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If ornithology is your hobby, then this tour is for you.


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Kirindy is a privately managed forest in one of Madagascar's most threatened ecosystems: its dry deciduous forests. It it famous for the giant jumping rat, but is also home to seven species of lemur and a number of endemic reptiles. The flora is equally unusual - a number of unique species are found at Kirindy.


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Highlights of this tour include:

**Andasibe National Park
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is a 155 square kilometre protected area, located about 150 km east of Antananarivo, consisting principally of primary growth forest in Alaotra-Mangoro Region in eastern Madagascar. The park's elevation ranges from 800–1260 meters, with a humid climate. Average annual precipitation is 1700 mm, with rainfall on 210 days of each year. This rainforest is habitat to a vast species biodiversity, including many endemic rare species and endangered species, including 11 lemur species. The park's two component parts are Mantadia National Park and Analamazoatra Reserve, which is best known for its population of Madagascar's largest lemur, the indri.


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Madagascar is also home to many incredibly coral rich and species diverse marine areas, most notably around the island of Nosy Be, where one can find a variety of hard and soft corals, sponges, invertebrates, large schooling pelagic fish, a vast array of brightly coloured reef fish, including wrasse, parrot fish, trigger fish, damsels, butterfly fish… the list goes on and on. These reef fish in turn attract other rarer and larger creatures to these majestic waters.


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Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is a 155 square kilometre protected area, located about 150 km east of Antananarivo, consisting principally of primary growth forest in Alaotra-Mangoro Region in eastern Madagascar.


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This itinerary is a perfect mix between the beautoful beaches in Nosy Be and the National parks in the central of Madagascar to the Baobabs in Morondava and Tulear. On this trip you will get to see the biggest Lemurs "Ïndri Indri". This is a real mix of fauna and flora that the Island is famous for.


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The green landscapes! Discover The Peyreiras and Vakona reserves and see the chameleons; geckos; frogs; bats; Butterflies and lemurs... Continuation to Andasibe/Mantadia National Parks to see the biggest lemurs alive. Reach Akanin’ny Nofy by speed boat to discover beaches; forests; scattered orchids including the nepenthes. Reach Tamatave by the pangalane channel and then discover the Betsimisaraka town before going to the peninsula and Masoala National Park which is the richest in term of the fauna, the flora and exceptional all over the world. Virgin Earth, primary forest which shelters endemic species, beach gilded unexplored and three Park marines who protect more than 10 000 hectares of coral reefs, plant marine. 


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This is one of our more cost effective tours. It covers the central part of Madagascar from Antananarivo to Mahambo Beach. Visit a reptile farm, Andasibe National Park with guided walks, Indris, Lemurs, local people, nature, relaxation at the end on the beach.


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Mahambo is a coastal village with a safe swimming beach and luxuriant vegetation that comes right down to the shore in some places. It’s much quieter and generally more enticing than Foulpointe, primarily because it’s further from the main road, and while facilities are expanding it should still be some time before resort life starts to take over!


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“National parks, guided walk , Tsingy d’ankarana, Red tsingy , Amber mountain , Antsiranana “.


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“ Precious stones, Wooden craft, Train ride, Canoeing excursion , National Park guided walks, Mountains, Biggest waterfall, Lemurs, Vineyard, Paper factory “


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Yacht Adiva has been designed with features of space, style, safety and superior specifications to ensure the comfort of guests plus the enjoyment of sailing, fishing and other recreational activities, while ensuring that the very spacious and comfortable cockpit, deck area and cabins can be fully utilised for entertaining guests.


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Our guided kayaking safaris are designed to give paddlers an all round island experience for the entire family. We combine paddling across the calm waters around Nosy Komba island and the mainland of Madagascar as well as visits to local villages, cocoa and ylang ylang plantations as well as a marine experience.


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Our guided kayaking safaris are designed to give paddlers an all round island experience for the entire family. We combine paddling across the calm waters around Nosy Komba island and the mainland of Madagascar as well as visits to local villages, cocoa and ylang ylang plantations as well as a marine experience.


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Nosy Lang is a self- catering beach villa situated right on the beach in a quiet and relaxed part of the town of Madirokely and within walking distance along the beach to the many local restaurants. Included is cleaning staff and chef to prepare all your meals, leaving you free to explore this wonderful island and the many attractions.


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Short on time but keen for a mix between beach and bush....this is a great itinerary.


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Nature lovers will be in paradise at Masoala. This densely forested peninsula contains the largest remaining block of protected rainforest and harbours an important part of the fauna and flora of Madagascar, including a wealth of rare and unique species.

The island of Madagascar has been described as a an “alternate world” because of the uniqueness and rarity of many of its plant and animal species. As an island isolated for almost 70 million years – roughly 150000 of the 200,000 known species found here, exist nowhere else. You would expect plethora of dangerous species – but amazingly the island has been spared anything venomous. Instead, the rainforests and tropical waters teem with weird and wonderful yet harmless creatures and plantlife – each unique species waiting to be discovered – like some planetary treasure trove of life.


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