar, a biodiversity hotspot with far more than Lemurs. The oldest island on Earth with geography spanning rain forests to arid deserts. Two months of travel in Madagascar introduced us to remote regions where zebu cart travel is the norm, boats are still being built with only hand tools and we learned just how artistic and resourceful the Malagasy people are.
Madagascar is famous for them. Up close and personal.....and after all, who doesn't love a lemur?