A unique biodiversity in the world

The biodiversity of Madagascar is unique in the world, with over 14,000 floral species. Our honeys are harvested in three regions of Madagascar. These highly preserved regions benefit from a unique biodiversity in the world.

The diversity of ecosystems present on the island, its climate, and its isolation provide ideal conditions for beekeeping, allowing for up to three harvests per year, while the global standard is typically one harvest.


An exceptional flora

Setting foot on the red soil of Madagascar is all it takes for a change of scenery to occur. The lush forests in the heart of the Indian Ocean reveal themselves like a carpet of greenery stretching as far as the eye can see. This fantastic landscape awakens dormant senses: in an instant, the Red Island enchants us.

The Great Island inspires tranquility and relaxation. Among the thousands of species present in Madagascar, there are unique melliferous trees in the world that allow for the harvest of honey with prodigious flavors. This is the case of the mokarana, an endemic plant in the Anosy region.Image

The Meeting of Cultures

Located a short distance from the African continent, on the ancient route to the Indies, Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, with a territory equivalent to that of metropolitan France. Its history makes it an extraordinary island, a learned cultural mix between Africa and Asia.

The diversity of ecosystems present on the island, its climate, and its isolation offer ideal conditions for beekeeping, as they allow for up to three harvests per year while the global standard is usually only one harvest. Our remote harvest areas guarantee the absence of pesticides and pure, 100% natural production. The honey you taste is the one we harvest from the hives, without any addition on our part.