• Best Madagascar Tour Safari
  • Best Madagascar Tour Safari
  • Best Madagascar Tour Safari
  • Best Madagascar Tour Safari
  • Best Madagascar Tour Safari
  • Best Madagascar Tour Safari
  • Best Madagascar Tour Safari

The 14 days Best Madagascar Tour is the ultimate African safari tour in Madagascar. This is a mix of African wildlife safari and beach holiday. The best Madagascar tour lets you explore this 4th largest island in the world like never before.

Your 14 days Madagascar safari starts and ends in Antananarivo. It ia also known as Tana, the capital city of Madagascar. You should come for this 14 days Best Madagascar tour expecting to have the best that Madagascar has to offer.

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The Best Madagascar tour vacation offers you a fantastic nature-filled Madagascar tour vacation option. Explore Madagascar like never before visiting great national parks with lemurs on this Madagascar safari. You get to tour reserves with endemic animals and beaches with perfect sand.

Places of Interest on the Best Madagascar Tour

Andasibe National Park

Best Madagascar tour to Andasibe-Mantadia National Park takesonly three hours away from Antananarivo, will delight the young and old alike. Get into the forest and discover the exceptional wild.

There is a good chance that you will catch sight of some lemurs perched on the top of a tree, coming to greet you, both day and night.

The primary forest is formed by two distinct protected ares – the Analamazoatra special reserve and the Mantadia national park.

Almost the whole park is formed by primary forest which has never been modified by human beings. It is also a refuge for many animals and plants. Thus, it is not uncommon to come across a multitude of species: lemurs, birds, chameleons, and insects of all kinds.

The climate of the park is quite cool, the average temperature is around 20°C and it rains almost all year. Plan to cover yourself if the weather is bad. You will find all types of accommodations (in the town of Andasibe) and in the vicinity of the park on your Best Madagascar tour. It is also possible to camp in the reserve of Analamazoatra.

What to See in Andasibe National Park

There are 14 different types of lemurs of which (by far) the best known on is. On this Best Madagascar tour you will be looking for the rare Indri Indri. This is the largest half ape in the world and only exists in the east of Madagascar.

You would think they are very difficult to find but the Indri Indri can be heard from afar by the hard and distinctive call they produce.

In addition to the lemurs, there are many other endemic animals to be found such as species of chameleons, frogs, leaf tail geckos and special birds such as the nightjar.

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Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park

A Best Madagascar tour to Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park goes northwest of the island in the remote Melaky region. Covering some 579 square miles (1,500 square kilometers), the park is dominated by two incredible karstic plateaus known as Great Tsingy and Little Tsingy.

These are interspersed with areas of dry deciduous forest, savannah, lakes and mangroves. This createsan astounding variety of different habitats for the park’s flora and fauna to thrive in.

Because of its uniqueness, Tsingy de Bemaraha was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990.

Your Best Madagascar tour will enjoy a boat ride on Tsiribihina River. Bemaraha National Park is located in the Melaky region in central west Madagascar.

The park stretches over an area of 157,710ha, with a length of 100km from north to south and a width of 10 to 40km from east to west.

The southern part with an area of 72,340ha enjoys the status of being a national park. The northern part, which is managed as an strict nature reserve, covers 85,370ha of land.

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The protected area is located on the Bemaraha plateau at an altitude of 150 to 170m, a karst formation bounded to the east by steep cliffs and to the west by gentle slopes.

South of the park, there is a formation of pinnacles where access is extremely difficult. In the north rolling hills alternate with limestone formations.

What to See in Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park

One of the park’s greatest attractions on Best Madagascar tour is the chance to see unique animals. These are wildlife that you cannot see anywhere else on Earth. 85 percent of the flora and fauna found within Tsingy de Bemaraha is endemic to Madagascar.

There are 47 percent is locally endemic. The park is a great place to spot lemurs, with 11 different kinds living within the park’s boundaries.

Of these, five are found exclusively in western Madagascar. They include the endangered Von der Decken’s sifaka and the vulnerable western lesser bamboo lemur.

Whats on the Bucket List Here

Other bucket list mammals on your Best Madagascar tour should include endemic carnivores like the western falanouc, the cat-like fossa and the ring-tailed mongoose.

All 45 reptile and amphibian species found within the park are endemic. A particular highlight on your Best Madagascar tour is the endangered Antsingy leaf chameleon, which only exists in Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park.

Baobab Avenue

Best Madagascar tour to Avenue des Baobabs travels west of Madagascar, around 40 minutes from the city of Morondava. The famous street with baobabs (Adansonia Grandidieri) is just above Morondava.

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The avenue is also the most accessible place to see the Baobab trees in Africa. The bumpy and curvy road demands an experienced driver though and on your Best Madagascar tour, you got one.

In the future it is planned to develop ecotourism to preserve the area and these gorgeous Baobab trees.

‘Baobab Avenue’ is an amazing natural avenue lined by Grandidier’s baobab, about 45 minutes from Morondava, west coast of Madagascar. One of the most visited in the region, the site has been speculated as potentially one of the 7 Wonders of Africa.

Some of the trees to be seen on the Best Madagascar tour are over 800 years old, and they grow to a height of over 30 meters.

Nosy Be

Nosy Be, also called Nossi-Bé, island lying about 5 miles (8 km) off the northwestern shore of Madagascar. The name means “Big Island.” It is 19 miles (30 km) long, 12 miles (19 km) wide, and has an area of about 120 square miles (310 square km).

Formed by volcanoes, the island is forested and has numerous craters and crater lakes. Its highest point is Mount Passot (1,079 feet [329 metres]). It has an annual rainfall of 78–118 inches (1,975–3,000 mm).

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The island’s products, chiefly sugar and oils for perfumery, also include rum, vanilla, black pepper, and bitter oranges.

The main town, in the south, is Hell-Ville, a resort and port for foreign shipping and trade along the west coast of Madagascar. There is an airfield at Fascène, 7 miles (12 km) away.

Known for its vanilla, pepper and ylang-ylang infused air, brilliantly colourful sunsets and peaceful island life, Nosy Be, meaning ‘Big Island’, has firmly set itself on the tourism map.

This large, volcanic island is easily accessible and acts as the main gateway to a stunning archipelago.

Here your Best Madagascar tour will find some of the best beaches in Madagasca. They are, perfect for some relaxation after exploring the mainland’s countless natural attractions on your Best Madagascar tour.

Best Madagascar tour takes you northwest coast, just 8 kilometres off the mainland. The history of the ‘Perfumed Island’ of Nosy Be dates back to the 15th Century when the first Indian and Swahili settlers were thought to have arrived.

Today, the island is a popular spot for tourism with its main draw being its string of beaches, some of which are nearly deserted.

 Antananarivo

Antananarivo, Madagascar’s vibrant capital city, is often passed over in favor of the island’s unique countryside and beaches. On the Best Madagascar tour, you’re within reach of all of these in Tana, as the city is more commonly known.

There are added attraction of great historical sites and excellent shopping and dining on your doorstep.

There are palaces, museums and streets lined with faded colonial architecture to explore. Your Best Madagascar tour will visit bustling markets and boutiques to peruse, and a contemporary dining scene to enjoy.