Enjoy a breathtaking journey amongst the wild beauty of one of the world’s most unique locations. Filled with a remarkable collection of flora and fauna, Madagascar is one of the planet’s last great adventures and its “main” highway along National Route 7 takes you from the mountains of its Central Highlands to the deserted beaches around Tulear on its southwestern coast.
Beginning in Antananarivo you will journey south first, towards the majestic Central Highlands around Ambositra and the beautiful setting of the Ranomafana National Park. After enjoying some night and day walks through the park you then moves on to the Andringitra National Park, home to some of the island’s most renowned hiking trails and spectacular backdrops. Here you will have time to search out rare lemurs and enjoy some truly exhilarating walks before continuing on towards the eroded sandstone massifs of the south east.
After exploring the beauty of Isalo National Park you then head for the beaches around Tulear, where your journey climaxes amongst the white sands and azure waters of Ifaty and the Mozambique Channel. After a chance to enjoy a little something of Tulear, you then fly back to Antananarivo where your journey ends.
*Please note, the prices shown above are per person and based on two persons sharing a twin or double room
Enjoy a guided night walk through the spectacular Ranomafana National Park.
Explore the breathtaking trails through the Andringitra National Park.
Visit the Anja Park community project.
Marvel at the beautiful landscapes of the Isalo National Park.
Swim in clear mountain pools and relax on deserted sandy beaches.
2 nights Gassy Country House
1 night Artisan Hotel Ambositra
2 nights Centrest Sejour
2 nights Tsara Camp
3 nights Satrana Lodge
5 nights Les Dunes d'Ifaty
16 nights accommodation in traditional guesthouses and lodges
16 breakfasts and 16 lunches
Domestic flight between Tulear and Antananarivo (baggage restrictions apply)
Private driver and car for the duration of the trip
Local guides in each destination
Entrance fees and National Park Fees
Have you seen the movie Gladiator? If not, go and watch right now. Those who have seen in will be glad to know that Sahara is the location where the most prominent scenes of the movie were shot. You can start with capturing the velvet dunes and taking photos of the snake charmers and mighty camels proudly swaying as they carry bedouins on their back. Once in a province, you will get a chance to capture and even participate in the traditional tea ceremony as well as to see the locals playing gnawa music performed on goatskin drums. The beauty of the sunset in Sahara is just a cherry on the top of a cake you cannot miss out on.