13 Days Tsingy De Bemaraha, Baobab Alley & Nosy Be


This itinerary includes excursions to Baobab Alley, the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, and Nosy Be Island and the wonderful little islands that surround it. View the various lemur species and sea life. You will have the opportunity to tour the city and its market, where you may sample a variety of spices, including vanilla. The idyllic island of Nosy Be is located off the northwest coast of Madagascar. It is the most well-liked beach location in the nation, with five-star hotels looking out over flawless expanses of snow-white sand and warm, clear waters that offer plenty of chances for deep-sea fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. The atmosphere of Madagascar’s “Big Island” is still pleasantly laid-back despite its many visitors, and the air smells like a veritable paradise (due to inland plantations).

Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is a singular and beautiful natural beauty situated in the western region of Madagascar. It was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990 due to its remarkable geological formations and abundant wildlife, covering an area of roughly 1,520 square kilometers (590 square miles).

Tour highlights

  • Arrive in Madagascar
  • Transfer to Antsirabe
  • Visit Morondava
  • Transfer to Bekopaka
  • Explore Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park
  • Transfer from Bekopaka to Morondava
  • Travel to Antsirabe
  • Transfer to Antananarivo
  • Fly to Nosy Be
  • Fly to Antananarivo
  • Departure

    Price Includes:

  • Park fees
  • All mentioned activities
  • Full board accommodation
  • Service of a professional driver/guide
  • Transportation in 4×4 Safari Vehicles
  • All Taxes/VAT
  • Bottled drinking
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals

    Price Excludes:

  • International flights
  • Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
  • Tips
  • Personal items like Souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc.
  • Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees
  • Additionally meals which are not included on itinerary
  • Visa and Air tickets

Itinary in details

Upon landing at the airport, you will be met by your safari guide who will be holding a sign post with your name on it. We’ll take you to your accommodation in Antananarivo where we’ll give you a special briefing regarding your tour ahead and address any questions you might have.

After breakfast at the hotel, we will go to the Queen’s Palace to learn about Madagascar’s royalty. You can see colorful goods and learn more about the Malagasy way of life in general at the market. Following the visit, we’ll take the drive to Antsirabe. We’ll make a brief stop at Ambatolampy en route to see the capital of Madagascar’s pot factories. We will get to Antsirabe in the late afternoon. We will begin by taking a rickshaw ride through the city as part of our city tour. Dinner options include staying in your hotel or being driven to a nearby eatery. We’ll spend the night in Antsirabe at the Vatolahy Hotel or somewhere comparable.

After breakfast, we’ll have a tour of Antsirabe’s city center, stopping by the city’s well-known miniatures and zebu horn factory. Then we’ll take a rickshaw trip along the avenue. After Antananarivo (the capital) and Toamasina, where the principal harbor is situated, Antsirabe is the third-largest city in Madagascar. Because of its large international port, Toamasina is referred to be Madagascar’s entrance. Further along the island’s eastern coast is where you may find it. We’ll proceed southwest on the National 34 route, which connects Antsirabe and Morondava. We will stop multiple times along the journey to take beautiful shots of the spectacular scenery, which includes mountains, zebus, gold mining, and local villagers.

After breakfast, we’ll drive to Bekopaka, a town that serves as the entrance to the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park. We’ll make a quick halt here as we pass through the Baobab Alley to get a taste of this heaven. After the tour, we will travel through a baobab forest, pass by a number of communities, and take ferry boats across two separate rivers. After the initial ferry, we’ll make a stop in Belo sur Tsiribihina for lunch. We’ll continue to Bekopaka after lunch. We will cross the Manambolo River, another river, a few kilometers before Bekopaka. After the ferry, we will travel for roughly 30 minutes to get to the Olympe du Bemaraha Hotel in Bekopaka, where we will spend the night.

We will explore the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park today, where a variety of lemur, bird, and reptile species may be found. The Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is the largest protected area in Madagascar and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From the perspective in the park, we will be able to see the cathedral, the hanging bridge, and the numerous native creatures that call this area home, including the sifaka lemur and common brown lemur. Additionally, the largest carnivore in Madagascar known as the “fossa” and wild birds will be visible. We will also witness a variety of native flora, including the palissandre. We’ll continue our tour into the park’s smaller area after lunch. The Olympe Du Bemaraha Hotel in Bekopaka is where you’ll spend the night.

After breakfast, we’ll head south to Morondava. We’ll pass by the “In-love Baobab” en route, a rare sight of two enormous baobab trees that have grown together. Many couples gather here to reaffirm their love since this tree represents the uniting of two lovers. After that, we’ll keep driving to Baobab Alley to see the most famous sunset in all of Madagascar. One of Madagascar’s most well-known attractions, the baobabs in this area have been there for eight hundred years. After witnessing the sunset, we carry on to Morondava, our final stop for the day. We will check into our hotel when we get there and settle in for the evening.

Following an early breakfast, we’ll return to Antsirabe. We will enjoy visiting numerous villages along the road, including schools if this is something that interests you. Explore the half-desert environment or simply sit back and relax in the automobile. Your overnight stay will be in Antsirabe’s Vatolahy Hotel.

After a late breakfast at the hotel, we will return to Antananarivo. You will encounter beautiful landscapes along the way, and you’ll stop for lunch at a renowned eatery to sample duck liver among many other dishes. The Le Tripolitsa Hotel in Antananarivo will serve as your home for the night.

After breakfast, and depending on the flight schedule, we will drive to the Ivato Airport and board a domestic flight to Nosy Be. After arriving, we’ll check into the Sable Blanc Hotel and have some free time to either rest or explore Nosy Be.

On day 10, you will have a free day to rest by the beach or continue exploring the island of Nosy Be. Numerous activities are available at our hotel, including kayaking, snorkeling, and trips to adjacent islands. We’ll stay the night at the Sable Blanc Hotel once more.

After breakfast, you will be driven to the port of Nosy Be where you will board a speed boat and travel, in what will probably take an hour and a half, to Nosy Iranja. One of the most breathtaking islands in Madagascar is Nosy Iranja, a paradise island. Here, you will eat lunch, which will consist of a variety of seafood. During your full day here, you can go snorkeling and explore the Nosy Iranja village.

After breakfast, we’ll travel to Nosy Be Airport to catch our hour-long flight to Antananarivo. We will check into our hotel when we get here. Once we’ve settled in, we’ll spend the rest of the day exploring historical sites in the upper city, Manjakamiadana Palace, and Andafiavaratra Museum.

On the 13th day of your tour, we will have a free morning on our final day together to shop for souvenirs to take home. We will examine Malagasy crafts, regional spices, vanilla, and much more on our shopping tour. We will get ready to go for Ivato International Airport following our shopping. Two hours before to your scheduled departure, we will arrive at the airport.

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