Madagascar photography: tips for capturing the wildlife on camera
Madagascar is one of the most popular destinations among NWS clients and team members alike. With much of its flora and fauna having evolved in isolation for the last 88 million years, the country offers a safari experience unlike any other. 90% of Madagascar’s wildlife is found nowhere else on earth, while its diverse habitats – including the unique spiny forests of the southwest and the bizarre limestone formations known as tsingy – contribute to the country’s appeal for those seeking a safari with a difference. Madagascar is also a haven for photographers, so in this blog we’ve prepared some useful tips to help you get the most out of your time on the “Red Island”.