* All meals as indicated
* Top notch, eco-friendly lodging
* Exploration of Malagasy culture
* All park fees and permits as indicated
* Expert driver-guides
* Inter-Madagascar flights
* Pre-departure kit and materials
* Private pre-trip consultation
The Indri Indri lemur, pictured above, has an eerie call that sounds like singing.
Besides being home to nine-tenths of the world’s lemurs, Madagascar has an amazing array of terrains and climates, from rainforests to deserts and deep canyons. It is home to countless endemic species, both fauna and flora, found no where else on the planet.
A cross between Asian and African heritages, the Malagasy also have a fascinating history and culture. Madagascar presents a wonderful blend of traditionalism and modernism. Explore the ancient ruins of kings’ palaces, marvel at the technique of stone cutters, dance to the beat of modern Malagasy music at Antshow and learn how nature plays a vital role in the vibrant cultures of the island.
Day 1 - Arrival in Tana
Day 2 – Visit the “Diviners” of Antongona
These see-ers are connected to the spirits and can see your future
Day 3 - Music at Antshow
Visit Madagascars musical oasis
Day 4 - Night Walks in Perinet
Seek out the smallest lemur species, the nocturnal mouse lemur.
Day 5 - Mantadia
Home of the beautiful and shy diademed sifakas
Day 6 - Journey on to Isalo
Day 7 – Isalo National Park
Famous for its rugged sandstone landscape
Day 8 - Isalo to Fort Dauphin to Berenty and the Spiny Forest
Day 9 & 10 - Berenty’s Spiny Forest
The best place to see the Catta lemur. Don’t miss the bizarre cactus like trees in the spiny forest.
Day 11 - Return to Tana
A special musical evening at Antshow
Day 12 - Farewell to Madagascar
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