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Forget Hollywood fripperies, Madagascar is like no place else on earth. In fact, all things considered, it barely qualifies as part of Africa: the two are separated by hundreds of kilometres of sea ... More »


Malagasy cuisine encompasses the many diverse culinary traditions of the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar. Foods eaten in Madagascar reflect the influence ...


Oct 16, 2015 ... Some of the cuisine might seem strange, but don't worry, there aren't any Madagascar hissing cockroaches on our list. Here are 10 foods from ...


Madagascar, a country with its own original food recipes that could make one look at the island from another perspective. Rich, tasty and completely spicy.


Learn about the food and drink of Madagascar. Travel ideas include packages, tours, flights and more. Request a free brochure to plan your trip.


If you are a fan of wildlife, you will love Madagascar for its wonderfully bizarre species. World Travel Guide offer more information on scenery, culture etc.


Sep 1, 2006 ... Madagascar is the world's fourth largest island, located about 250 miles off the southeast coast of Africa. It is about 1,000 miles in length and ...


Malagasy cuisine blends the influences of the Arabic, Chinese, French, African and Indian cultures present in Madagascar. Of course, there are regional ...


Madagascar's food culture is built around the country's national staple, rice (riz, or vary in Malagasy), which is cooked until very soft and sits heavily.


Learn what makes a typical day in Madagascar and find out about the many different types of traditional food and drink across the island.