Madagascan Discoverer

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Explore Madagascar's unique flora and fauna, and spectacular and diverse scenery

Details

Duration: 15 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; overnight.

Morning city tour in Antananarivo; afternoon drive to Andasibe; guided night walk.

Morning trek in Andasibe; return to Antananarivo.

Fly to Morondava; visit Alley of Baobabs.

Drive to Bekopaka, with a visit to Kirindy dry forest reserve.

Morning trekking in Grands Tsingy; afternoon return to Bekopaka.

4WD to Morondava; sunset at 'Alley of Baobabs'.

Drive to Antsirabe.

Drive to Ranomafana.

Morning visit Ranomafana N.P.; afternoon visit Ranomafana village.

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

Full day trek in Isalo N.P.

To west coast and beaches; overnight in Ifaty beach.

Free time for relaxation or optional activities at Ifaty beach.

Fly to Antananarivo and end.

Additional Information

Madagascar is home to countless endemic species of flora and fauna and has some truly incredible scenery. We visit the primary forest at Andasibe, where we hope to see the rare Indri, Madagascar’s largest lemur, as well as some of Madagascar’s unusual nocturnal wildlife. We also visit thousand-year-old trees at sunset at the famous Alley of Baobabs. A real highlight of the trip is the time spent trekking in the Tsingy of Bemaraha - home to unique wildlife and magnificent scenery.

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