Heading out into the rainforest early, you can witness them making their communication calls across the canopy. The indri are the largest of the lemurs, black and white in colour with a teddy bear like appearance. Other lemurs found here include the red-bellied lemur and lesser bamboo lemur, as well as nocturnal museums, such as the brown mouse lemur, greater dwarf lemur, sportive lemur, aye aye and Eastern woolly lemur. Other activities available during your time at Andasibe include trekking, canoeing and horse-back riding.
The last 4 days of your time in Madagascar are spent in the luxurious Relais and Chateau property of Anjajavy Lodge. Set within a private nature reserve, you are free to explore forested trails in search of the rich wildlife, including sifaka lemurs, chameleons and Cuvier’s oplure. When you’re not out tracking wildlife, you can enjoy the lodge’s pool, go water-skiing, try wind surfing, head out snorkelling, enjoy boat excursions, have a go at fishing, or visit one of the local communities.