Beach stay in a Nosy Be tour with excursions on the island and the surrounding islands.
You will appreciate the beauty of the beaches and lagoons of the most famous south resorts in this Madagascar lagoons tour.
The famous “Baobab Avenue” and “the Tsingy de Bemaraha” are on the must see list of Madagascar.
The spectacular mineral forest of the Tsingy de Bemaraha stands on the western coast of Madagascar. Tsingy is the Malagasy word for “walking on tiptoes” and the nearly impenetrable labyrinth of limestone needles justifies this name. The whole protected area, designated a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1990, comprises a surface of 1.575 km². This remote area was not a tourist trek site until 1998, when the southern part (723 km²) was declared a National Park. The northern section is an Integral Reserve so tourists are not allowed to enter the zone. The reserve’s canyons, gorges, undisturbed forests, lakes and mangrove swamps display an astonishing richness of fauna and flora which have not been completely recorded.
The east coast is the most luxuriant of the whole regions of Madagascar. This is due to the high rainfall throughout the year. As a result, the eastern coast offers rich and extraordinary vegetation including the following: Ravinala Palms also known as the “Traveler’s tree”, coconut palms, beautiful flowers, perfumed essences and spices, ferns and all kinds of tropical plants.
The itinerary goes from the capital to the coast of Toamasina, through the Pangalana channel. It provides a fascinating journey. On the way back to the capital, stop at Andasibe Reserve which is home to the largest lemur “Indri-indri”.
This tour will allow you to discover a part of the South East of the island. A journey by train, in the colors of the country, and whose landscape is breathtaking. It will allow you to participate in the Madagascar sustainable tourism we have been trying to develop for several years.
It is a journey by car, allowing you to discover the forest corridor of the East, to embark on an the Antananarivo tour, to participate in the development of sustainable tourism and to know the history of the kingdom of Madagascar.
Nature and relaxation tour. Discovery of the rainforest on the east coast, refuge of different species of lemurs, batrachians and reptiles. The flora is also very diverse. The journey ends with a stay at the island of Sainte Marie, a small paradise where humpback whales come during the dry season (from June to late August accurately) to give birth. Sicover the capital on a Antananarivo tour and embark on the Andasibe tour for a closer look to the wild
Sainte Marie is a small island at East part of Madagascar. If you are looking for relax and quiet spots, and discover the local live, then it's worth it! From mid June to Mid September, you can enjoy the whales festival! Visit Sainte Marie to discover the kindness of its inhabitants, the typical villages, the beautiful landscapes, the great beaches, the wellness and the quiet of this island make it unique.
The Tour of the South is one of the most attractive itineraries in Madagascar leading from Antananarivo to Toliary along the RN 7 (Route Nationale); a several driving day tour which brings you through various different regions to discover the rich and diverse culture, admiring unique natural beauty. The tour starts in the Highlands and crosses regions of diverse ethnic groups including the Merina and Betsileo who are well known for their traditional but outstanding cultivation techniques: rice fields on the plains or carved in terraces on the mountain-sides.
You will visit interesting small towns, such as: Ambatolampy, a huge agricultural village, also widely known for the handicraft manufacturing of aluminum articles; Antsirabe, with its large and tree-lined boulevards, crossed by the "posy" (rickshaws); Ambositra, the "capital" of the precious woodcraft that you can see in several shops; Fianarantsoa, the best starting point for tours to Ranomafana National Park; Ambalavao, a big gathering centre for herds of zebu coming from the south. Further on you will see granite massifs contrasting with the Great Plains down to Ihosy, the chief town of the region of the Bara, a fierce zebu breeding people. From there you come to the vast Horombe savannah interrupted only by the calcareous massif of the Isalo National Park with beautiful landscapes; luxuriant forests full of lemurs and canyons, gorges, natural pools.
Further south, you will admire the big savannah baobabs and those in the Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park tropical forest, and then the semi-desert bush characterized by a wild and beautiful, thorny vegetation, of great naturalist interest, typical of the Malagasy south.
In the last part of the tour, you will reach Toliary, on the shores of the Mozambique Channel.
This trip will take you to the land of the baobabs. The South West region is home to the largest number of these majestic trees. You will have the opportunity to admire the famous alley of the baobabs, to the alley and the return of the way leading to the Tsingy of Bemaraha, this massive karstic, classified world heritage by unesco in 1990.
Ideal itinerary for a first trip to Madagascar. Discovery of 4 different types of landscapes, reflecting the image of the big island. The uplands, mountain ranges, the arid landscape of the south with the canyons and the south west coast. Visits to parks and reserves, unforgettable moments to appreciate the wealth of fauna and flora of this beautiful country.
Itinerary: Antananarivo - Ambositra - Ambalavao - Isalo - Zombitse - Ranomafana - Antsirabe - Antananarivo
Tsiribihina is a river in the western of Madagascar. The river is surrounded by mangroves which makes the trip very interesting. The navigation starts from the shore of Mahajilo river, a tributary of the Tsiribihina. You will travel in covered and large motor boat equipped with kitchenette and a sun-deck. The majestic Tsiribihina flows between the spurs of the highlands to the high vertical walls of the Bemaraha Canyons where the tropical forest grows, providing a perfect habitat for the lemurs. During the two days navigation, there are stops which will enable you to see the inner land and discover fantastic waterfalls and natural pool with luxuriant vegetation. Don’t miss out to see various species of lemurs, crocodiles, turtles and birds like the herons, pink ibis, and parrots. After the river trip, you will reach Bemaraha National Park, the Tsingy the Malagasy word for “walking on tiptoes” is a protected area. It has been listed one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990.
During this trip you may see the following:
- 11 species of lemurs including the Decken's sifaka, red-fronted brown lemur, fat-tailed dwarf lemur, grey mouse lemur/ the Cleese's woolly lemur and the Sambirano lesser bamboo lemur.
- mammals and the small carnivorous falanouc and ring-tailed mongoose, and several bats.
- 100 species of birds which have been found within the Bemaraha National Park: the endangered Madagascar fish eagle and crested ibis, Madagascar wood-rail, giant coua or Coquerel´s coua.
- 45 reptiles and amphibians: Madagascar iguana a local endemic long-tailed skink and the Antsingy leaf chameleon.
Discovery of the specific fauna and flora of the north of the island before enjoying the beauty of the beach of Nosy Be, embarking on a Tsingy tour, discovering the capital and many others.
One of the tourist attractions of the south western region of Madagascar is "the Tsingy of Bemaraha", the karstic massif (with the sharp peaks), declared world heritage by unesco in 1990. To get there, you have to run on a very bad track. Its discovery is often combined with a Tsiribihina River tour (traditional pirogue or motorboat), amazing landscape. The adventure does not end there, you will also climb the peak bobby, Mada's roof.
This tour will take you to the SAVA region, where you will live a unique experience for 2 nights in bivouac in the Marojejy National Park. The park is world-renowned for its rich biodiversity, and attracts many scientists who regularly discover new species that have not been previously described in Marojejy and are sometimes even totally new to science.
The discovery will continue with an exploration of the Ankarana reserve with its "Tsingy".
Antsiranana stands around a beautiful bay, one of the greatest in the world, in the northern part of Madagascar. The economy of Antsiranana is based on trading activities as it is also the location of the third largest harbour in the country that welcome big fishing boats.
On the East coast you can explore gorgeous bays, which are entirely deserted and protected by the rocks, with perfect blue turquoise waters. Along the coast lay beautiful unspoiled islands.
Further inland, you can visit the Amber Mountain National Park, very attactrive for its luxuriant vegetation, rivers and lakes and the Ankarana National Park with its spectacular caves and unique rock formations: the Tsingy, high pinnacles which make those places almost impassable, preserving their natural condition; then the Baobab Forest.
Itinerary: Antananarivo - Miandrivazo - Kirindy - Bekopaka - National Park od Tsingy De Bemaraha - Morondava - Belo Sur Mer - Manja - Andavadaoka - Ifaty - Isalo - Ranomafana - Antsirabe - Antananarivo
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