Travel With a Purpose

Travelling in Madagascar is characterized by friendly locals, always eager to showcase their hospitality when meeting tourists. It is these warm and sincere exchanges that will undoubtedly be among your most cherished memories on the island. Traveling in Madagascar introduces you to luscious green lands filled with unique fauna, lemurs, chameleons, and butterflies.


  • Ring-tailed lemurs at Berenty Reserve
  • Craft markets
  • Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park
  • Impressive splendor of the Avenue of Baobabs
  • Remarkable wildlife in Perinet National Park
  • Nocturnal visit at Mitsinjo Reserve
  • Beaches and atmosphere of Sainte Marie

Tour Information

Language: English / French
Transport: 4WD / Minibus / Bus
Pax: 2-12 guests

Guests are welcomed on arrival by their guide and transferred to Palissandre Hotel, which is located on a hillside in the heart of the city. Guests can enjoy dinner at La Table des Hautes Terres Restaurant which serves both European and local cuisine.
Overnight at Palissandre Hotel – Dinner.

After breakfast, guests are transferred to the airport for a scheduled flight to Fort Dauphin, in the extreme south of Madagascar. Here, a hotel representative will meet and transfer them by road to the Berenty Reserve, stopping along the way to discover the endemic plants in the area. Berenty Lodge is located at the entrance of Berenty Reserve, in the heart of the dry and spiny forest. Guests can enjoy dinner at the lodge.
Overnight at Berenty Lodge – Breakfast and dinner.

After breakfast guests can join their guide and begin to exploring the Berenty Reserve, a true sanctuary with incomparable endemic wealth. In the afternoon guests will be transferred by road to Fort Dauphin, passing through the sisal plantations and through the villages of Anosy. Guests will arrive at Talinjoo Hotel, which is located in front of Libanona Bay, on the hillside as it drops in the Indian Ocean. Each room has a private wooden terrace where guests can watch the sun set on Libanona beach. Guests can enjoy dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Overnight at Talinjoo Hotel – Breakfast and dinner.

Guests can spend their morning at leisure. They can choose between a variety of activities provided by the hotel or they can explore Fort Dauphin before being transferred to the airport for a scheduled flight to Antananarivo. If time permits, guests can stop at the craft market in Antananarivo, before driving on to the hotel. Dinner will be served at the restaurant.
Overnight at Palissandre Hotel – Breakfast and dinner.

After breakfast guests are transferred to the airport, where they board their flight to Morondava. Guests will be met by their guide with the 4×4, and travel through the famous Allée des Baobabs (Avenue of Baobabs) to reach the Kirindy Reserve. A private reserve boasting one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world. The reserve is renowned for its giant jumper rat and fossa populations. Guests are encouraged to go for an evening walk in search of the active night wildlife, before returning to the hotel for dinner.
Overnight at Relais Du Kirindy – Breakfast and dinner.

After breakfast, guests can go for a 2 hour walk in the reserve where they can expect to spot various different species of lemurs and endemic reptiles, before starting their journey to Bekopaka. After crossing the Tsiribihina River, guests can enjoy lunch in Belo (for own account), before continuing the long drive to the ferry, which crosses the Manambolo River. Guests will arrive in Bekopaka in late the afternoon. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
Overnight at Soleil des Tsingy – Breakfast and dinner.

After an early breakfast, guests are taken by their guide and porter into the Tsingy De Bemaraha National Park to explore for the day. Tsingy is a cathedral of limestone, with a dense network of faults, cracks and craters carved in blades. The formation of this massif began in the middle of the Jurassic period about 200 million years ago, and is one of the most spectacular landscapes in Madagascar. The reserve is home to 6 species of lemurs, 53 species of birds, and many species of reptiles. It is also home to one of the smallest chameleons, the Antsingy leaf chameleon.

Guests enjoy a picnic lunch while at the reserve. In the afternoon, they can return to the hotel to enjoy the hotel and a well-deserved dinner.
Overnight at Soleil des Tsingy – Breakfast, picnic lunch, and dinner.

Following breakfast, guests head back to Morondava, crossing back over the Manambolo and Tsiribihina Rivers. Before arriving in Morondava, guests can soak up the afternoon sun with some great photo opportunities along the Avenue of Baobabs and enjoy a sunset cocktails before going back to the hotel. Once at the hotel, guests can settle in with a breath taking view overlooking the ocean, after which dinner will be served at the restaurant.
Overnight at Palissandre Côte Ouest– Breakfast and dinner.

After breakfast, guests are transferred to Morondava Airport for a scheduled flight to Antananarivo, where they will be met a guide and depart for Andasibe. They will leave the Highlands, passing through the escarpment of the Mandraka, enjoying the lush tropical vegetation as they continue east. Guests should arrive in Andasibe in the late afternoon, and are encouraged to enjoy a night walk in the Mitsinjo Communitary Reserve (if time allows) before returning to the lodge for dinner.
Overnight at Vakona Forest Lodge – Breakfast and dinner.

DAY 10
After breakfast guests can go hiking in the Analamazaotra National Park, only 5km away, to discover rare and endemic species of fauna and flora that call this dense rainforest home. The tour then continues eastward to Tamatave (Toamasina), a port city situated on the east coast of Madagascar, the economic capital of Madagascar. Guests can enjoy lunch which will be served along the route. Thereafter, they can take a walk along palm-lined streets in town before reaching the hotel and getting ready for dinner.
Overnight at Calypso Hotel – Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

DAY 11
After breakfast at the hotel, guests will be transferred to the airport of Toamasina. If time allows, they can visit the market and seafront before boarding the flight. Guests will be met by a hotel representative upon arrival at Sainte Marie, which is described as a quiet and peaceful island with natural white sand beaches and coconut studded palm trees. Sainte Marie can be described as nothing less than little piece of paradise in the Indian Ocean.
Overnight at Princesse Bora Lodge – Breakfast and dinner.

DAY 12-13
Guests can spend the next 2 days at leisure, choosing from a variety of activities provided by the resort (for own account). Guests can opt to rent a mountain bike and go exploring, or take a canoe across the lagoon, or go diving or snorkelling near the coral reefs. Guests are encouraged to ravel in the scenes and sights by taking an on-foot tour of the island. Guests can stop to enjoy lunch or a refreshment at any one of the small restaurants or hotels located along the way (for own account).
Overnight at Princesse Bora Lodge – Breakfast and dinner.

DAY 14
After breakfast, guests are transferred to the airport by the hotel for a scheduled flight to Antananarivo and then flight return to home.


Accommodation: As specified
Meals: 13 breakfasts, 2 picnic lunches, 13 dinners
Activities: National park entrance fees
Guide: An English or French speaking driver-guide
All transfers; Car ferry
General: The local and expanding guides in parks


All international/domestic flights and taxes • Visas • Personal insurance • Personal expenses • Excursions / activities not specified • Gratuities • Meals not specified • Mineral water and drinks

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