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“Tsikonina”, the miniature kitchen.

Game that children used to play when the great feast, like independence day, were arriving. They made their own meals outside the village, on a playground or almost wherever they wanted and used miniature copies of the parents kitchen tools. Nowadays, this culture has almost disappeared from everyday life..
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Cadre familiale matriarcale sakalava

Sakalava matriarchal society.

The Sakalava are an ethnic or rather cultural group of Madagascar occupying most of the western coastal fringe of the island, from the Tulear region in the south to the Sambirano region in the north. In fact, the Sakalava do not really constitute a homogeneous people but a set of diverse ethnic groups having made ...
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Madagascar's feathered fighters

In all the traditions of the world, there are aspects that may clash with current modern culture. Among these rites and cultures are traditional sports. In this register, cockfight could win first place. Arrived in Madagascar, there are nearly 800 years with migrants from Asia,...
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Our’ team wish you a very Happy New Year

In this New Year, the entire Tour Malin Madagascar and Madavoyages team wishes you all without exception, a wonderful year full of health and serenity. We pass trough 2020 with difficulties and restrictions. We have been impacted in our daily lives and in our lives. Such a situation only happens once every 500...
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Beliefs around the lemur

Myths and associated practices testify to the rich relationships that human populations have had with lemurs., endemic animals of the island, since the arrival of men in Madagascar. Representations of lemurs differ in every part of the territory : Founding ancestors, benefactors, forbidden (on the hunt, to consumption, at...
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Origin of the Madagascar rickshaw

As soon as you arrive in Madagascar, it comes to your mind to know : what are the most typical means of transport in this remote island. At first sight, if you disembark from the capital's airport, rien ne laisse présager de tels moyens que lorsque vous vous immiscez dans les petits quartiers de la...
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SOCIAL PROJECT 2020 – 2021

SOCIAL PROJECT 2020 – 2021 : TRAINING AND SUPPORT FOR FOOD SELF-SUFFICIENCY IN ARAGNANA Dear Travelers of TOUR MALIN MADAGASCAR – MADAVOYAGES, Dear friends, Despite the current global health situation due to Covid-19, we have not stopped investing in our social projects that are important to us. Thus, the continuation of ...
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Travel between sea and land. Salary Bay

Travel Madagascar Beach - Sea - Relaxation and Discovery !!! The Salary Bay Hotel and TOUR MALIN MADAGASCAR are PARTNERS ! The Salary Bay is a very beautiful boutique hotel in 3 Stars located at Salary Nord , three hours by car north of Tulear, in the Vezo region. A hotel with modern architecture, who...
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Rice season in Madagascar

Outside of Asia, Madagascar has the longest history of rice production. Rice production systems in wetlands are well developed and rice terraces are frequently found along the roads between Antananarivo and Fianarantsoa. Rice cultivation is present in almost all districts of the country. The...
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The malagasy kabary

  Since childhood, I am amazed by the eloquent people, whether in the gesture or in the word. For me, they are wise and learned. For any event, Malagasy never derogates from these oratorical jousting sessions between two or more parties. It is called the Kabary or by others..
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En file indienne

One morning in Aragnana

The sun is not yet showing its rays in the eastern sky of the big island that I already get up with my mom. My name is Behaja, I am 7 years old and I'm getting ready to go to the school in Aragnana, it's almost an hour's walk from my little village..
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The Sandalwood mask

As in all cultures of the world, the women of Madagascar are not left out when it comes to the search for beauty. If you travel the roads of the North Island to the South or from East to West, you will surely meet women dressed in color on the face. Those are...
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The principles of eco-responsible travel

Eco-responsible travel is - obviously - based on a principle of carbon neutrality to reduce its negative impact on the environment and preserve the planet. There are several principles that govern ecological travel and these are not particularly binding. It is possible to adopt all of these principles gradually to better acclimatize to changes in ...
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King Baobab

The Baobabs of Madagascar Imposing and poetic trees, baobabs bring legends to life. The sight of this majestic tree instantly feeds everyone's imagination and curiosity. According to a local legend, the "Zanahary" found the baobabs a little too proud and to punish them, they replanted them upside down. Madagascar to all of ...
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Chronology of transport in Madagascar

Until the beginning of the 20th century, portage is almost the only means of transport in Madagascar, for both goods and people : Carrying by pendulums for goods and by filanjana (sedan chair) during the colonial period for people. So, for all people disembarking in Tamatave on these periods, the...
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Madagascar and Rice

Very essential to almost all Malagasy households, rice is one of the most popular cereal products in Madagascar. No day goes by without this famous grass among the Malagasy people. Imported, according to, the most probable hypotheses with the first arrivals from Indonesia, rice quickly became the primary commodity of ...
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