Let immerse into to the heart of Madagascar’s lush evergreen rainforests with our meticulously crafted discovery tour. Your adventure begins in the renowned Andasibe National Park, a huge biodiversity reserve of 121,810 hectares. Here, amidst the dense canopy, you’ll encounter the majestic Indri Indri, Madagascar’s largest lemur, whose enchanting calls echo through the forest amongst many other species of lemurs and other wildlife.
As you traverse this verdant region, be prepared to be mesmerized by an array of exotic wildlife – from vibrantly colored birds and elusive frogs to the intriguing chameleons. Andasibe-Mantadia is not just about fauna; it’s a treasure trove of rare and endemic flora that adds to the mystique of the rainforest.
Prepare your senses for the aromatic fields of cloves, cocoa, and vanilla that line the Pangalanes Channel’s wetlands. These fragrant landscapes offer a feast for the senses and a glimpse into the rich agricultural heritage of the region.
A visit to the Aye Aye Island presents a rare opportunity to encounter one of Madagascar’s most unique and elusive creatures, the Aye Aye lemur. This nocturnal primate, with its distinctive appearance, adds an element of mystery to your expedition.
You will reach the serene Sainte Marie Island. Here, time slows down amidst the lush greenery and idyllic beaches. From July to October, the island transforms into a haven for whale watchers, offering a chance to witness these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.
Hike at Mantadia Reserve – a primary rainforest.
From July to October – period for whale-watching safari.
Day at leisure – or sightseeing around the Island.
Possibility of snorkeling and diving.
Day at leisure by the beach.
Whole year round
- Humpback whales arrive in Madagascar around June and leave around September.
- The cyclonic season in Madagascar starts from January to March.
4WD - Motorboat -Pirogue - Domestic flights
Antananarivo, the Capital city.