This 15 Days Madagascar baobab tour , Lemurs tour and Rainforest , You will get the chance to enjoy the stunning scenery of western Madagascar throughout this excursion while it is shaded by madagascar baobab tree and lemur tour. Additionally, you will encounter Fossa, the largest carnivorous mammal in Madagascar. When visiting the National Park of Andasibe, you will encounter the renowned lemur katta (Maki) and, not to be forgotten, Madagascar’s largest lemur, known as Indri-Indri. This 15-day madagascar baobab tree and lemur tour is designed to immerse you in the wonders of this unique and diverse destination. Whether you’re a nature lover, wildlife enthusiast, or simply seeking a one-of-a-kind experience, Madagascar has something to offer everyone. we will take you on this journey through the enchanting landscapes and vibrant culture of Madagascar. From the iconic baobabs dotting the countryside to the playful lemurs swinging through the trees, we will delve into the highlights of this incredible adventure. Be part of this journey as we explore the breathtaking rainforests, encounter fascinating wildlife, and learn about the conservation efforts dedicated to preserving Madagascar’s natural treasures. We’ll provide valuable tips, insights, and recommendations to help you make the most of your 15-day excursion. So, pack your bags and get ready to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey through Madagascar’s baobabs, lemurs, and rainforests.
Greetings from Madagascar! You will arrive in Tana’s international airport today. Your English-speaking tour guide will greet you following the completion of all formalities and currency exchange. After that, you’ll be driven to your hotel, which is in the heart of the city. You’ll have the rest of the day to yourself.
Today, you’ll start your day with a hearty breakfast. Your driver will meet you at your hotel and transport you south. You will pass by traditional red-mud buildings on your journey to Antsirabe, which symbolize the identity and origins of the Malagasy people. You are welcome to watch the production of aluminum Malagasy pots before getting to your hotel. You’ll unwind at your hotel in the late afternoon as you wait for supper.
Following a hearty breakfast, you are taken on an exhilarating Rickshaw city tour. Following the visit, you will drive National Road 34 to Miandrivazo. After a few kilometers, you’ll arrive in Betafo, where you’ll hike and see a school. After that, you’ll retrace your steps to Miandrivazo. The end of the afternoon is when you are anticipated to arrive.
Today you will travel to Kirindy. It is intended to make several stops so that you may get some fresh air and take in the stunning scenery of western Madagascar. We encourage you to visit Kirindy Reserve at night before dinner. The famed Hypogeomys antimena, popularly known as the Vositse (giant rat), an endemic species of the western portion of Madagascar, will be among the many snakes, microbe species (berthae and murinus), and snakes you find during the journey.
After an early breakfast, you will go to the Kirindy reserve. Numerous lemur species, including the sifaka (Propithecus vereauxii), red-fronted brown lemur (Eulemur fulvus rufus), several species of couas (Coua cristata and couas gigas), the Paradyse flycatcher, and the well-known narrow-striped mongoose (Mungotictis decemlineata), will be encountered. Young palisanders and baobabs are among the local flora. After the visit, you will go back to Morondava. You will drive past the renowned avenue of baobabs at the conclusion of the afternoon, where you may experience the ethereal ambiance that pervades beneath the Malagasy sky. A photograph of the “Grandidieri adansonia” is essential. It is one of the seven varieties of baobab trees that may be found in Madagascar. Here, the sunset not only provides lovely photo subjects but also a stunning display of color.
Today is devoted to the return travel to Antsirabe, a colonial city. You will stop for pictures several times so you can take in the breathtaking landscape and get some fresh air. In the late afternoon, you will arrive in the colonial city.
Today, after a hearty breakfast, you’ll go to Ambalavao. Following your arrival, you can take part in a fascinating and cultural city tour. You’ll go to a paper mill that uses the Havoha tree to make paper. The original creators of this type of production were Arab businesspeople. After that, you’ll be driven to your hotel. The remainder of the day is yours to do as you like.
Today you’re going to Ranohira. On the route, you will stop at Anja Park to see the kattas. You will then proceed to Ranohira. The enormous granite rock known as the “Gateway of the South” is where the landscape on the route to Ihosy dramatically transforms from the terraced hills to the parched southern lowlands. You will travel over the treeless plateau of Ihorombe to get to your objective for today, the town of Ranohira in the Isalo Mountains, past the Bishop’s Hat, a sacred site for the locals. You may view the magnificent sunset from Isalo’s window at the end of the afternoon. The ambiance at Isalo’s window and in the neighborhood at night is excellent.
Ranohira is well-known for its Isalo National Park. Today, it is worthwhile to take a day trip through the sandstone formations. Particularly alluring is the craggy mountainous scenery with its peculiar rock formations and caverns. In spite of the dry weather, streams with crystal clear water flow down the deep valleys and create tiny green oasises. Enjoy this distinctive setting that will attract your eye and allow yourself to be awed by the breathtaking mountain scenery with its colored rocks that glitter. The gorges and steep canyons serve as the park’s irrigation system by carrying water throughout the dry season. A wonderfully designed natural swimming pool is waiting for you after the challenging hike.
Today’s route takes us to Ranomafana, home of the renowned national park. As one of the last remaining mountain forests in the world, Ranomafana provides all nature enthusiasts with several breathtaking views that are sure to leave an indelible impression. Many of the animal and plant species found in Ranomafana National Park are currently endangered. An evening trip through the forest at night is planned.
Today, an impressive visit to the Ranomafana National Park is recommended before your departure. You can explore a sizable circular path to learn more about the park’s mysteries. The famed Varecia variegata, often known as varika, and the golden bamboo lemur (Hapalemur aureus), among other lemur species, can be found here. Numerous additional animal species, such the mantella and Trachelophorus giraffe, will also be found. You will then depart in the direction of Antsirabe. To get some fresh air and take in the scenery, several stops are planned. Your arrival is scheduled for the afternoon.
Today you will depart for Andasibe, which is located to the east of the Perinet Reserve. Numerous lemur species are active both day and night. You’ll show up in the late afternoon. A night trek through the forest in search of nocturnal creatures is a great way to round off the evening. You’ll be joined by chameleons, frogs, and other nocturnal creatures as they go about their business.
After a full breakfast, you will leave to explore the magnificent Andasibe National Park and gain a sense of this beautiful setting. The indris, the largest living lemur, can be found here. One of the attractions of this trip is an Indri concert, and this national park is the ideal setting for taking part in such a special and one-of-a-kind experience. You will be impressed with the park’s biodiversity in addition to the indris. The park is a good place to see endemic vegetation as well as other animal species including geckos and other lemurs. You will travel to the well-known Vakona Reserve following lunch. You’ll come across a park with crocodiles and a park with lemurs. It’s enjoyable to visit this tiny preserve. The lemurs are accustomed to tourists and are approachable. You will find other lemur species, such as the brown lemurs, in addition to the Varecia variegata, as one of them enjoys showcasing their agility.
You’ll return to the capital after breakfast. You will stop by the private farm Peyrieras “Madagascar Exotic” for an hour on route. There are roughly 3000 different species of butterflies in Madagascar. With a 30 centimeter wingspan, the comet is the largest butterfly known to man, and with any luck, you can observe it up close today. In addition, you can view lizards, snakes, bats, and practically all of Madagascar’s chameleon species. We anticipate seeing you in the late afternoon.
Your journey is over right now. You are cordially invited to visit the Andohalo Photography Museum before you depart. Here, you will learn about the highlands’ past during the age of the kings. Following the tour, you’ll stop by the vibrant local markets to pick up some mementos. Finally, a driver will take you to the airport.
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