Explore Madagascar's national parks, mountains, villages and incredible wildlife
This is an exciting itinerary that allows us to experience the incredible diversity of Madagascar, predominantly on foot.
The Zafimaniry people are renowned for their wood carvings - we begin our trip by visiting their villages, where even the houses are works of art. We continue south, visiting Ranomafana National Park, where we will walk through spectacular scenery in the hopes of spotting lemurs and sifakas.
We then spend three days trekking in Andringitra National Park, one of the most beautiful and biodiverse parks on the island. While there, we climb Peak Boby, which at 2658m is the second highest and the most accessible peak in Madagascar.
We will again go in search of lemurs in Anja Reserve before continuing to Isalo National Park. We spend two days trekking in the park, with its unique landscape of rock formations, visiting deep canyons, waterfalls and natural swimming pools.
Our adventure finishes with some time on the coast, where we can snorkel, swim or just enjoy some well-earned rest. Throughout the trip, the unique wildlife of this island will enchant and amaze.
What makes this trip responsible?
This trip employs local leaders and staff through all aspects of the trip whenever possible. We use predominantly locally owned and run accommodation on this trip and many local restaurants and shops are also used to purchase items throughout this trip which benefits the local community.
We pay the mandatory park fees which contribute to conservation of the parks and surrounding areas.
A portion of this tour is spent camping which reduces our energy consumption for the whole trip. Furthermore, whilst camping, the leaders ensure that we minimise impact as much as possible by such things as clearing up camping areas after use.
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Trekking in Parc National d'Andringitra