DISCOVERING THE WILDLIFE HERITAGE OF MADAGASCAR – 11 DAYS
A Mecca for Wildlife Heritage
Madagascar is a Mecca for the diversity of life with a unique faunal and floral world. We have selected parks and reserves that will offer you the best opportunities to discover endemic species: lemurs, chameleons, birds etc in their natural environment amidst a variety of breathtaking landscapes. We will also pass through exciting settlements and people.
Excellent hiking opportunity
The beautiful landscapes of the Isalo National Park allows you excellent hiking opportunities and exploration of the area.
Our destinations and partners are selected based on the expertise of locality as well as commitment to sustainability. Together we make sure we follow the highest standard of sustainability and social responsibility.
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DAY 1: Arrival in ANTANANARIVO ! Meet with our representative and transfer to hotel,
DAY 2: ANTANANARIVO – ANDASIBE
After breakfast, departure to ANDASIBE. Along the high gorges and undulating plains, the journey to the east is more wooded due to abundant rainfall. On the way, stop at the Peyrieras reserve to observe different types of endemic amphibians and chameleons. Also visit the historical gendarmerie museum. Lunch on the way. Continue to Andasibe. On arrival, in the afternoon, visit of the private reserve of VAKONA LODGE to observe some crocodiles and lemurs. Nocturnal visit of the private association park to discover the nocturnal lemur, chameleons, snakes
DAY 3: ANDASIBE – AKANIN’NOFY PALMARIUM
4 hours including transfer by motorboat. After breakfast, drive to Manambato for motorboat transfer to Ankanin’ny Nofy via Rasoabe Lake. Lunch Walk along the white sand beach. Night tour of the mysterious lemur: aye aye. Dinner and night at PALMARIUM hotel
DAY 4: AKANIN ‘ NOFY .
Visit of the palmarium, private reserve to see extraordinary animal species such as lemurs, birds and some plant species like vanilla orchids. afternoon: visit of the village, traditional alambics of essential oil Lunch Dinner and rnight at PALMARIUM hotel. !
DAY 5: AKANIN’NOFY!–PERINET Back to Perinet. Lunch. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight at VAKONA LODGE or similar
DAY 6: ANDASIBE – PERINET – ANTANANARIVO
Visit of the national reserve of ANALAMAZAOTRA, visit of 4 hours, or VOI (belonging to the association of the villagers) Incursion into the forest to see the Indri Indri, the largest existing lemur and hear his call singing as he cries, and watch the birds.
The forest of ANALAMAZAOTRA is the unique sanctuary of INDRI INDRI . other species of lemurs can be seen in the reserve.
Extreme rarity of native species of birds. The fern is particularly dense: fern, epiphytic plants and endemic variety of orchids. Interesting walk in the clear paths of a primary forest. Lunch Back to Antananarivo. Check-in at hotel, dinner and night.
SECOND STEP : THE DEEP SOUTH
DAY 7: ANTANANARIVO – FORT – DAUPHIN – BERENTY
FORT DAUPHIN, THE PARADISE OF BOTANISTS
A beautiful landscape offering diversity with lush vegetation typical of eastern Madagascar and the semi-arid and bush of its mainland. The city is built on a peninsula between two large deep bays. Flight to FORT DAUPHIN (subject to flight schedule). On arrival, transfer to the hotel or drive continuation to Berenty, 81 km (this program will depend on the flight schedule.) Rather bad road to Berenty but offers great scenic interest. After lush vegetation and the discovery of carnivorous plants, crossing thorny shrubs characteristic of southern Madagascar. Botanists’ paradise with its extraordinary variety of euphorbiaceace, unique in the world. The famous baobab, “mother of the forest”, the funerary figures of Antanosy with commemorative stones of the dead.. Lunch. On the way, large sisal plantations. First foray into the forest and night visit. The reserve is of great interest to ecotourists: 340 ha along the Mandrare River, a private reserve created in 1936 by a French family. Fauna and flora of a gallery forest: lemurs, turtles and a wide variety of endemic birds. A museum inside this famous forest that shows: musical instruments, the soul of Antandroy.
DAY 8: BERENTY – FORT DAUPHIN
Morning incursion in the reserve to observe birds and a museum inside this famous forest that shows musical instruments, the soul of Antandroy. Lunch then in the afternoon, return to Fort Dauphin. Dinner and overnight at CROIX SUD. Hotel.
DAY 9 : FORT – DAUPHIN – LOKARO – FORT DAUPHIN
After breakfast, departure by motorboat to the village of EVATRA through a typical landscape of tropical vegetation. Upon arrival at the village, trekking to the beautiful bay of LOKARO. Picnic lunch and return to FORT DAUPHIN by boat Dinner and night at the hotel CROIX SUD.
DAY 10: FORT – DAUPHIN – ANTANANARIVO
Morning visit of the private reserve of Nahampoana. This is another type of reserve with the bamboo forest. You can still see some kinds of lemurs in the rainforest, such as catta lemurs, sifaka and lemur mongooses, some kinds of waterfall birds. Lunch. After the visit, return to Fort Dauphin and fly to Antananarivo.
DAY 11 : ANTANANARIVO – VOL INTERNATIONAL
Transfer to the airport. Upon arrival in Antananarivo, transfer to the hotel, check-in.
Person Person Cost : $ 2950
Single supplement : $ 500
This includes full board, flight not included, based on 2 adults sharing the room. TVA included
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