This tour covers sunrises and sunsets at Baobab Avenue. It involves baobabs, a sacred baobab in the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, lemurs, reptiles, and other wildlife species. You’ll visit numerous locals, explore various places, and get knowledge about their customs and way of life. Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is situated in Madagascar’s Melaky area. The park’s two geological formations, the Little Tsingy and the Great Tsingy, give it the names Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park and Great Tsingy, respectively. Throughout the park, these rock formations create a maze of limestone pinnacles. Tsingy, a Malagasy word that meaning “where one cannot walk barefoot,” is the term used to characterize Madagascar’s “karst badlands.”
Upon arrival at the airport, our tour guide will be there carrying a sign with your name on it. You will be driven to your accommodation in Antananarivo after being picked up, where you will receive a special briefing about your future trip. We will address any inquiries you might have regarding your forthcoming adventure.
After breakfast at your accommodation, you will go to the Queen’s Palace to learn about Madagascar’s royalty. You will go to the market where you may observe a variety of colorful goods and learn more about basic Malagasy culture. You will drive to Antsirabe following the visit. You will make a brief stop at Ambatolampy en route to see Madagascar’s pot factory capital. You’ll arrive in Antsirabe in the late afternoon and be taken to your hotel for the night.
You will awaken early in the morning. On this day, you will have a city tour to learn about the area and stop by the Horn of Zebu factory before traveling to Morondava. You will enjoy the scenic southwest scenery along the journey, as well as numerous towns and villages. Along the journey, you’ll pass a lot of zebus and several baobabs.
Upon rising this morning, you will go to Bekopaka, a settlement that serves as the entrance to the Tsingy of Bemaraha National Park. You’ll be driving through Baobab Alley. You will stay here briefly to get a taste of this paradise before moving on to Bekopaka. You will travel there via ferry boat, crossing two different rivers. After the initial ferry, you’ll have a lunch stop in Belo sur Tsiribihina. You will continue traveling to Bekopaka after lunch. You will cross the Manambolo River, another river, a few kilometers before Bekopaka. You will need to drive for a little while to get to your accommodation after the final ferry.
After breakfast this morning at the hotel, you’ll travel to the Big Tsingy to see its wonders and take in its natural beauty. Lemurs, chameleons, night-active lemurs, and ring-tailed mongooses can all be seen. In the midst of the rock forest, you will have a picnic lunch. You’ll have enough energy in the afternoon to find the tiny Tsingy and travel there to see it and take in its beauty. You may also choose to unwind by the pool while sipping a cold beverage.
Following breakfast at the hotel, you will return to Morondava. On your way to Morondava, you will see the sacred baobab and the “in love baobab,” a remarkable scene of two big baobab trees that have grown together and become entwined. Numerous couples visit this location to rekindle their vows since this tree represents the joining of two lovers. After that, you’ll carry on driving to Baobab Alley to see the most well-known sunset in all of Madagascar. The baobabs in this area have been there for 800 years, and they are one of Madagascar’s most visited tourist destinations. You will continue driving to your final destination for the day, Morondava, after experiencing the sunset at Baobab Alley. You will check into your hotel in Morondava when you arrive and retire for the evening.
Following an early breakfast at the hotel, you’ll return to Antsirabe. Numerous different communities and laborers in rice fields can be seen throughout the route. The mountains and semi-desert scenery are very enjoyable.
Following an early breakfast, you will depart for Antananarivo. On the journey, you will take in the grandeur of the huge terrain and vegetation of the highlands for the last time. You will travel directly to the airport after arriving in Antananarivo and have at least two hours before your check-in time.
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