Madagascar for the Active and Adventurous
These locations are some of the most impressive and exciting in all Madagascar, resulting in a varied and adventurous circuit, mostly well off the beaten track. In addition to Kirindy (with the world’s highest primate diversity) and the Tsingy of Bemaraha (one of only two natural World Heritage Sites in Madagascar), you will have a good chance to glimpse Madagascar’s apex predator the fossa, and the privilege of seeing the iconic Avenue des Baobabs in Morondava at sunset. Finally, quality time is enjoyed in the Masoala (the other Madagascar natural World Heritage Site) for primary rainforest exploration and marine park swimming and snorkelling. With such a range of remote and breath-taking locations, this adventure will reveal the hidden charms of a Madagascar that few are lucky enough to see.