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We really excel at tailor-making your trip to your needs. You may want to see certain species or visit particular parks, reserves or lodges. You may want a private plane or helicopter and high class car, or need to travel at a certain time of year. Tailor-making works whether you are an experienced traveler or trying out a wildlife holiday for the first time, wanting to enjoy a wildlife experiences as part of an occasion like a birthday, honeymoon or anniversary, or a busy executive in search of a short wildlife fix.

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Madagascar is still an entirely undersold destination we won’t lie and say it’s the easiest destination to design a trip in. Madagascar is indeed a world apart. Its forests are home to diademed sifakas, indris, fossas and tenrecs, while baobabs and pachypodia punctuate its desert landscapes. Curious about those exotic-sounding names? Head outside and have an adventure and explore at your own pace. The animals here are by no means tame, but they aren’t dangerous either. There are no large predators lying in wait for a meal, or poisonous amphibians lurking in the ponds – none that are harmful to humans anyway. You won’t find lions and leopards, or elephants and rhinos wandering around your lodge at night. You may, however, spot a cheeky lemur hanging out on the balcony or dancing round the gardens, or a colourful chameleon giving you the eye from a nearby tree. For even the best-traveled, Madagascar offers a kaleidoscope of discoveries. Enjoy a nice walk and make the most of the fresh air at the Madagascar's open-air markets. In Madagascar, most of your exploring is done by foot. No need to hide behind you vehicle. This is a much more hands-on experience where you can really get involved with your surroundings, exploring all the nooks and crannies. Experienced travelers are used to goodbyes, but that doesn't mean they get any easier. When the time comes to depart the wonderful Madagascar, we wouldn't be surprised if you were already planning a return trip!

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On the horizon is the season of love for humpback whales. Come and discover the island of Sainte-Marie in Madagascar on the occasion of the next Whale Festival. The WHALE FESTIVAL is a unique opportunity to greet these marine mammals which migrate every year to the warm, shallow waters of Nosy Boraha (Sainte Marie Island) in the heart of the Indian Ocean Sanctuary.

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It is a five-day trek from Toamasina, located in the East of Madagascar for the experienced hiker, in good health. Sauvage means ‘unspoiled’ or ‘wild’. The Sauvage hike will lead you through an area where the influence of mankind is minimal and tourists are hardly ever seen. You will spend the nights in different villages. If you do not mind living in a basic and remote setting for a few days, you will visit places where few have gone before, and where you are likely to see lemurs, chameleons and other animals endemic to Madagascar.

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A five-day trek from Toamasina, deep into the forest, to spot the Babakoto, as the Indri-indri is locally known, or one of the other thirteen species of lemur that live here. You’d better be in good shape, have some walking experience and don’t mind living in primitive circumstances for a few days. But then, unforgettable experiences will fall to you, breathing air never polluted by motor-vehicles, sleeping in a tent in the forest, falling asleep with the sound of rippling water and waking up with the songs of the indri-indri…

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Because it is a true haven of biodiversity and has a variety of different climates, we can see lots of animal and plant species including dozens of lemurs, hundreds of birds with ultra colored feathers, and numerous reptiles and amphibians. Perhaps you will tremble, crossing the Do, which is a yellow snake spotted with brown and which can reach more than 3m long!).

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Our Madagascars Holidays is a Standout in an Outstanding Land! At least 80% of the intriguing plants and animals on the world's fourth largest island exist nowhere else on Earth. To truly discover this "world apart" requires a very small group and exclusive transportation features missing on most tours. Take a look at what offers our service "Charter a private plane" with competent and courteous cabin crew.

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Discover the endemic baobabs of the region, navigate in the Mozambique Channel, facing the archipelago of Nosy Hara. The departure is from a pier in Diego. Spend a quiet day and enjoy the tranquility of navigation; maybe you will have a chance to see turtles, dolphins or whales...

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One-day quad-raid from Diego Suarez. Discover an extraordinarily unusual site Tsingy Rouges, a masterpiece of nature caused by erosion and sculpted according to the vagaries of wind and rain. You will cross many mangroves to the villages of Ambodivahibe and Ampondrahazo.

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A raid of 7 days from Diego Suarez in North of Madagascar, ideal for an acquaintance with the north of Madagascar. Lots of national parks with natural wonders punctuate the track. Various landscapes, various tracks: from the famous Tsingy Rouges to the white sand beaches, including historical sites...taking its time, we will take you through the varied tracks of the main natural attractions of the region.

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A small raid of 3 days from Diego Suarez in North of Madagascar, ideal for adventurers looking for a thrill! This raid offers a total change of scene and an unusual discover of the extreme tip north of Madagascar. Various landscapes, various tracks: You will cross dirt, mangrove, vast grassy and desolate plains to the plain of Babaomby "father of the zebus", and northern villages of Red Island, taking its time, we will take you through the varied tracks.

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This thrill tour begins generally at your bungalow’s door step, in the sea resorts Mahambo or Foulpointe, or from your hotel in Toamasina city. Maningory is one of big rivers which starts from the highlands and flows into the Indian Ocean. The river makes strong feelings in the heart of the eastern forest. The descent in raft is perfectly secure even though impressive waves sometimes force to navigate on IV or V class passageway.

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The area of Ampefy is characterized by volcanic landscape and has been classified as an ecotourism destination by Madagascar National Parks. Volcanoes dating back two million years ago and over 40 lakes of volcanic origin are scattered in a region of 400 km2. Your tour will be covering Antananarivo – Ampefy – Antananarivo (By car) and including private reserve of lemurs.

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Anjozorobe-Angavo offers you the simplicity of harmonious communication with nature. Your visit will be a unique experience, unlike what you have seen along your journey to Madagascar. The Protected Area allows the followers hiking to admire an exceptional fauna and flora, through thematic circuits, adapted to all the rhythms. Different round trails, most of them well to walk, lead through the forest. You can do walks from one hour to full day trips, among them a visit to a sacred (fady) waterfall.

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This ride from Diego Suarez will delight experienced riders and adventurers. During a long quad-day, 150 km will be covered, detailing each type of terrain: sandy tracks, red earth, crossings, fords, mire, mangrove...

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This one-day trip from Diego Suarez in the opposite direction of the "classic" circuits going towards the Mozambique Channel... The geographical isolation of this site allowed it still be preserved. You will cross the Diego towards the south and discover many popular areas of Diego Suarez as the Grand Pavois, Ambalavola...

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This unique trip will give you the chance to combine: Ranomafana National Park with its incredible natural abundance, located in the Highlands of Madagascar; The old town Manakara on the southeastern coast of the Red Island; Less-travelled but attractive Manombo Special Reserve; A tranquil and calming journey through Canal des Pangalanes with wild and luxurious views; Experience the super train Côte Est - Fianar, "a small train of the cliffs" and continue your Madagascar holidays from Fianarantsoa.

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If there’s a better way to discovery authentic and adventurous Madagascar, we have found. Tsinjoarivo bordering southeast of the Imerina, near the eastern forest. Here has both a natural site of great beauty and a historic place of the nineteenth century (site built by Queen Ranavalona I in 1834 where she placed a Rova and also a village). The Rova is surrounded on three sides by the powerful Onive river, which cascades over spectacular waterfalls including Andriamamovoka (“the mighty sand-maker”) and Ambavaloza (“the mouth of danger”).

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Welcome to Anja Community Reserve, a unique environmental and cultural preservation site in the south of Madagascar. It is an ideal ecotourist destination. Here you can easily see and photograph the ring-tailed lemur (Lemurian Catta), there are around 400 individuals in the reserve and they have grown accustomed to visitors so you'll get the chance to get relatively close. Anja's lemurs are famous for sunning themselves on the boulders (generally early in the morning).

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For those who love the 3 S: Sun, Sea, and... Sand, mixed with adventure, the Baie de Lokaro is a heaven on earth in the South-East of Madagascar. Departure by car then by motor barge through narrow channels which connect several small coastal lakes along Fort Dauphin Bay (Lanirano Lake, Besaroy Lake, Ambavarano Lake, Anony River and more). It is one of the world’s last frontiers as they only exist in remote corners of the globe. A magnificent place: the white sandy beach under our feet, the forest behind us, the turquoise sea in front with small islands and brown rocks. It is a wild and beautiful postcard. We hike through the surrounding hills for a wide view of the area.

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This wonderful trip to Canal des Pangalanes, with wild and splendid spectacles along it, connects two national parks of Madagascar – the Ranomafana National Park located in the Highlands of the Red Island and the Andasibe-Mantadia National Park in the East of Madagascar through Mananjary, Nosy Varika and Mahanoro. Mahanoro also enables you to continue your Madagascar holidays with us while enjoying the places that the East of Madagascar can offer or to return to our capital - Antananarivo.

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In addition to the different ecotourism tours of the region, you will have the opportunity, in Fort Dauphin, to admire the humpback whales of the Indian Ocean. They performs spectacular jumps out of the water, has long pectoral fins and its singing is very elaborate. It lives in the oceans around the world and is a favorite subject for whale-watching tourism. Although the two major sites are Antongil Bay and Sainte-Marie Island, these mammals are easily observable in Fort Dauphin and Manafiafy.

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The company NDAO-i-Travel offers an adventure to the ends of the earth. We organize a day trip, with a guide, to discover the cave of Cap Andavaka (Tanjon 'Andavaka). You will be surprised to meet lemurs and other animals in this secret corner of Madagascar. The west coast of Fort Dauphin is good to the exploration of astonishing sandstone cliffs, as wild as the Isalo, where you can walk along in the foam of the rough sea.

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The most popular walk from Tolagnaro (Fort Dauphin), of course, climbing on the Pic Saint Louis, which you cannot miss, since The Pic Saint Louis is the only place where you can admire magnificent views of Fort Dauphin and its region. This peak dominates the whole city and culminates at 529 m of altitude.

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The forests of Mandena are in southeastern Madagascar, about a 20-minute drive northeast of Tolagnaro (Fort Dauphin). This protected reserve was established by QMM to protect 230 ha of rare littoral forest in the region that is the centre of their controversial mining project and is now mainly community-managed.

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Ideal place for lovers of peace and nature, for walks or family swimming outings, it is also well known by surfers since it is the best surf spot in Fort Dauphin. The lake is perfect for sailing and the whole area of hills and dunes is great for strolling.

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This forest reserve deserves much greater recognition. Its exotic tropical setting, with mountains for a backdrop, is prettier than Berenty. You can take a boat trip on the river bordering the reserve, discover a forest of bamboos and explore many other enchanting spots. In the forest there are waterfalls and natural swimming pools that offer quiet and secluded picnic sites.

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The Baie de Lokaro lies about 15km northeast of Fort Dauphin along the coast, or about 40km by road. Two hours from Fort Dauphin - the notion of distance doesn't mean a lot because the road is as mysterious and an experience in itself as the way to heaven - you also have to ride on the beach and cross small rivers from time to time.  But you literally forget the dancing part in the car once you arrive there.

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The Domaine de la Cascade is located near the village of Manantantely and offers a plantation, a campsite, a restaurant and the opportunity to walk along the river and climb Mount Andranara for a magnificent view of the southern region Anosy. This pleasant park, about 9km from the Total station on the road to Ambovombe from Fort Dauphin, is an easily overlooked spot.

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This Pangalanes Canal cruise begins at Mahanoro in the East of Madagascar, and offers you completely different experiences than you have already got in the East of the Red Island. This charming and soothing journey to Canal des Pangalanes via Mananjary will take you to the Ranomafana National Park, located in the Highlands, and will open the way for the next destination of your Madagascar holidays (with us) of the Highlands and the South of the Big Island.

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This charming and soothing journey takes you to Ranomafana National Park from the city of Manakara on the Southeast coast, by choosing it, you will get: firstly, the incredible natural abundance of Ranomafana National Park, and secondly, the wild and luxurious spectacle at Canal des Pangalanes.

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One of Madagascar mysterious communities can be found in the rainforest hinterland just east of Ambalavao. The Tanala people, also called Antanala, live in South East Madagascar and are separated by the mountainous range from the coast by the Antaimoro and other ethnic groups. They are a large tribe of forest dwellers living inland. Their homeland separates the east coast from the Central Highlands.

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It is possible to bivouac along the lake and the wind is conducive to the practice of windsurfing or kitesurfing (beginner or advanced). The expanses of dunes along the ocean make up a fascinating lunar landscape – a paradise both for birdwatchers and botanists.

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This expedition will take you on the top of Pic d´Ivohibe via altitudes, which varies between 750m and 2060m on the top of Ivohibe Peak. You’ll pass tropical humid rainforest on the eastern side, mountain dense forest on the highlands and grassy savannas on the western part of the Reserve, and – lemurs in the forests.

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This extraordinary tour from Antsirabe made with one best of what the region has to offer: Hiking across steep gorges of Manandona, rafting on rapids without danger and at last hiking to join the road between Ambositra and Ambatofinandrahana. 3 intense days, full of emotions, discoveries and efforts. The mood is very friendly when you go meet the lost villages of these peaceful valleys.

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The Sahatany Pegmatite Field is situated 25 km south-west of the town of Antsirabe, and covers an area about 150 km2. More than 100 pegmatites of both beryl type LCT pegmatites and complex type LCT pegmatites are found in this area, and many of them have been worked for gem polychromatic tourmalines, rose beryl, spodumene, rose quartz etc. The pegmatites are hosted in a Precambrian tectonic unit that consists mainly of schists, quartzites, and marbles.

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Take our one-day trip to appreciate the richness of Ibity. This walking tour rhymes with discovery in nature. While enjoying the clean air, you will observe on your way a flora with an endemicity rate of more than 70% as well as a very rich faunistic heritage. You will make many discoveries of plant species.

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With help from locals, Antsika Association members set up a comprehensive set of aerial suspension bridges, steel cables, pegs and ladders ‒ all of which can be traversed safely using climbing harnesses - and trained local guides in climbing, equipment maintenance and safety skills.

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You will do what any other tourists will not do, climb up the highest tree for the sunset experience. Climbing up this 18 meter tree might seem be daunting at first, but it is easy with the pulley system, only 10-15mins up the tree with some leg effort and little arm strength. It gets a little tiring midway and you rest for a few seconds to admire the whole scene while a bunch of other tourists will be watching us.

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A four-day water hike in the heart of the most unknown canyons of Massif Isalo… You will be amazed! The largest part of the canyons is in the south of National Road 7, from Ranohira to Benenitra and at the edge of Onilahy river. We will be focused on this part of Massif Isalo which offers more spectacular landscapes than the northern part (Isalo National Park).

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We invite you to discover the beautiful landscapes of Isalo National Park on horseback, outings of a few hours, half day or one day. This service is for beginners but motivated riders. Hikes are accessible for visitors of all ages and any levels of training. All outings are accompanied by our guide.

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This hike in the Isalo National park is for beginners but motivated riders. A hike is accessible for visitors of all ages and any levels of training, capable to go for a walk of 2 hours on horseback.

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These hikes of 2 to 4 days are accessible for visitors of all ages, capable to go for a horseback ride of 5 to 6 hours per day on average. The package includes: hiking and excursions, horse riding. Horse riding hikes length 5 to 6 hours per day on average; In bivouacs – individual tent; Full Board: Breakfasts, Picnic Lunches, Dinners at the bivouacs; Beverages: Included during bivouac for wine and aperitif; Assistance vehicle for luggage and camp equipment.

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Horse riding hikes length 5 to 6 hours per day on average. Horses can gallop and trot several times a day (2 or 3 times a day). Riders must feel comfortable at all three speeds. The hike lasts 8 days, including 7 days on horseback and a day of rest. It is the 8 nights hike, including 4 in bivouac and 4 in the bungalows of the equestrian club or in Isalo Rock Lodge. Cavaliers arrive in Isalo the day before the first day of the big hike on horseback, accommodation in Isalo Rock Lodge 4*(your route to the Isalo and the further route will be organized by us).

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Duration: approx. 2 hours; Difficulty: Beginner to level 1, from twelve years old; Security: Complies with International standards. All equipment is provided (harness, helmet, lanyard, gloves) and you will be accompanied by a professional guide who will also help you discover the richness of the endemic flora and fauna.

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The trekking is done from Tulear on quads. The circuit winds along the Onilahy river for 70 km. Before reaching the lakes, we cross the forest inhabited with lemurs. The Seven Lakes is a place where the water flows in cascades from lake to lake above the river. It is located in a forest heritage “xerophylic thickets” on the Belomotse Plateau. The return trip can be done on the river with a traditional pirogue or a kayak as an option, but it will take at least another couple of days.

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This adventure trip of several days from Tulear is as interesting on quads as on a sailboat or by 4х4 car.

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In this one-day tour from Tulear, you will discover Saint Augustin Bay, Sarodrano peninsula and its caves and get acquainted with the sacred rites. You will also find a monument symbolizing the virtual line of passage of the Tropic of Capricorn through Madagascar.

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You will discover the joy of the ride to the majestic dunes of the Vezo-coast of Tulear-Ifaty in complete safety. Drive on the beach, which stretches for dozens of kilometers in complete freedom... You will discover mangrove and a fabulous forest of majestic baobabs, their inhabitants and the famous sand dunes of Ifaty. Marvelous photos in your social networks are guaranteed!

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For independent kitesurfers with good level, we organize kitesurfing trips Vezo-coast from Tulear and to take back up the kite... Quads follow you by the road. A real pleasure!

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Miary’s village, located 10 km of Tulear, is well-known for its sacred banyan which is a fig tree characterized by long descending branches that reach the ground and thus look like roots. The tree, which is protected by a wooden fence, is so large that resembles a forest itself!

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Reniala Private Reserve, which is also called the Domergue reserve, is an outstanding forest extending on 60 hectares, and is mainly composed of baobabs and thorny trees. Today, the reserve is a protected ecotouristic area where you will discover species proper to the Malagasy bush. This forest possesses an amazing wildlife and floral characteristics. The reserve is located less than 1km from the Mozambique Channel near the village of Ifaty-Mangily.

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Table Mountain - a beautiful site of Madagascar, is located at the entrance of Toliara. The place is breathtaking and will take you on a journey between earth and sky, you will have the opportunity to admire the magnificent scenery of the hinterland and the coastline in an overview 360.

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Tsinjoriake, a beautiful site of Madagascar, is located at the entrance of Toliara. The site is classified as “natural monument and protected harmonious landscapes” and understandably justify its name. The place is breathtaking and will take you on a journey between earth and sky. You might climb mounts and enjoy a 360° vantage point as well as roam underground to uncover hidden corridors. Adventures await you!

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The Saint Augustin’s bay is located near of Tulear and benefits from a geostrategic location at the mouth of the Onilahy river. Due to its practical aspects, the region was historically a preferred location for spice traders and slavers. Sailors from all over Europe made the bay their landing zone. Nowadays, Saint Augustin is a quiet Vezo fishing village and is disturbed only by divers and submarine hunting enthusiasts.

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The highlight of Cape Sainte Marie Special Reserve are the turtles, both terrestrial and marines. The two endemic species of terrestrial turtles are specially significant: the radiated and the spider turtle are already very rare and have along this coast its last wild habitat. The Reserve contains in fact the largest populations of these two threatened turtles, and one of the highest densities of turtles in the world. There are no less than 1000 at square km! Unfortunately, it becomes an increasingly rare element of the ecosystem because of poaching.

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Beza Mahafaly Special Reserve – a region of dry forest habitats in southern Madagascar – offers unique flora and fauna. It is absolutely striking. Bezà Mahafaly contains the most amazing hidden treasures: playful lemurs, a spiny forest, Nile crocodiles, slithering snakes and much more. It is the only National Protected Area in Madagascar that includes the unique and dramatic gradient from riverine to spiny forest. Wildlife is abundant at Bezà, with many species endemic to the island and some found only in the south.

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We invite all those who come to Madagascar to visit the Reef Doctor Honko Project to get an insider’s look at the mangroves and mangrove-related projects. One of our local, trained tour guides will lead you through this unique ecosystem along 1 km boardwalk.

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Kitesurfing is quickly accessible to everyone!
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By visiting this park, you can be sure that you were offered an almost unique opportunity. Although this national park is quite unknown and lesser visited compared to its neighbor, Isalo National Park, it is really worth a visit. It’s not only a place for bird lovers!

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Visit this beautiful national park on any leg of your safari to discover a particularly eco-sensitive transition zone for three ecosystems – spiny desert, dry forest and mangroves. Heaven on earth for anyone with even one photographic gene. Good for those who want exercise and to get close to nature.

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An unprecedented and exclusive Madagascar, with a discovery of the Makay, an unparalleled place: a trekking engaged in the South, then an immersion in the North, very little explored. In this paradise lost, far from civilization, every step is a reward: roaring waterways, inextricable canyons, glowing earth, dense forest, ruiniform reliefs... A must for the trekker in search of wild nature, to approach with a pioneering spirit!

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A trip down the Manambolo River is indeed a mesmerizing experience. With mild waters present all through the river course, there is no such option for an experienced rafter to face risky challenges in the waters. But then, the river is ideal for organizing school and family trips. As the river moves through fabulous landscapes and scenic countryside, you get to gaze at the picturesque natural beauty as well. The Manambolo River has a lot to give you. From little-known villages to rare wildlife – the river has it all.

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Three or four days the sailing on 150 km down the Tsiribihina River, travelling through an ever-changing landscape of sandbanks, cliffs and mangroves, in accompanied by the whisper of the breeze drawing wavelets on the river surface, the ruffle of branches after the jump of a lemur. Nothing but silence and nature around you.

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Quad tours remain the most accessible way to discover many areas, mainly along south-western coast of Madagascar. Ready for the adventure? Enjoy a wonderful tour toward beautiful and wild areas. You choose the destination you want to go and the duration of your tour; we organize everything to make it unforgettable.

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Little known and infrequently visited, the Anjanaharibe-Sud Special Reserve is one of Madagascar’s secret jewels. Nestled deep in the remote and rugged mountains of northeastern Madagascar, Anjanaharibe-Sud contains some of the last intact stands of virgin mid- and high-elevation rainforest left in the entire country. It is a place of outstanding beauty and solitude, a place that offers a glimpse into the primeval past.

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Untouched and secluded – this makes Mananara Nord National Reserve a lovely paradise. The circuits established are longer than in other National Parks and take almost the whole day. You can be assured that a Madagascar holiday to Mananara Nord will be an unforgettable experience.

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In this idyllic setting of nature, a good mood is contagious. In this haven of peace and happiness, with the good quality of food, cool drinks, the majesty of an unforgettable sunset, come and enjoy these moments of intense pleasure, you are always welcome!

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Reach any destination of Northern Madagascar by Helicopter. The route takes you over the island of Nosy Be, and glances the outlying islands and bays of Northern Madagascar. From Nosy Be, explore magical places...

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Every year between June and November more than 7000 humpback whales migrate from the Antarctic to the waters of Madagascar to breed and calve. Whale watching in Madagascar is a really special experience for anyone with an iota of interest in sea-life, and wildlife in general.

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With the whole crew you will fully enjoy your vacations, worrying for nothing because the skipper knows the region very well. His presence won’t modify in no way your freedom to navigate because he will be happy to let you the control anytime at your want.

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Off the North coast of Madagascar, Nosy Be island remains a jewel forgotten by the modern world. It’s tropical waters boast dozens of pristine coral reefs, hiding an array of underwater life unrivaled in beauty and diversity. Diving in Nosy Be unveils a fantastic biodiversity, preserved from mass tourism. You will do here authentic exploration dives, far away from the crowds…

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Nosy Tanikely Marine Reserve – famed for its world-class snorkeling and diving. Beach of fine sand and turquoise sea await you. Lazing of course, but also snorkeling! With a mask and snorkel, go to meet many colorful fish just a few steps from the beach, explore the underwater world of anemones and coral, hopefully swim with a turtle or two!

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A getaway close to nature! In the Lokobe National Park, chameleons, lemurs and birds live in an environment where the only sound is the ocean. This preserved forest is the area of Nosy Be where the original and primary forest has been preserved.

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It is one of the most beautiful islands around Nosy Be. Here, the word paradise takes on its full meaning. It invites you to relax in a multicolored decor. Nosy Iranja is a place that dreams are made of.
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Do you like hiking? Discovery? The great outdoors? Nosy Komba is the ideal place for an easy hike, off the beaten track and in the forest, in the heart of a nature that is almost intact and an abundance of wildlife.
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Nosy Sakatia, the most authentic island of archipelago Nosy Be, is known for its flowers but also it has many other riches. The Orchids Island is still unspoilt piece of paradise, offering excellent snorkeling, diving and moderate hiking. Discover the chameleons, birds or rare medicinal plants that you will encounter during your day.

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Nosy Sakatia, the so-called Orchids Island is still unspoilt piece of paradise, offering excellent snorkeling, diving and moderate hiking. Nosy Sakatia is only 6 km long and 2 wide - it is the most authentic island of archipelago Nosy Be.
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Explore Nosy Be in an unprecedented way. Relax and feel strong through off-the-beaten paths: the quad. A superb quad adventure through Nosy Be awaits you! Adrenaline rush and rapture guaranteed!
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These little pieces of paradise with pearly white sand and turquoise blue sea, transparent as gin, create terrific places to experience the island's charm. They are ideal for swimming and water sports, with magnificent sunsets, like of paradisiacal postcards. There can be very fun night life is also good - it's no surprise that more and more visitors come to Nosy Be as an excellent alternative to the expensive Mauritius.

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The "Route of Adventures" of Jungle Park is located next to the camp. It is composed of progressive routes to discover playfully environment and the practice of a sport open to everyone!

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The Jungle Camp (parrot camp) is the Jungle Park campground which is a tented structure organized around a central zone in the trees.

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A Tree is a Dream. A cabin in the trees is a dream that takes the height, make take to the heights to your Dreams! Sleep in the trees!...

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In the heart of the park «Ambohitra Antsingy» it is a real eco village, an incredible haven in Ecodôme.

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This beautiful plantation in Ambanja, established in 1904, is a leading producer of organic cocoa, spices and essential oils, and a visit to this little slice of paradise is not only highly informative but a true festival of the senses.

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This one-day circuit from Ambanja makes it possible to discover the High Sambirano and its immense cocoa plantations, its rice fields and its small villages.

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This one-day circuit from Ambanja allows to discover the mangrove of Sambirano region whose role is an essential for the west coast of Madagascar that it protects from erosion, and also serving as a nursery for many marine species.

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Trekking tour along the Sambirano River from Ambanja to the first mountains of the Tsaratanana Integral Reserve - 8 days/7 nights. It requires a reasonable level of fitness.

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It is not a difficult cycling tour through the cocoa region - 4 days/3 nights. This tour is ideal for nature enthusiast and chocolate lovers alike.

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The Mountain of the French (Montagne de Francais) is a unique and exceptional area of adventure and discovery in a dry tropical forest: The best for trekking in the North of Madagascar! A multitude of circuits adapted to your level of the leisurely journey to the day to the most remote sporting adventures...

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The area of the «Ambohitra Antsingy» forest, also call Mountain of the French is among the best place for caves in the North! A Karstic Mountain digged one more than 15 kilometers will allow you to discover many caves, some of them for the first time!

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A series of beautiful turquoise bays, lined with long white beaches that bear fascinating names such as the Pigeons’ Bay, the Duns’Bay, the Sakalava Bay. In the latter, there are three islets but also the Baie des Sakalava, a tourist resort in a bay open to the winds and big waves of the Indian Ocean that make this place one of the best surfing spots in Madagascar.

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We will arrange for you kitesurfing lessons from discovery to advanced levels in Diego Suarez (Antsiranana). Learn to kitesurf or improve your style with customized courses of 3, 6, 9 and 12 hours.

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This trip from Antsiranana takes you through some truly stunning landscapes. You go on to know gradually the richest in diversity and beauty of the amazing uncommon kind in the north. It includes land, coast and sea. Following discovery of the earth’s natural beauty, marine and coastal excursions offers you the admiration of an unforgettable holiday.

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Recognized in UNESCO's World Heritage classification, the Nosy Hara archipelago contains a total of 31 bird species and 18 terrestrial species, as well as exceptional underwater fauna and flora. The preservation of this archipelago is justified to preserve its biological wealth. During excursions at sea, it is possible to reach the island of Andatsara, one of the smallest islands of the Nosy Hara archipelago, but also Nosy Kolo, Hao Island, Goat Island and many more.

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To get to the extreme northern tip of Madagascar, from Antsiranana, known as Diego Suarez, a 4x4 vehicle is essential.

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It is the roof of Madagascar with its peaks Maromokotra, at 2876m above sea level, the unique place of Malagasy flora with endemic species, the classified area among the nine precious stones of the biodiversity of Madagascar. Tsaratanana Integral Reserve lies about 80 km south-east of Ambanja.

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The park main attractions are of course the tsingy formations and the rich wildlife. This chaos of limestone rocks carved for thousands of years by rain and wind offers over 2000 ha a succession of caves and diaclases (narrow passages). On its sharp points grow baobabs and rare pachypodiums. It's a bit like visiting the more-famous Tsingy de Bemaraha, but without the crowds. Trails weave among the rocks, and rope bridges cross the canyons. A true sanctuary of nature.

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The course of the river is punctuated with islets which shelter an important avifauna. This lively waterway offers scenic performances.

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The formation of these caves dates from the secondary era (about 65 million years) and continues until the Quaternary (2,5 million years). The strong rainfall of this period allowed the water to erode the calcareous rocks and to constitute these caves. Fossils of lemurs and dwarf hippopotamus aged 18 000 years were discovered there.

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The Cirque Rouge (Red circus) it is a ground near Mahajanga which presents a mosaic of different colors passing from the pink to chestnut with the bordeau and which is illuminated in all its splendor under the effect of the sun.

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The Antrema forest station has been classified as the first Malagasy biocultural site since 2000. This reserve consists of 153 plant species (76% endemic), 23 amphibian and reptile species, 75 bird species, 5 species of lemurs, including the famous "crowned sifaka".

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Nosy Lava is an island that is located in the northwest of Madagascar facing the resort town of Analalava on the mainland. One-way ticket to the penitentiary Hell to paradise. With its turquoise waters and coconut palms, this magnificent island of white limestone and savanna rocks has sheltered Madagascar's last stronghold.

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Lake Mangatsa is a sacred place and even politicians come usually here to seek the advice of the ancestors.

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Mahajanga is well known for its lively nightlife.

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Guided tour of the lakes, baobabs, the crocodiles and lemurs. This authentic and wild site, in the heart of the "bush", is ideally reachable by the coast.

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This beautiful east coast village is home to some luxuriant vegetation, beautiful beaches, very easygoing locals and some nice, fun surf.

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When strolling along the white sandy beaches of Toamasina you cannot but spot the intriguing island a little offshore from Toamasina with its lighthouse like an admonishing finger. This beautiful little island covered with dense forest (approximately 30-45 min by boat) provides an excellent opportunity for an excursion.

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To organize your own creative trip to Tamatave, take our excursion The Palmerie. The Palm Oil Experience and Our favorite heart of crafts.The one at the same time you can combine creative tourism, ecotourism, cultural tourism, gastronomy etc...

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Created in 1898, it was originally an experimental garden, and offers now a good insight view of lemur species, as well as a selection of Madagascar’s flora. The park is a project of the primate department of the Duke University and makes a sensational effort in lemur breeding and conservation. Lemur will come to eat bananas in your hands.

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This itinerary is ideal for those who appreciate navigating peaceful water canals, through lagoons, rivers and lakes. On the inland-shores there are areas where the plants are abundant, especially in the remaining pockets of tropical forest. There are little villages to visit and several tourist destinations, like a lemur park, a nature reserve, an agro touristic site, a distillery of essential oils, an orchid garden, too much to mention.

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These creatures can grow up to 15m in length and weigh 45 tons, yet they seem incredibly gentle and peaceful as they slip smoothly through the waters. Mothers swim close to their new-born children, shepherding them through their first migration.

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If there is one thing that can really be said of Ile St Marie, it’s that it certainly rewards the active traveller who wants to get out and experience a place in a myriad of ways.

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You can observe a diversity of coralline formations within the shark-free lagoon with just a mask and snorkel. Divers will find the combination of healthy coral, abundant tropical fish, marine turtles and the wrecks of pirate ships make very rewarding diving.

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Even if you do nothing else on Ile St Marie, then be sure that you visit this unique site and pay your respects to the colourful villains of Madagascar's swashbuckling past!

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Through this site you will able to capture the true beauty of this wonderful biome and ecosystem.

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The PALA jewelers in Antananarivo, Madagascar is a gem trader with a reputation for its premium quality gemstones and handcrafted jewelry design.

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The Malagasy cocoa, also known as “green gold” of Sambirano, has in recent years gained reputation for its superior quality amongst chocolate experts worldwide. However, Malagasy cocoa production remains relatively small-scale in comparison to other major cocoa exporting nations.

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Discover the magnificent landscapes of Madagascar. Travel like no other along the forests and through a lot of streams and rivers. Immerse yourself in the heart of landscapes rich in colour and a variety of wildlife. See Madagascar as you have never seen it! And of course lemurs! Want to admire the splendor of the landscapes of the Red Island and make a trip to the colonial past? Imagine a change of scenery?... We have a solution for you! "TransLemuriaExpress".
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The train ride from Fianarantsoa to Manakara, the Fianar–Côte Est, is an experience not to be missed. The 163km route takes you through dense rainforest past waterfalls and the photographic opportunities will be excellent.

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Discover the Zafimaniry people and their art. Walk along paths used by the local Zafimaniry people through rice paddies and villages. Known for their distinctive woodcraft, the Zafimaniry’s exquisitely decorated houses, granaries and tombs are constructed using perfect joinery, without the use of nails. These have been recognized by UNESCO as Masterpieces of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

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There are 7 different circuits in order to explore this marvelous Park. Please be aware that the shortest treks are also the most popular ones and trails can get quite crowded especially during the high season. The longer treks are much quieter and more rewarding from a wildlife watching point of view.

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The Pic Boby hiking is a must-do when you go to Andringitra National Park. A nice relaxing three-day pace perfect for enjoy the scenery and admire the plants, that you would find nowhere else in the world. On this hike, no timeout: each meter you will walk offers a unique diversity of landscapes.

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This region of the Andringitra Massif is awe-inspiring, with challenging and thrilling hiking terrain. However, just a handful of visitors ever venture into this isolated region.
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Circuit Diavolana (or full moon) takes you through wild meadows of flowers, and orchids to a lunar landscape which deserves its name well!

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A miraculous refuge for plants and animals, Andringitra National Park is best known for its hiking trails, climbing walls, and rocky landscapes. You can choose between several routes, each with specific characteristics and different levels of difficulty. The park offers some of the most scenic trekking in Madagascar. For the most adventurous, the site offers climbing. A trip, rich in adventure and discovery. Note that us also have the possibility to bivouac under tents.

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Whether you are a novice diver or a qualified diver, you will experience some of your finest dive experiences...

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The south-western coast of Madagascar, where the Vezo people live, is bordered for over 400 km with coral: fringed, barrier (Toliara, Ifaty) or cays (Nosy Ve, Nosy Hao) reefs, offering lagoons spectaculars in dimensions and colors, and numerous dive spots, most of them having not even been found yet...

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For those nature lovers who want a more in-depth acquaintance with the spiny forest of the South, we offer a new program.

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The park is the most visited protected area in Madagascar and a popular highlight when discovering the Great South. It is one of the country's most dramatic and pleasant national parks. The park ranges from just over 500m up to 1268m above sea level and the canyons are in places as much as 200m deep. Isalo offers a fantastic, colorful landscape and incredible panoramas. It is not just about the colors and shapes of the land damaged by the erosion, but also the great scenery and the general silence that surrounds everything. It is also a set that all "Bara" people consider as sacred.

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Nestled amidst the southwest terrains of sweeping canyons, dramatic bluffs and jutting rock formations, the Isalo National Park offers some rewarding trekking opportunities amongst natural pools and through uniquely Jurassic landscapes. Hiking in Isalo is superb.

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Our diving club is a small center. Advantages? A personalized training (4 to 5 participants maximum), in pleasant conditions because the exercises are carried out among the tropical fishes and the corals. We offer CMAS certified training (equivalence with the French Federation of Underwater Studies and Sports), with seriousness, our concern being above all the security of the people.

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Madagascar is one of the high places of surfing and Anakao internationally recognized for its surf spots. Anakao is surrounded by reefs and this creates some great surfing potential. The world class surfing breaks located about 5 kilometers from Anakao beach are accessible only by boat. The prime surf spots are named Jelly Babies and Flame Balls.

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Each year, from July to September, an impressive daily show of humpback whales, very close to the coast of Anakao, just behind the island of Nosy Ve.

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You can practice all types of fishing with local fishermen in the vicinity of Anakao.
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An exceptional day that can be combined with a whale outing or a fishing party.

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Uncrowded, it offers visitors large sandy beaches bordering a turquoise, transparent water.

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If you come to Madagascar for scuba diving, you are in the right place. Whether you are a novice, beginner or confirmed diver, we will introduce you to its most secret sites. PADI dives are available for those with a certificate; those who do not have one may take part in a ‘Sea Baptism’.

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For a more dynamic afternoon, quad bikes are usually an ideal way for discovering the surrounding areas of Anakao with the fishing village, the spiny forest and the old French railway and the sand dunes.

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Turning towards the sea, Anakao is not lack of interest in its hinterland for who wants to discover the region.

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Tsimanampetsotsa National Park, in the south west of Madagascar, is usually included as part of a «Madagascar Holidays» to the ‘deep south’. A journey to Madagascar is incomplete without a stop at Tsimanampetsotsa National Park. Do you want to experience an absolutely unique animal and plant kingdom? Then this is your place to be.

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About 5 km of Anakao, this long island plate lined with sandy beaches, is located inside the coral reef protecting the lagoon. Reaching Nosy Ve in a traditional pirogue Vezo, driven by the warm morning winds to fish, walk and eat there - is a very rewarding experience. This tiny island has a white sandy shoreline, and is home to hundreds of tropic birds.

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There are several circuits leading through the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park. You can choose between easy, medium and sporty circuits.

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A night expedition in search of famous Aye-Aye, Brown mouse Lemurs, sportive lemurs, snakes.

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Navana is a traditional Betsimisaraka village. Its inhabitants live from cultivating rice and vanilla as well as fishing. At the sandy beach of Navana there are several granite boulders, this rocky beach evoking the image of the Seychelles is ideal for a relaxing day.

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Trekking to the summit of Marojejy is a real wilderness experience — one of the most beautiful and wild walks you will likely ever take.

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The name of this trek comes from the Malagasy name for the Silky Sifaka, a beautiful white lemur which is found only in this area.

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Marojejy is one of the most strikingly beautiful and wild areas of Madagascar. It is unique in the world, a place of dense, jungly rainforests, sheer, high cliffs, and plants and animals found nowhere else on earth. The Mantella Trek takes you to Camp Mantella, about a four-hour hike from Manantenina.

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Madagascar, fishing paradise. Off the northwestern coast of Madagascar, abounding in fish, all the species fish of the Indian Ocean can be found, and even the most demanding fishermen and anglers will be proud of their catches.

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A small quad-raid from Diego Suarez in North of Madagascar. This raid offers a total change of scene. Various landscapes, various tracks: You will cross dirt, mangrove, vast grassy and desolate plains. Diego is full of legends of all kinds, and the Pirate Bay is one of them. It is said that many treasures have been buried here... you may have the chance to discover them!

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One-day quad-raid from Diego Suarez to Baie du Courrier and Windsor Castle. This hike is ideal for those who want to feel strong.

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It is a small raid from Diego Suarez. Cap Diego takes its name from the peninsula of Cap Diego, natural harbor perfectly sheltered. This site, presenting strategic defense assets, was very active in the 19th century, at the time of the French administration.

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The birds show a very high degree of endemism with several bird families endemic to Madagascar and the neighbouring Comoros Islands. Over 100 species out of a total of over 200 breeding species are endemic to Madagascar. There are few terrestrial migrants as Madagascar seems to be off the usual Palearctic/African flyway. A total of 44 species of global conservation concern occur in Madagascar.

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Few places in the world are as threatened as the native environments of Madagascar and its nearby islands. Fortunately, international conservation agencies have come to the aid of Madagascar, and more areas are being set aside as reserves and national parks. Each year new species are discovered and described, and species previously thought extinct or nearly so are rediscovered.

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The lists of endemic, near endemic and threatened species have been compiled from a number of sources.

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