Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island, is a strange and exotic land ringed by golden beaches and palm trees.
Why go Safari To Madagascar?
Madagascar Safari Destinations
Having separated from Africa almost 160 million years ago, this sparsely-populated island is a nature lover’s paradise – home to an immense diversity of unique flora and fauna, including endemic plant species, chameleons, reptiles, and over 50 different kinds of lemur. Its spectacular landscapes are resplendent in their variety, from grassy plateaus to volcanoes, limestone karsts, dense rainforests, spiny forests, tropical islands and coral reefs. The country is a treasure trove of natural wonders and this is what travellers come to see.
The best time to visit Madagascar is June to August—you’ll discover remote paths of Stone Forest Tsingy de Bemaraha, walk its suspension bridges, explore the blooming Avenue of Baobabs, dance with the dead atRead More
Weather conditions in Madagascar are related to tropical monsoon type of climate. Thus change of seasons here is expressed in changing of directions of winds and amount of precipitation rather than in temperatureRead More
International flights come into Ivato airport, 20km north of Antananarivo (Tana). The airports in Majunga (Mahajanga), Diego Suarez (Antsiranana) and Tamatave (Toamasina) also handle flights fromRead More
The risk of Malaria is very high throughout the whole of Madagascar.Because of the very high risk of malaria in Madagascar, antimalarials are advised. PleaseRead More
Madagascar has some of the highest biodiversity on the planet. Of roughly 200,000 known species found on Madagascar, about 150,000 are endemic -- meaning they exist nowhereRead More
Insecurity has increased in Antananarivo since the 2009 coup, so always travel by taxi at night and watch out for pickpockets, especially around Ave de l’Indépendance.BatterieRead More
Located in the southeastern part of Madagascar, Ranomafana National Park is known for its lush tropical rainforests. It is part of the UNESCO World HeritageRead More
Nosy Be Island is located on Mozambique Channel, off the coast of northern Madagascar. It is the most popular island resort in Madagascar andRead More
Arguably the most popular national park in Madagascar, Isalo National Park is located in the southwest part of the country. The park covers multiple terrainsRead More
Although Madagascar is most known for its natural scenery, the Royal Hill of Ambohimanga shows the Malagasy people’s deep-rooted culture and history. This fortified royal structure is located on
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is located in the western region of Madagascar. The park’s prehistoric limestone forests look otherworldly with its rigid edges. Due to heavy rains causing unsafe conditions for travelers, the
Amber Mountain National Park is known for its profound diversity of animal and plant species. It is located in the northern part of Madagascar and is mostly encompassed by montane rainforests. Hikes through this park exhibit the site’sRead More
Located in western part of Madagascar, the Avenue of the Baobabs is a display of Baobabs that surround a dirt road. These trees are nearly 800 years old and are an indigenous species to MadagascarRead More
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is located on the eastern side of Madagascar and is easily assessable. This primary forest is known for its biodiversity and heavy rainfall. It rains over 200 days a yearRead More
We offers Diversity of Vehicles & Safari Equipments hiring services in Madagascan's major towns & cities,Both vehicles and Safari Equipments may be provided with full experienced English,French,German,Italian/Spanish or Chinese speaking Driver/Guides,The fleet of Road-trip Madagascar consist of new 4x4 rental cars for the best price ... of a mattress, sleeping bag, headlights, cooking equipment, chairs and table. ... We do organize bush camping safaris ( with rooftop tents) into the remoteLearn More
Mashatu is part of the Northern Tuli Game Reserve and is a very underrated destination for watching wildlife. This area is one of the largest private reserves in southern Africa. Mashatu only has three of the Big Five, with rhino and buffalo absent, but elephant and leopardLearn More
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Superior guide Your guide will be pleasant and personable; they're an established safari guide with at least 3 years of bush experience. They will have conversational English, and will be able to correctly identify virtually all species of animals and most birds – and also have some knowledge of their behaviour. They'll have a good understanding of the local cultures, and often speak some of the local languages. They will generally admit what he doesn't know, and use references to try and find out the answers. Superior guides are used in all of the trip ideas mentioned here.