While we witness the current political unrest in Madagascar reverse a lot of the progress that has been made over the past 10 years we are trying to keep our mind off things by staying busy. Erin & I have been working with a friend to create a web site for his eco-tourism project. The organization is called the Bright Life Association and aims to guide tourists into remote areas of Southern Madagascar and help them experience first-hand the wildlife, culture, and natural beauty of the region. He is also putting together small development, conservation, and missionary projects which will soon be added to his web site.
Although now might not be the best time for a trip to Madagascar if you are ever in the Fort Dauphin region and want a guided tour to any of the parks or natural wonders in the area contact Belgeant. He speaks English, French, and Malagasy and is one of the friendliest people we have met in Madagascar.
Telephone: 033 14 475 54 or 032 61 292 04
Association Bright Life Amboanato1
Fort Dauphin, Madagascar