15-Days Madagascar Baobabs, Lemurs and Rainforest Safari


We hope you enjoy your stay in Madagascar! While on this trip, you can relax in the shade of the baobab trees and take in the stunning scenery of western Madagascar. The largest carnivorous mammal in Madagascar, the Fossa, will also make an appearance. Visit Andasibe National Park in the south to see the renowned katta (Maki) lemur, as well as the largest lemur in Madagascar, the Indri-Indri.


  • Airport transfers
  • Park fees/charges
  • Pick and drop services
  • Drinking water during the safari/tour
  • Outdoor activities (as per the itenerary)
  • Accommodation (as per the itenerary)
  • A professional driver/guide
  • Transportation; 4*4 Jeep, Van, or by air (as per the itenerary)
  • All Taxes/VAT
  • Meals; full board or half-board (as per the itenerary)
  • ** Any other inclusion as indicated in the itenerary
  • Insurance (where applicable)
  • International flights charges and fares
  • Tips and gifts to service providers
  • Any personal item that you may need during the tour
  • Additional government imposed taxes and/or park fees
  • Drinks and meals outside the tour package
  • Visa charges
  • Additional accommodation (as you may choose)
  • Any other charges that may arise in due time

Tour Amenities

Accepts Credit Cards
Car Parking
Laundry service
Outdoor Seating
Smoking Allowed
Wireless Internet

Tour Plan

We are pleased to have you visit Madagascar. You will be arriving at the Tana International Airport today. After the necessary paperwork and currency exchange, your tour leader will warmly welcome you in English. Your hotel is in the heart of the city, and we will transport you there. The remaining time today is entirely at your discretion.

An enormous breakfast awaits you as you start your day's activities. After being picked up from your hotel, you'll head south in your arranged vehicle. Traveling to Antsirabe, you'll see the iconic red mud homes that are a symbol of Malagasy culture and history. An aluminum Malagasy pot making demonstration awaits you before you check into your accommodation. Your evening will begin with a restful pause at the hotel before a delicious meal.

A city tour by Rickshaw awaits you after a hearty breakfast. Take national highway 34 to get to Miandrivazo after your visit. A stop at Betafo awaits after a short drive, where you'll go on a trek and check out a local school. Once you reach Miandrivazo, you'll head back out on the road. The anticipated time of your arrival is late afternoon.

Travel to Kirindy is today's agenda. It is intended that you will have several opportunities to get out of the automobile and take in the stunning scenery of western Madagascar. To get your evening started off right, why not go on a nighttime safari around the Kirindy reserve? The famous Hypogeomys antimena, popularly known as the Vositse (giant rat), is unique to the western section of Madagascar and can be found among numerous other microbial species (berthae and murinus) as well as snakes.

You'll be up and out of the house early to check out Kirindy Reserve. The Paradyse flycatcher, the narrow-striped mongoose (Mungotictis decemlineata), the sifaka (Propithecus vereauxii), the red-fronted brown lemur (Eulemur fulvus rufus), the coua (Coua cristata and couas gigas), and many more species of lemurs await you in Madagascar. Young palissandres and baobabs are some of the local plants. After your trip, you will return to Morondava. The famed avenue of baobabs, where a mystic air pervades beneath the Malagasy sky, will be on your itinerary for the late afternoon. The "Grandidieri adansonia" is a sight worthy of being captured on film. There are seven different kinds of baobab trees in Madagascar, and this one is one of them. Not only is there a spectacular display of color during sunset, but there are also plenty of picturesque photo opportunities.

Getting back to the colonial city of Antsirabe is the focus of today's activities. You'll get out and about to take pictures and take in the sights at a few different spots. In the late afternoon, you'll have arrived to the colonial city.

You will be departing for Ambalavao today after a hearty breakfast. There is a culturally enriching and fascinating city tour waiting for you after you arrive. Paper from the Havoha tree is what you'll see being made during your tour of the paper factory. The first producers of such goods were Arab merchants. You will be delivered to your hotel at long last. The remaining hours of the day are completely open to you.

The journey to Ranohira begins today. The kattas are located in Anja Park, which you'll visit along the trip. And then you'll keep on to Ranohira. The dramatic transition from the verdant highlands to the arid south at the massive granite formation known as the "Gateway of the South" is an unforgettable part of the journey to Ihosy. Through the treeless plateau of Ihorombe, via the Bishop's Hat, a hallowed location of the locals, you will arrive at Ranohira, a little settlement in the Isalo Mountains. In the late afternoon, the sunset outside Isalo's window is spectacular. A view of Isalo and its surroundings in the evening is unlike any other.

Isalo National Park is what makes Ranohira so well-known. Today is a good day to take a day excursion to the sandstone formations. The strange rock formations and underground caverns in the high mountains are a major draw. In spite of the arid conditions, there are pockets of verdant vegetation thanks to the streams of clear water that wind their way through the canyons. Allow yourself to be awed by the breathtaking mountain scenery, complete with rocks that glitter with a rainbow of colors, and appreciate this one-of-a-kind view. Water is transported through the gorges and deep canyons and is used for irrigation of the Park during the dry season. Your reward for completing such an arduous journey is a stunningly designed, all-natural pool.

To go to the world-famous national park today, we have to travel to the town of Ranomafana. Ranomafana is one of the last remaining mountain forests in the world, and it provides visitors a wide variety of breathtaking sights. Ranomafana National Park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, many of which are in danger of going extinct. The evening will culminate with a forest stroll in the dark.

You have one day left before your departure, and we recommend filling it with an unforgettable trip to Ranomafana National Park. You may learn all about the park's hidden gems by taking a long looping path around it. Some of the lemur species found here include the renowned Varecia variegata, often known as the varika, and the endangered golden bamboo lemur, Hapalemur aureus. Many other animal species, such as the mantella and Trachelophorus giraffe, are also found there. Then you'll get going on your way to Antsirabe. Many breaks are scheduled so that passengers can get some fresh air and take in the sights. Your expected time of arrival is this afternoon.

Your journey to the Perinet Reserve in the east, Andasibe, begins today. Many species of lemurs are nocturnal as well as diurnal. Expect to arrive sometime in the afternoon. The night can end with a walk into the woods in search of nocturnal creatures. You'll go about your nighttime business with frogs, chameleons, and other nocturnal creatures.

As soon as you've finished your breakfast, you'll be on your way to explore the breathtaking Andasibe National Park. The largest extant lemur, the indris, can be found in this region. The finest place to experience the enchantment and one-of-a-kindness that is an indri concert is in this national park, which is also one of the trip's highlights. You won't just be impressed by the indris; the park is home to a wide variety of exotic plants and animals. Not only are the endemic vegetation and animals of the park fascinating, but so are the geckos and other lemurs. The famed Vakona Reserve is your destination after lunch. There are crocodiles in a park and lemurs on an island you'll visit. It's calming to stroll across this little reserve. Since they are acclimated to humans, the lemurs are approachable. While some, like the Varecia variegata, enjoy showing off their dexterity for an audience, others, like the brown lemur, are more reticent.

After finishing breakfast, you'll head back to the nation's capital. A stop at the private farm Peyrieras "Madagascar Exotic" will be made along the way for an hour-long tour. Around 3, 000 butterfly species can be found on the island of Madagascar. The comet butterfly, the largest on Earth with a wing span of 30 cm, may be observed up close today. As well as lizards, snakes, bats, and plenty more, you may witness nearly every chameleon species on Madagascar. It is anticipated that you will arrive in the afternoon.

As of today, your trip is over. The Andohalo Photography Museum is eager to show you around before your departure. Explore the highlands' royal past and everything it has to offer right here. After the trip, you'll have time to shop for trinkets at one of the area's many vibrant markets. At last, you'll be whisked away in a taxi to the terminal.

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