On this 10-day adventure, explore Madagascar’s remote regions to see the varied landscapes of one of the most alluring nations on the African continent. Madagascar provides a voyage unlike any other, from the emerald-green crater lakes of the Antsirabe area to the golden hues of sunset in the Avenue of the Baobabs, combined with Madagascar’s rainbow and travel lonely roads and canals into the wild.
Upon landing at the airport in Antananarivo, one of our representatives will meet you and take you right to Andasibe. Pass via Marozevo Village on your way to the Peyrieras Reserve. Beginning early in the evening, begin the nocturnal stroll to encounter nocturnal creatures like the Mouse lemur, frogs, and various bizarre insects and amphibians.
After breakfast, you’ll go to the Andasibe National Park to encounter the Indri-Indri, the largest species of lemur in the world. After lunch, we’ll drive you to see the Vakona private reserve, where you’ll see a variety of different bird species.
After breakfast, travel south through the barren hills, scenery resembling the Far East, rice fields, and other interesting locations that the guide will point out to you. Booking full board for the night at Couleur Café.
After breakfast, you have the option of taking a rickshaw on a city tour of Antsirabe before we drive through the Tapia Forest. We’ll pay a quick visit to the well-known town of Ambositra, where master woodcarvers put on amazing performances. Go on a night walk in the late afternoon to observe how the nocturnal animals behave.
The National Park is one of Madagascar’s most popular rainforest hotspots for wildlife. Ranomafana is primarily made up of steep, forested hills that are covered in well-made pathways. Some of the pathways take visitors to breathtaking vantage locations. In addition to the stunning lemurs and other animals, leeches are a typical sight in this park. Lemurs, reptiles, birds, and insects will all be displayed to you to the best of the guide’s ability.
We’ll make an early trip to Ranomafana National Park, home to numerous bird species as well as certain lemur species like the bamboo and Milne-Edward’s lemurs. We’ll go to the Sahamalaotra forest section in the afternoon. After the tour, we’ll drive through a hilly region, stopping first in the strongly catholic city of Fianarantsoa and then in Ambalavao, which is well renowned for its wineries and is the last town on the highlands.
Visit Isalo, one of Madagascar’s biggest parks that span 81,540 hectares. It is perched on top of a plateau built of Jurassic-era continental sandstone. The sandstone has been severely worn, and the sandy valleys and canyons are the only places where its antiquity can be seen. Then we take a drive to Ifaty.
After an early breakfast, we drive across the South-Eastern terrain to Tulear. Obtain a ride to the harbor to catch the boat to Anakao. The remainder of the day can be spent relaxing on the beach or taking part in some of the hotel’s suggested activities.
You’ll get dressed earlier than usual, and then we’ll head back to Toliara. When you get there, you’ll go to the Arboretum of Antsokay to see a lot of the indigenous plants and creatures. After that, a guide will accompany you on a tour of the city. Transfer to the airport to catch the flight back to Tana, which is scheduled to depart between 6.15 and 7.55 p.m.
After breakfast, return to the city, and if time allows, stop by the craft market to pick up some mementos. Then, transfer to the airport for your international flight at 4:00 p.m.
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