Highlights Of Madagascar

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Discover Madagascar's unique wildlife and stunning beaches

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Duration: 14 Days
Starts in: Madagascar
Group Size: 4-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Antananarivo.

Drive to Andasibe.

Morning trek in Andasibe National Park and and afternoon visit to Vondron’olona Miaro Mitia Ala Reserve.

Return to Antananarivo; continue to Antsirabe.

To Ranomafana.

Full day in Ranomafana N.P.

Drive to Ranohira, visiting Anja N.P. en route.

Full-day trek in Isalo N.P. visiting Monkey Canyon and the natural swimming pools.

To Tulear, visiting Zombitse N.P. en route.

Boat transfer to Anakao; free day for optional activities.

Full day in Tsimanampetsotsa N.P.

Excursion to Nosy Ve to see Red-tailed tropic birds nesting on this small island.

Fly to Antananarivo.

City tour; visit to Ambohimanga and end.

Additional Information

Madagascar is a paradise for wildlife lovers, and much of its animal life cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The chief attraction is the lemurs. Undeniably one of the most delightful and cute creatures, there are over 70 species spread throughout the country. In Andasibe, we hope to see the rare Indri, the largest lemur, while in the cloud forest of Ranomafana National Park, we hope to see the rare Golden bamboo and Greater bamboo lemurs. Go in search of Ring-tailed lemurs in Anja Reserve and have a final day in search of wildlife in Tsimanampetsotsa National Park.

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