Why go Safari To Madagascar?
Top Madagascar Tourist Attractions Safaris
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
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We had a great adventure! Everyone was very friendly and promptly on time for our transfers. Our tour guide Franck was awesome!! He was so knowledgeable and had quite an eye for spotting animals. Our highlights were getting to see a lot of lemur species, exploring the bat caves, and relaxing on the beach. We aren’t city folk so we didn’t care too much for the capital, especially being followed around by beggars and vendors. The tipping situation got a little confusing but we were glad the American dollar was so strong over there. Everything was very affordable. Overall, it was a nice mix of culture and comfort. Thank you again, job well done!
I was fortunate enough to be able to visit Madagascar and after doing some research, decided to try Moonlight Tours Expedition as they had been recomended. The trip and service were excellent, itinerary included everything that I had hoped to see and experience. I think their consultants are really knowledgable and went the extra mile to ensure the trip was exactly what I had had in mind.now that I have explored the North. Can’t wait to see more of this wonderful country.
I have always wanted to visit Madagascar. I think the natural beauty of the island in unique in the world. My driver/guide led me throughout the southern part of the country and provided insight as we traveled. The geology was fascinating. The wildlife was outstanding - better than I had hoped. Even though I am senior in age, my driver/guided ensured I was treated carefully by local guides. I also appreciated the insights into the history of the nation. I am very impressed with Moonlight Tours Expedition and highly recommend them.
Exclusive experience . exclusive coutry . thank you Fredrick . thank you Moonlight Tours Expedition