This unique safari allows you to follow in the footsteps of Amanda Canning, Deputy Editor at Lonely Planet Traveller magazine, to discover both the remarkable landscapes of Madagascar’s far west and the stunning eastern rainforests. Encounter an array of lemurs; photograph the spectacular Avenue of Baobabs; enjoy a boat trip through the Pangalanes Canal; and even spot the peculiar aye-aye near Palmarium Reserve.
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Exploring Kirindy forest, home to seven species of lemur, fossa and the giant jumping rat.
- Exploring the spectacular mineral forest of Tsingy de Bemaraha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Seeking out chameleons and nocturnal lemurs by torchlight in Andasibe.
- Getting to see the weird and wonderful aye-aye near Palmarium Reserve
JOURNEY FROM WEST TO EAST AS YOU DISOVER THE SPECTACULAR WILDLIFE, LANDSCAPES AND CULTURE OF MADAGASCAR.