Madagascar signed the Convention on the 19 Moist soils of February of 1998. This agreement was developed to protect to these places that are the home of the incredible natural wealth, but also to protect the environment. Between the sites proposed in the company/signature in this agreement they are the Lake of Tsimanampetsotsa Betioky that extends on a surface of 45,604 hectares, four Lagos Antsahalova Manambolomaty of an extension of 7.491 hectares, the lake Alaotra Ambatondrazaka that is greatest of Madagascar, with a surface of 722,500 hectares of the fen Andasibe Torotorofotsy a surface of 9,993 hectares, the park deprived in Tsarasaotra Soavimasoandro, Tsiribihina Veil lake and to the river Nosivolo de Marolambo. These sites are some of the strongpoints of the sector of the tourism and to do/” title=” Madagascar” travels; > interesting Madagascarms travels. Every year, a spent day to celebrate the establishment in this agreement that was signed in Ramsar in India. And the celebration of this year has like subject ” the tourism in moist soils:. One experience nica” The objective is to educate to the public one on the importance of these moist soils for the development of the tourist sector. On the other hand the majority of the tourists, who visit the Great Island with a special interest in the natural wealth that is in these places..