Trekking In Madagascar


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Explore Madagascar's National Parks, mountains and incredible wildlife.


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.


Start Antananarivo; overnight.

Morning city tour; transfer to Ambositra.

To Antoetra; full-day trek through hills and rice fields, visiting local villages.

Transfer to Ranomafana N.P.

Morning visit to Ranomafana N.P.; transfer to Ambalavao in the afternoon.

Early transfer to Andringitra N.P. to start the three-day trek to climb Peak Boby.

Andringitra National Park

Andringitra National Park.

Visit Anya Reserve to look for Ring-tailed lemurs; to Isalo N.P.

The first of two days spent exploring isalo National Park.

Continue exploring Isalo National Park.

To west coast and beaches; overnight at Ifaty beach.

Free time for relaxation or optional activities at Ifaty beach.

Fly to Antananarivo and end.

Additional Information

This exciting itinerary allows us to experience the incredible diversity of Madagascar, predominantly on foot. We trek in Andringitra National Park, one of the most beautiful and biodiverse parks on the island, and in Isalo National Park with its unique landscape of rock formations, deep canyons, waterfalls and natural swimming pools. We go in search of lemurs in Anja Reserve and visit Ranomafana National Park, walking through spectacular scenery in the hope of spotting endemic lemurs, including dancing sifakas. Throughout the trip, the unique wildlife of this island will enchant and amaze.


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