Endless deserts and tight jungle avoided humans to get into the last natural paradises on Earth for decades. Unfortunately, this time is over now, and those paradises are critically endangered. Our travels to Madagascar shouldn’t only show interested globetrotters a beautful country, but also show Malagasy people it is worth saving their forests and animals. Come with us on this trip to the last paradises on Earth and the rarest animals of the planet!
During this tour, we can give an almost 100% guarantee to our guests that they can experience the rare Aye-Ayes in the wild at first hand.
From the capital, Antananarivo, our travel leads us through the southern highlands to the city Ambositra. After one night, we continue to drive to the marvelous rainforests of Ranomafana. We will spend the next days to get on the tracks of this mysterious forest’s secrets. Many endemic lemurs, among them the golden and the greater bamboo lemur, can be found here.
Antananarivo – Andasibe
We drive back to the capital, and from there about 140 km to the east. Our destination is the rainforest of Andasibe. It is home to the largest of all lemurs, the indri. In the evening, we do a nocturnal walk along the national park, and can see mouse lemurs – and hopefully also take great pictures. The next day, we search the rainforest for the rare diademed sifaka.
After so many adventures in the rainforest, we drive to the lake of kings. Here we enter our boat, which brings us via Canal des Pangalanes to a private nature reserve. In this amazing, idyllic destination you will meet numerous lemurs, among them black-and-white ruffed lemurs and crowned lemurs. One evening, we visit a neighboured island, where the bizarre Aye-Aye lives …and waits for our visit. After some days we drive back to Tana, and finally fly back home.
Basic price per person in double rooms 2400,- €
Single-room supplement 350,- €
International and domestic flights are not included in travel price. For this travel, you do not need a domestic flight.