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Madagascar Wildlife Tours 2018/2019

3 Wildlife Tours with 48 Reviews

  • Stay in a cottage deep within the Ranomafana National Park – surrounded by lush rainforest and countless species of flora and fauna.
  • See how many species of lemur you can spot in Isalo, Anadsibe and Ranomafana National Parks (there are 33 different types!).
  • Learn how sapphires are mined from the experts: the people of Ilakaka – the world’s largest sapphire exporter!
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Experience Madagascar

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Lying adjacent to the east coast of Africa, Madagascar is home to stunning mountains, spectacular... ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends Antananarivo/Ile Sainte-marie View Map
  • Operator Intrepid Travel Active 1 day ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
From US$ 2,731 16 days View Tour
  • Discover Madagascar's unique wildlife and stunning beaches
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Highlights Of Madagascar

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Madagascar is a paradise for wildlife lovers, and much of its animal life cannot be... ... Read More
  • Starts Antananarivo View Map
  • Operator Exodus Active 21 hours ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
From US$ 3,014 14 days View Tour
  • Search for lemurs and unique wildlife
  • Learn about endemic flora and fauna in world-famous national parks
  • Visit local artisan workshops
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Highlights Of Madagascar

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Wild landscapes, village culture, beaches – Madagascar might be an island but there’s nothing small... ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends Antananarivo/Antananarivo View Map
  • Operator G Adventures Active 1 day ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
From US$ 2,229 US$ 1,894 14 days View Tour
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Madagascar Tour Reviews

4.6 - Excellent Based on 48 customer reviews
Madagascan Discoverer (2016) Reviewed Tour: Madagascan Discoverer
4 - Very Good
“This was a great trip. Comprehensive with lots of variety. Plenty of opportunities to see lemurs and other wildlife along with great scenery.”
Madagaskar cycling Reviewed Tour: Cycle Madagascar
4 - Very Good
“Altogether a good trip, would do it again!”
Sarah Reviewed Tour: Cycle Madagascar
4 - Very Good
“Wonderful trip - still not perfect (since it was only the fourth one) .. but getting there”
4 - Very Good
“To summarize, my cycling trip to Madagascar proved to be an extremely enjoyable experience. Great wildlife,exhilarating cycling,competent and enthusiastic tour leader and excellent Hotels.Even the weather in November was brilliant.”
Seeing rural Madagascar by bike Reviewed Tour: Cycle Madagascar
4 - Very Good
“This was an exciting trip, with varied scenery, and the lemurs don't disappoint! Madagascar is an intriguing country with rural life lived without much western influence. The population were universally friendly. This trip is fairly new and as such not as slickly run as other established trips elsewhere, but it's great nonetheless and Armel is very committed to sorting the fine detail. Good hotels, good food, good beer - A great choice - book it!”
Cycle Madagascar Reviewed Tour: Cycle Madagascar
4 - Very Good
“An astounding country to visit. The scenery was spectacular and various. The people very friendly and of course the wildlife unique.”
Madagascar Moments! Reviewed Tour: Cycle Madagascar
5 - Excellent
“What a fantastic trip. The country is just amazing with constantly changing scenery that was quite unexpected. The people took great delight in cheering us on and were only too happy to have their photos taken with the mad white people cycling in the heat of the day. The cycling was varied, undulations they call it, I call it hills! But the downhill was worth every uphill. One day was mainly off road so that was quite a challenge but very enjoyable. The hotels were brilliant, always had hot water and really nice rooms - much better than I anticipated. Also having 2 nights at several places was great. The seafood at Ifaty was fantastic as were the cocktails! The trip was graded as moderate when I booked but changed to moderate/challenging which is what I felt it was - but a great achievement finishing it in one piece. Madagascar is truly a wonderful country and still relatively undiscovered by tourists so cycling is the best way to really see it.”
Finding King Julian! Reviewed Tour: Cycle Madagascar
5 - Excellent
“It was with some trepidation that I booked to go on the inaugural Madagascar cycle tour, but with only a couple of hiccups, I can quite honestly say this has been the best Exodus cycle tour I have been on. (My 4th). Madagascar is a country of such stunning natural beauty it will surely take your breath away. The trip had plenty of variety with 8 days of cycling & 2 superb days of trekking in 2 totally different National parks - the first Ranomafana - a lush jungle rainforest where everything smells damp & earthy & then Isalo Nat park which was in complete contrast with it's stunning rock formations & canyons & beautiful rich red hues of colour. Both were home to wild lemurs & having them join us for lunch at Isalo was the icing on the cake. They are cheeky & naughty & won't miss an opportunity to steal food. No two days of cycling were ever the same - the landscape constantly changes from beautiful valleys with terraced rice paddies & fields of assorted crops, colourful, noisy villages where the children fall about laughing hysterically at these white people riding bikes! Some real "off road" riding on dirt roads/tracks. Long stretches of road disappearing for miles in front of you, magestic rock formations & the hills! Madagascar is not flat & some days I'm sure we spent as much time going up as we did coming down! The gradients are not too bad though and on our lovely new bikes were easily manageable.”
Fascinating experience Reviewed Tour: Trekking in Madagascar
4 - Very Good
“The trip was a great experience. Madagascar is very different to anywhere else I've been in Africa. The tourist industry is less developed, which in itself added to the 'adventure'. This does mean that there was no alternative to eating in the hotels along the way. We covered a lot of ground, which leads to long hours in the bus, but there is lots to look at along the way, and it's the only way to see all the different locations that we visited. The unmade road to Andringita National Park was an experience in itself - in 4x4 jeeps, with planks on top, in case they are needed (and they were) to enable us to cross basic wooden bridges. We saw less wildlife than I had hoped, but never had the dispiriting experience of seeing nothing!”
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