It all started with a one-way flight ticket to Bangkok, and after that, he never stopped…
26 years old, Jack Morris carrying ‘Passion, Originality and Perseverance’ in his backpack
started his journey around the world in 2012 and visited 45 countries since.
In 2015, he landed at Constance Tsarabanjina Madagascar
Tsarabanjina is a tiny volcanic island off the north-west coast of Madagascar in the Mitsio archipelago with fantastic white sandy beaches, abundant coral and untouched marine life.
And made it his home for a week:
“My jungle bungalow and home for the week at @constancehotels - Tsarabanjina, Madagascar
Beach Villas at Constance Tsarabanjina are part of the All-inclusive package which includes
everything from premium drinks to authentic cuisine and accommodation.
The first evening was dedicated to some much-needed rest time:
“16 hours later, I arrived at @constancehotels on the island of Tsarabanjina, Madagascar!
This is how I spent my first evening, kicking back in paradise - catching up on some much-needed rest time! #myconstancemoment”
Linen-strung hammock to contemplate the beauty of Constance Tsarabanjina
and enjoy the serenity of the environment.
Jack, who stayed in one of the eco-friendly beach villas, also discovered a pathway to paradise:
“From my bungalow to the beach - the pathway to paradise. @constancehotels, Tsarabanjina Island, Madagascar. #myconstancemoment”
An encounter with nature in a pure location with an authentic setting.
Other than that, he was also amazed by the inhabitants of the island:
Green sea turtles which are classified as endangered are mainly found in tropical waters near the coastline and around islands. They live in bays and protected shores, especially in areas with seagrass beds.
At Constance Tsarabanjina, these turtles are the little jewels of the shore; they are protected and undisturbed.
And made new friends too:
During his stay at Constance Tsarabanjina he also travelled the neighbourhood
where he ran into a couple of lemurs:
Madagascar is home to many distinct animals and plant species in the world; the Lemur is one of them.
There are eighty-eight species of Lemurs today and all native to Madagascar.
Jack Morris’ targeted destination for this year is the Tahiti, South America and Finland