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Madagascar, here we come!

Where on Earth do you want to go next? That was the question we asked you earlier this year when we gave you the chance to vote for the next Friendly Planet Travel vacation on our Web site.
When the poll closed this month, a whopping 6,780 people had voted on 12 proposed exotic locations. WOW!
And the winner is …
Magnificent Madagascar, with 941 votes.
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Antarctica came in a close second, trailing by 31 votes at 910. In third place was the Ireland and Scotland tour, with 836 votes.
Madagascar is a naturalist’s paradise, home to more than 150,000 plant and animal species found nowhere else on Earth. The Malagasy population is a diverse blend of African, Asian, Arabian, French, Indian, and Creole cultures, to name a few. This sets the country apart as a unique shopping, dining, and festival destination.
Of course, our Madagascar vacation will feature all the comfort and affordability you’ve have come to expect from Friendly Planet Travel, including roundtrip airfare, transfers, superior and deluxe accommodations, some meals, expertly guided tours, and more.
We’re already hard at work planning all the details of the Madagascar tour, and we’ll keep you posted as more details unfold. But you can expect to see Madagascar on the list of the affordable Friendly Planet Travel packages by early next year.

About Peggy

Peggy Goldman is a specialty tour operator and travel expert, who owns and operates Friendly Planet Travel, a full-service company that specializes in tour packages to exotic worldwide destinations at affordable prices.   More about Peggy

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