Isalo National Park
Trek and swim in one of the natural pools of Isalo National Park, a reserve known for its diverse terrain and wildlife. Our guide will lead you through sandstone columns, deep ravines, scenic waterfalls, Bismarckia-lined oases, and grasslands.
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park
Lounge with the lemurs at Andasibe-Mantadia National Park (Reserve of Perinet). The dense, humid forest covered by moss and draped with lianas provides a perfect habitat for these friendly primates, who allow you to get up close.
Ranomafana National Park
Tour a natural wonder and see abundant wildlife at Ranomafana National Park, a tropical rainforest reserve home to some rare endemic species, including eastern woolly lemur, greater dwarf lemur, and the rare aye-aye.
Located in the Menabe region of western Madagascar, take a walking tour around sunrise or sunset to fully appreciate the red tones of the tree trunks – they are sure to have your camera snapping.
Tsiribihina River Mangroves
River tours have been taking place since colonial times. You can spend days floating down the tranquil, impossibly beautiful Tsiribihina River towards the east coast, ending up near the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park.
More other-worldly scenery awaits you on a hiking tour in the lush, volcanic region of Ampefy. Don’t miss the thunderous torrents of Chute de la Lily’s waterfalls cutting into the rolling hills.
Perfect for beginners of open water diving these two large rocks mark the location of a stunning reef. Comprised of beautiful soft and hard corals, the reef features a variety of caves and swim-through tunnels to explore.
This 2km stretch of magnificent coral reef is a breath-taking treat for the beginner diver. See the vibrantly coloured corals and sea life. Highlights include sweet-lips, red and yellow snapper and fusiliers among many others.
This is a fantastic wall-dive for beginners because at 12 meters it is not very deep. The wall provides the perfect environment to see a wide variety of big pelagic fish such as king fish, king mackerel, large groupers and even white tip reef sharks.
Madagascar attracts thousands of adventurous tourists from every corner of the world thanks largely to tourist-friendly resorts areas, wildlife preserves and myriad natural and historic attractions.
Be the one to see 'the eights continent' from the side of a local, as our professional guides will lead you through the most wonderful and unique jewels on the planet. Spot animals in their untouched natural habitat, take a walk to pristine forests and dive with colorful fishes and friendly turtles. Accommodation and transfer are included in each tour offer, so take your backpack and care about nothing but the wonders surrounding you.