Tsingy and Baobab
This is a wonderful experience where you discover the most rewarding and highlights of the remote west with its dry forests, famous baobabs alley, Kirindy forest and the Tsingy of Bemaraha National Park. easy access national park of Madagascar full of lemurs, Antananarivo (the capital city) with all its culture.
This incredible 7-day tour includes the best views of Madagascar.
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There Is Something Adventurous To Do Every Day
7 Days of Exploration
Day 1: From Antananarivo airport, you will transfer (1-hour flight) to Morondava. Arrive at Morondava and transfer to your hotel. Relax over dinner and enjoy the evening
Day 2: Transfer to Kirindy forest through the Avenue of Baobabs. The Kirindy forest is home to rodents, bats, tenrecs, Lemurs and the largest carnivore of Madagascar – The Fosa. Return to hotel. Dinner and overnight at your hotel
Day 3: Full day drive to Bekopaka (stopping to see sites along the way) with ferry crossing. Arrival in Bekopaka, dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Day 4: Petit Tsingy – Depart by canoe for a trip on the river to see the gorges of Manambolo River. In the afternoon, explore the maze of petit Tsingy, a pinnacle rock formation that stand out against surrounding savannah, home to lemurs and Sifaka fulvus Rufus. Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 5: Bekopaka. Full day at the Grand Tsingy. World Heritage site by Unesco, the Tsingy of Bemaraha are one of the most protected areas of Madagascar. The massive limestone karst is similar to that of Ankarana. Erosion has carved deep vertiginous gorges, creating a series of fantastic labyrinths, gorges and underground caves. This mineral paradise offers a surprising diversity of fauna and flora. More than 85% of plants are endemic to Madagascar. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Day 6: Drive back to Morondava with ferry crossing. Stop at Baobab Alley enjoy a unique sunset. Transfer to hotel, dinner and overnight.
Day 7: Transfer to airport and flight back to the capital – Antananarivo. Transfer to your hotel.
The Small Print
“We choose this destination to be able to snorkel and fish as we are avid water sports people. We weren’t disappointed and the cost of doing this with Marcine’s boat was affordable for the South African Rand.“
Jill Fish – 293 on Komba
“Honore is a fantastic captain (as he was for us in 2008) and knows everything about Madagascar from the culture to the geography to politics and biology. We were so privileged to have him as our guide.”
Monica Murray – Izy Safari – Tented camps