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As the sequel to the 2005 film Madagascar, it continues the adventures of Alex the lion, Marty the zebra, Melman the giraffe, and Gloria the hippopotamus.
It was directed by Eric Darnell and Tom Mc Grath, with a screenplay written by Etan Cohen, Darnell, and Mc Grath.
With all that I’ve been so fortunate to see, do, and experience, I could not help but fall madly in love with Madagascar, the amazing “eighth continent.” What made me love it so much? In Madagascar I got to sleep on sandbars next to rivers, dive amazing reefs, trek through pristine national parks, and most incredibly of all, I was able to see some of the most fantastic endemic species in the world.
Over 90% of the plants and animals living on this special island are endemic; that’s roughly 12,000 different species.
Madagascar is a bit off the beaten path, so getting here is your first challenge, but one that is manageable and rewarding as very few tourists visit the country.
I prefer to travel in countries where the locals are still curious, friendly, and genuine as opposed to where they have become jaded by “rich, white, foreigners” swooping in and throwing money around like it means nothing (however, I did find that this was the case in the most touristy area in Northern Madagascar, Nosy Be Island).
The official name of the country is the Republic of Madagascar ( Repoblikan'i Madagasikara ).
Diego is a nice city, it's cleaner and safer than some other parts of the country.
Foreigners also tend to like it more for various reasons... I prefer Mahajanga, it's a popular vacation stop for Malagasy people.