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Why Madagascar

Explore “the eighth continent” of the world for its epic biodiversity, untouched beaches and rich wildlife you will only see on this exotic island.

Madagascar holds 5% of the world’s wildlife and vegetation. Its landscapes are incredibly diverse, from deserts to rainforests to dazzling beaches. The country’s coastlines hold some of the world’s best snorkeling and diving sites. Venture to central Madagascar’s lively cities filled with historical monuments. The mysterious Island of Eden is a best-kept secret for unexplored coral reefs.


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Where to Stay: Accommodations range from luxury properties to family run guesthouses and boutique hotels in restored historic buildings.

Game Viewing: Day and night forest walks to view more than a dozen lemur species; Spot unique species of mammals, reptiles and birds in Mantadia National Park and the Mandrare River.

Getting Around: Internal flights are available to transfer between destinations. Private road transfers and tours are conducted in 4x4 vehicles with a local guide.

Highlights: Visit the marketplace at Mandrare River, mingle with villagers, kayak at Manafiafy Beach, seasonal whale watching, secluded island picnics, snorkel at sheltered bays, marvel at orchids, delight in sundowners among baobabs.


HI/LoF Rainfall
JAN 75/61 10.3"
FEB 75/61 10.3"
MAR 75/61 7.6"
APR 75/61 2.3"
JUN 67/51 0.3"
JUL 67/51 0.3"
AUG 67/51 0.3"
SEP 73/54 0.3"
OCT 77/58 2.3"
NOV 77/58 0.6"
DEC 75/61 10.3"

Madagascar Tours

Add-on $

Magical Madagascar

9 days





Step into the magical world of Madagascar.  This active adventure takes you in search of camouflaged chameleons, multiple species of the island’s signature lemurs, prized orchids and brilliantly-plumed birds.



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Sainte Luce Madagascar

5 days





This add on is the perfect complement to our Magical Madagascar safari. The beautiful white sandy bay, fringed with forest covered mountains and wildlife rich mangroves, is the ideal retreat. Relax into the ebb and flow of the tide and the slow unchanging life of the village.

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CST #2071444-20