Tour the Vast & Diverse Andasibe-Mantadia National Park

Andasibe-Mantadia National Park Andasibe-Mantadia National Park

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Tour the diverse and vast Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, which spans over 100 miles of the rainforest. Witness upto eleven lemur species, including the country's largest, the Indri. Located near Madagascar's capital city of Antananarivo, Andasibe-Mantadia is one of the nicest and most convenient parks to visit.

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Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve
Visit Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve - Madagascar's Largest bio-hotspot
Located on the western coast of Madagascar, this nature reserve is filled with pinnacles that are sprinkled, generously, over the park's limestone plateau. The park spans over an expanse of mangrove forest that is home to seven lemur species, including the Deckens Sifaka.
Isalo National Park
Explore wild terrain and stunning landscapes at the Isalo National Park
Famous for its varied terrain and landscapes, the Isalo National Park, located in the southern region of Madagascar includes grasslands, steep canyons and sandstone formations, dotted by clear pools lined by palm trees. Take a tour around the national park to truly experience and soak in the sheer vastness and beauty of it.
Madagascar - Discover Ancient Ship Wrecks on the pristine shores of Ile Sainte Marie
Discover Ancient Ship Wrecks on the pristine shores of Ile Sainte Marie
Lying just off the coast of Madagascar, this pristine island with an array of protected bays and inlets is said to have drawn in pirates during the 17th and 18th centuries. Visit Ile Sainte Marie to witness the ship wrecks that are still visible from the shallow waters, making it a hot tourist attraction and a great place to go snorkeling.
Nosy be Madagascar
Devour Exquisite Seafood on the shores of Nosy Be
Devour a delicious seafood dinner, with sand between your toes and salty sea-breeze in your hair. The tiny island of Nosy Be is one Madagascar's prime tourist attractions. Though it may not look as picture perfect as other tropical isalnds, the serenity and clear turquoise waters make up for it.
Madagascar - Gaze at The Beautiful Landscapes of the Avenue of Baobabs
Gaze at The Beautiful Landscapes of the Avenue of Baobabs
The striking landscape of the Avenue of Baobabs lined by this famous Madasgar tree attracts tourists from all over the world, making it one of the most popular regions in the nation.
Royal Hill of Ambohimanga
Take a peek into the Historic Royal Hill of Ambohimanga
Malagasy people have considered the Royal Hill of Ambohimanga one of the nation's most sacred spots. The former home to Madagascar royalty, this historical and enchanting village is surrounded by walls that date back to 1847, constructed with a mortar made of lime and egg whites.
Learn snorkeling in Ifaty
Snorkeling and diving in Ifaty - Madagascar's pristine coral reef
The 60-mile long coral reef that lies just off-shore is a natural barrier to the open ocean, creating coastal pools and lagoons of stunning beauty; this underrated reef is renowned for its exquisite diving, snorkeling and fishing experiences. Ifaty refers to the name given to two rustic fishing villages on the coast of southwest Madagascar.
Masoala National Park
Take a boat ride through the marine Masoala National Park
Take a boat ride through the rainforest of the Masoala National Park which also houses three marine parks. Witness the world's largest nocturnal primate - the Aye-aye Lemur along with a diverse array of birds and reptiles, including the Tomato Frog.
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