If you’re an environmentally-conscious traveler, you’ll love these top islands for eco-tourism. There are still wild places, where nature is king just waiting to be explored, where the scenery is breathtaking and the wildlife is abundant and awesome. Be prepared to be inspired by these wonderful islands for eco-tourism.
Madagascar is one of the most incredible places on earth. From stunning beaches to rugged mountains, and grass plains to lush rainforests, the diversity of its landscape is breathtaking. It is one of the most unusual islands for eco-tourism but what makes it so fabulous is that it is still being discovered as a tourist destination. Sitting off the southeastern coast of Africa, Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, but underdeveloped so you won’t find a good tourist infrastructure here (another good criteria for islands for eco-tourism). What you will find, however, are so many things to see and do that it’s difficult to narrow down an itinerary. A host of national parks and reserves, including the unique Tsingy de Bemaraha, thousands of different types of plants and, of course, the adorable lemurs provide experiences not so many travelers have enjoyed.