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Focus on Lemurs in the North and the Sea

Key attractions


We are all looking for a glimpse of true beauty and uniqueness in the world. On this trip we explore this natural paradise, which is known as the Land of the Lemurs! It’s a very special tour, in which you will spot varieties of endemic lemurs, and even more. Whether you are looking for a family adventure holiday in Madagascar or you are a solo traveller or couple or are looking for a more relaxed guided wildlife adventure - this tour is for you.

Key infomration

Price on request
Duration 18 days
Transport A car, airplane, boats
Distance --
Camp 1
Difficulity Easily
Regions North and Diego; Nosy Be and Islands; North-West

Day by day

Arrival at Antananarivo

Tongasoa! Welcome! How was your international flight? You are now in Antananarivo, the Capital city! Our bureau's team will be at the airport to welcome you from your international flight. Already now is the time for selfie lovers to take beautiful shots! Our Adventure Holiday tour will begin in Antananarivo, where we will depart by car, but before catching a hotel we will visit in the Ivato crocodile farm, also called “Croc Farm”. Spanning three hectares, this lush green oasis is ideal for you to relax, as we know that having an international flight is tiring.

From the “Croc Farm” we will transfer you to your hotel, where you will stay overnight. Time to settle a bit. Get refreshed. In the evening after dinner, over cocktails we discuss our program. From the first day to the last day our experienced and professional guide and the driver will be next to you, so don’t worry about it, they are near to make sure you have everything you need. We are leaving tomorrow.

Arriving in Tana;

Visit in the Ivato crocodile farm, also called “Croc Farm”, lunch and cocktails;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast;

Dinner and discussion our program.

Antananarivo – Diego Suarez

This morning, depending on the flight schedule, we will proceed to your transfer to the airport and flight to Diego Suarez.

Let’s enjoy it and discover this amazing place. We get started at the famous bay of Diego Suarez. Start gathering highlights from today on: enjoy exploring the beaches, swimming in the sea before going for a walk along the coast. Relax. Enjoy the view of the picturesque Sugar Loaf Mountain. Delight in the baobab trees and the traditional fishing village of Ramena.

«Three bays» of Diego Suarez. Their name evokes the change of scenery... French Bay, Sugar Loaf, Bay of Sakalavas, Bay of Pigeons, Bay of Dunes, Cape Miné, Orangea, Ramena... This "tricolor" trip offers a course with infinite color palettes, in all its nuances with its succession of bays and beaches, the white of the sand, sometimes pink, sometimes golden, sometimes blond. A lunch taken from lunch baskets in the heart of the Dunes’ Bay and we continue towards the numerous military vestiges from the Colonial past - the Miné cape, the lighthouse, cannons, and Orangea beach, where we will stay until late afternoon.

Later on, dinner will be served at your hotel, and you will stay there overnight.

Flight to Diego Suarez;

Distance: about 800 km;

Drive time: about 3 hours;

Lunch – picnic on the beach;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast: Allamanda Hotel.

Montagne d’Ambre National Park

After breakfast, we will take 40-minute trip for come to Montagne d’Ambre National Park.

Are you keen to explore the Amber Mountain National Park? Today we will make amazing discoveries. Trust our tour guide. We will spend the day exploring the forest trails and waterfalls in the Montagne d’Ambre which is rich in both animal and plant life (including orchids). Just enjoy strolling around, don’t think about dinner. We’re taking care of it at the hotel where you will stay overnight.

The amazing Montagne d’Ambre, covered by lush vegetation and thick green mantle of rainforest, reaches 1475 m at its peak. And as a wonderful oasis, it towers up in the middle of a dry savannah. This mountain is enriched by endemic species like 77 species of birds, 7 species of lemurs and 24 species of amphibians. The park is home to two species of nocturnal lemurs and five diurnal species, especially the crowned lemurs or Eulemur Coronatus. These primates live in harmony with reptiles, amphibians and endemic birds. If you are lucky, you will see the smallest chameleon in the world, the brookesia.

Walks in the Montagne d’Ambre National Park. Hiking trails include very nice trips to the big waterfall (grande cascade) with a steepy way back and a very comfortable, easy to walk promeande to the green lake (Lac verte). In theory, the park has 30 km of tracks.

Lunch – picnic;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast:

Nature Lodge;

The Litchi Tree;

Le Domaine de Fontenay 4*.

Montagne d’Ambre - Ankarana National Park

So thrilled about what happened yesterday, Montagne d’Ambre is such a great experience! What next? Today we head to Ankarana National Park.

We want you to discover the Red Tsingy in the Southern East mountains of Diego Suarez, on your way to Jofreville. Located right at the bedrocks of eroded canyons, within the single sedimentary basin of Madagascar and heterogeneous vegetation, the Tsingy are made of sandstone, marl and limestone. This place is breathtaking landscape. It looks like time abandoned giant coral in the middle of nowhere, which turns grey of sadness. And the set is just gorgeous!

Let’s continue the tour to reach your hotel for lunch. You will get there towards the middle of the afternoon. Already today we will have time to stroll a little in the Ankarana National Park.

After lunch, we will then get a chance to explore the park and its wildlife. This afternoon we will visit Perte de Riviere – which is the gateway to a series of caves leading to the ocean. During your stay in Ankarana, you will discover the vast subterranean network of the massif which will reveal you a big part of the values of the Antakarana culture. In addition, we will make a walk for several hours towards the "Small Tsingy" and the "big bat cave". You’ll enjoy marveling at stunning Tsingy massif.

In evening, you can exploring the lodge and its surrounding.

Distance: about 130 km;

Drive time: about 3 hours on a slightly bumpy road;

discover the Tsingy Rouges;

Stroll in the Ankarana National Park;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast:

Ankarana Lodge;

Iharana Bush Camp;

or similar – (or camp).

Ankarana National Park (Tsingy Ankarana)

How your yesterday's little stroll in the surroundings? Today you will have a great day to explore this amazing Ankarana National Park with the Tsingy and the canyons. Accessible at any period of the year by the Eastern side, the beauty of this unique landscape will make your passage a real disorientation. In dry seasons, its western part will surprise you even more: the big sinkhole and the caves, the canyons as well as the suspension bridges are real treasures, and always sparkling.

The trails are not easy but are feasible for anyone with a moderate level of fitness. Our discovery plan can vary depending on your physical conditions. Still, if you suffer dizziness, please stay safe by refraining yourself. Depending on your interest and physical conditions, several types of tours are suggested through the reliefs, dripstone caves, and natural trails.

We will be back tonight for dinner, and you will have an overnight stay at your hotel.

Full day exploring  Ankarana National Park;

Lunch – picnic;

Night walk;

Overnight at the lodge.

Nosy Komba

Today early we will set off to Ambanja. The road crosses never ending plantations of sugarcane, ylang-ylang, cocoa, coffee, pepper, crove, cinnamon and vanilla. We will add lots of shortstop offs to keep young travellers (and their parents) happy. Once we arrive in Ankify harbor (about 10-00), we will board a motorboat for 15 mins a sea trip to Nosy Komba, the island of lemurs, a jewel of nature. We will be rewarded with the azure blue sea, golden sand and tropical vegetation.

Do you like stroll? 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. Island rich in biodiversity and panoramas through the one-day way Robinson Crusoe. Combine history and culture with the inhabitants of this charming piece of land. An astonishment guaranteed.

Enjoy these… a stroll and 4S (the sun, the sea, snorkeling and swimming) on Nosy Komba.

Distance: about 180 km;

Drive time: about 4 hours, between Ankarana NP and Ambilobe has a bad road sections;

All the day visiting the Nosy Komba;

For your accommodation on the Nosy Komba, we suggest you hotels and lodges, which will meet your expectations:

Ilo Village from 25 euros; Floraly Komba from 30 euros; Bungalows Chez Yolande from 45 euros; Remo e Berenice from 50 euros; Nosy Komba Lodge from 60 euros; Auberge Le Maki Lodge from 60 euros; Jardin Vanille from 80 euros; Coco-Komba from 90 euros.

Snorkeling, the sun and beach in the Nosy Tanikely Marine Reserve

Go to Tanikely Marine Reserve where fine sand, colorful fish and unforgettable moments of relax await you. You visit Nosy Tanikely Marine Reserve – famed for its world-class snorkeling and diving. You will spend the day on the island of Tanikely – A diverse coral reef and a privileged position in the middle of Bay Nosy Be give it its nickname "a crystal clear natural aquarium" where you will snorkel with colorful marine life, explore the underwater world of anemones and coral, hopefully swim with a turtle or two! Nosy Tanikely with its abundant corals and an exceptional biodiversity offers habitats to many underwater species.

The tropical warm waters and the alluvial supply of the Sambirano river mean that a large number of species have taken up residence on this small islet. Indeed, a varied and spectacular fauna lives all around the island.

The Lokobe Reserve

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. Its 740 hectares that you will reach after a typical crossing in traditional dugout canoe will allow you to admire the endemic fauna and flora of the island.

Your beautiful walk will take you through dense vegetation to meet nocturnal and diurnal lemurs including macaco and fulvus, chameleons, boas as well as 17 species of birds including the owl of Madagascar and the Madagascar kingfisher.

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So thrilled about what happened yesterday, Nosy Be archipelago is such a great experience! What next? Today, after three evenings of relaxing on the beautiful beaches, we head to Ambanja. We can spend the morning relaxing on the plage before setting off to Ambanja.

For your curiosity, we show you a cocoa of the world-class quality and its secrets. We will visit to the village of healers, with a little adventure. You will see and feel lush green landscape of humid tropical climate.

The region of Sambirano is famous for its colorful chameleons. Forests near Ambanja offer opportunities to view the northern giant mouse lemur (Mirza zaza), which appears to be especially abundant in abandoned cashew orchards. The northern bamboo lemur (Hapalemur occidentalis) can also be encountered in forests along the Sambirano River valley. The Sambirano fork-marked lemur (Phaner parienti) can be seen in this region as well, sometimes even along the main roads at night.

Unforgettable moments for a long time will remain in your heart, as well as social networks and personal photo albums.

For those who wish to explore this blessed region in depth and to extend this tour, we can also organize visits to little explored sites. We take you to a little-known area to share find authentic encounters and a true taste of adventure in wildlife. Take a view, what we have for you:

*Sambirano Cocoa Cycling tour;

*The Exclusive Sambirano River Trekking Tour;

*Expedition to Tsaratanana Integral Reserve, to the peak of Maromokotra.

Choose an excursion that fits your interests:

*A trip The Waterfall Bons Pères and Ambobaka village;

*Visit to the Millot Plantations. Top choice of "Lonely Planet" of farm in Ambanja.

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast:

Hotel Palma Nova

Antafiabe - Antsohihy

Very early in the morning we get the 4×4 car and go to Antafiabe to discover Blue-eyed Black lemurs, or “Eulemur macaco flavifrons”. They are local endemics, are found only in these places. Exploring this area and picnic-lunch in the forest.

Then we will set off to the town of Antsohihy for overnight stopover. Antsohihy is connected inland with the River Loza. The people of Antsohihy live from forestry, trade and transport activities and the area is renowned for seafood too.

Distance: about 170 km;


Tonight we will sleep in bungalows.

Bealanana – Bemanevika Special Reserve

Early morning departure for car 4×4 to Bealanana, to a specific destination, Bemanevika Special Reserve to find the local endemic fauna and especially wild duck with white eyes (Madagascar Pochard) and red owl. Bealanana is a small village, near to which is the last remaining site for the critically endangered Madagascar Pochard. The crater lakes at Bemanevika are not all equally used either. One of them is now a marsh, with no open water at all. Most of the Pochards use just the one small lake of about 20 hectares in extent. This species was once found at several sites in the northern half of Madagascar, but mainly on Lake Alaotra.

2 hrs driving for a duck! Still, it will certainly worth it, and we would recommend more travellers make the pilgrimage to Bemanevika for two reasons. Firstly, you’ll get some amazing birds on your list and have a great time. If you spend some decent time up there, you may even make some crazy discoveries. There hasn’t been a Madagascar Serpent Eagle seen for a while here now, not since the radio tagged bird died. They are probably still in the general area though.

Maybe you will be the last tourists to see this particular bird, but the researchers there do hope and intend to catch another Eagle to tag. No guarantees though. Secondly, the more travellers that go, then the more publicity and money can be put into promoting, protecting and researching the site and its birds.

Distance: about 120 km;

Drive time: about 2 hours (access difficult; off road);


Overnight in the camp in the reserve or guesthouse in the Bealanana, full board.

Bemanevika Special Reserve

In the morning, we will head to hike to admire the nature of the reserve, to meet with local endemics of fauna. Continental wetlands of Bemanevika are composed of permanent and intermittent freshwater lakes, rivers, streams, permanent and seasonal streams, marshes, permanent freshwater ponds. A matrix of dense rainforests with altitude, characteristic of the area, ensures connectivity between different wetland ecosystems. Three big lakes are dominating this beautiful reserve and landscape.

The Madagascar Pochard was rediscovered in 2006 at Bemenavika, but life remains incredibly tough for them. Restricted to just one or two tiny crater lakes, the entire population of about 20-30 individuals is at risk of extinction at any one point. There is now a successful captive breeding population instigated by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust and the Gerald Durrell conservation trust, but productivity in the wild is dangerously low.

Bemanevika is also famous amongst birders as the only place you are likely to see the incredibly rare and elusive Madagascar Red Owl. They are undertaking studies of the owls here, and one individual is fitted with a radio tag, so they are able to find this bird on demand. This of course, is a very helpful scenario for lazy birders! Following the guides through the dense forest and down the near vertical slopes of the crater lake, we eventually will greet by the sight of the Red Owl. We also will see our first of several forest species, such as Madagascar Starlings, Blue Couas and the like, and the marsh that takes up one of the three craters held a female Madagascar Harrier.

Discovery of Bemanevika Special Reserve;


Overnight in the guesthouse, full board.

Antsohihy and Anjiamangirana Special Reserve

This morning we will back to Antsohihy. Immediately upon arrival we will make an excursion around the town and visit the handcraft manufacturer of decorative items. Then we will visit the house of the first President of Madagascar and learn about its hidden stories.

After lunch, we will continue to drive for the discovery of the secrets of Anjiamangirana/Manasamody 50km from Antsohihy, through alleys Satrana we can discover a field of “pachipodium” very interesting in the middle of nowhere. We will rise to the Manasamody viewpoint for a photo of the panoramic view.

Next we will continue our walk downhill to enter the Anjiamangirana Special Reserve, where we among other animals will see such as Coquerel's sifakas, bats and if we are lucky the Anjiamangirana sportive lemur. This forest is the only confirmed location for the Anjiamangirana sportive lemur (Lepilemur grewcockorum). Later we'll stroll in the Baobab forest.

Depending on the season, we can make bivouac in the reserve for nights to watch the Aye-Aye.

Distance: about 220 km;

Anjiamangirana Special Reserve;

Tonight we will sleep in bungalows in the Antsohihy.

Antsohihy - Ankarafantsika National Park

Today we will set off early to head for Ankarafantsika National Park. Along the way we will pass through villages and animated markets so there is always something to look at en-route. Once we arrive in Ankarafantsika Park, rooms will be ready for you to settle and rest.

After lunch, we will then get a chance to explore the park and its wildlife. Ankarafantsika National Park, set on Lac Ravelobe, is a mixture of deciduous forests and wetlands. This is major ecotourism site. It is known for its lakes and for being a haven for lemurs and endemic birds. It is covered in varied flora, mainly herbaceous and endemic woody plants.

In evening, you can exploring the lodge and its surrounding. Here you are able to take night walks to see some of the nocturnal species which are particularly prevalent in this park (including mouse lemur – the smallest primate in the world).

Distance: about 260 km;

Drive time: about 5 hours;

Ankarafantsika National Park;

Night tour;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast:

Blue Vanga Lodge - Exclusive place and haven of peace.

Gite de Ampijoroa has seven basic lakeside bungalows - these are set discreetly in the forest and face Lake Ravelobe. They are clean, comfortable and simple, and are ideal for us to get an early start in the forest tomorrow (being a 2 min walk from the park entrance). Across the road at the campsite and research station is the simple, open-air restaurant La Pigargue. (The food is very good).

Ankarafantsika National Park

We will set off after breakfast to explore this forest on foot, a superb, fauna rich day excursion. We will take a picnic lunch to have on the trails in the national park. There are 11 very good maintained trails, which will enable a deep glimpse into the park’s ecosystems.

It is the home to the beautiful Coquerel’s sifaka as well as 7 other species of lemurs (including western woolly, fat tailed dwarf lemur, mongoose lemurs) and exceptional birds (including roufous vanga and fish eagle).

There is also an option of a flat bottomed boat trip on the lake, which is perfect for birdwatching.

After dinner, we will have the option of setting out on a night hike again to see some of the nocturnal inhabitants of the forest.

Walks in the Ankarafantsika National Park;

Picnic lunch;

Night tour;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast.

Ankarafantsika National Park. The Ampijoroa area

Another day to explore this forest on foot, a superb and fauna rich day in the Ampijoroa area.

Ankarafantsika National Park, and especially the Ampijoroa area, is one of the best sites for first-time visitors to Madagascar. Accommodations are good and lemur-watching is easy. With a little bit of luck one can see all eight lemur species in an afternoon, an evening, and a morning. The word itself means something like “thorny mountains”, which aims at the famous canyon of the park. Besides this, Ankarafantsika is called “the kingdom of birds“, because it offers various great possibilities to spot endemic birds.

The Ampijoroa area within Ankarafantsika is also the site of the world’s most important captive breeding project for endangered Madagascar turtles and tortoises, including the ploughshare tortoise or angonoka (Asterochelys yniphora), the flat-tailed tortoise or kapidolo (Pyxis planicauda), and the Madagascar big-headed sideneck turtle or rere (Erymnochelys madagascariensis). The ploughshare tortoise is one of the most critically endangered tortoises in the world, and this is presently the only breeding site for it outside its natural range.

Walks in the Ampijoroa area;

Picnic lunch;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast.

Ankarafantsika NP - Maevatanana - Antananarivo

The car 4x4 from Ankarafantsika NP to Antananarivo is a fun trip. During the picturesque nine-hour trip, you will stop for lunch, take in the scenery. To get some stunning photos, we will stop at the bridge over the Betsiboka Rapids. The red waters masses of the Betsiboka River at a place where some tumultuous rapids form. During the wet season foam usually reaches the bridge. In addition we will stop in the village Kandreho. This small village is renowned for the manufacture of raffia fabrics using special printing techniques ("lay masaka" that recall those of the Sunda Islands).

We will cross the beautiful hilly landscapes. The rice fields are still numerous and the traditional pise houses well established. There are plenty of lakes, many waterfalls, fed by the rains of the moment. We arriving in the country Sakalava.

Along the journey, we will make stop in Maevatanana for lunch and some visits. "The beautiful village, the village where life is easy". Ancient buildings of the beginning of the 20th century. Here we will visit the Antanimbaryo market. Gold seekers tend to come together at this market on the south of the city, where purchasers coming from Tana, but also from the United States and from Thailand negotiate on the sale of this precious metal. Do not forget to bargain if you want to buy souvenirs for your loved ones. After a gold fever we will commit the less lucrative but surely not less thrilling activity to watching the crocodiles from the river. The area of Maevatanana was once a favorite place for hunting crocodiles (up to 5000 skins per year), today this hunting is forbidden...

In the evening we will arrive to Antananarivo.

Distance: about 530 km;

Drive time: about 9 hours;

visit to the Antanimbaryo gold market;

Watch the crocodiles from the river;

Visit to the manufacture of raffia fabrics;

Stop at the bridge over the Betsiboka Rapids;

Goodbye-dinner in the Le Restaurant «La Varangue»;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast: The Sakamanga Hotel 3* or De France Hotel 3* or Colbert Hotel 4*  or Hotel La Varangue or Maison Gallieni.

Flight Home

Today your tour ends. A transfer back to the airport Ivato. We wish you a comfortable journey home and are sure you will take with you some wonderful memories of Madagascar. 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!

Transfer to the airport Ivato.

Extend this tour:

To shift from a classic holiday place to a real ecotourism destination, Majunga focused on promoting new sites and especially Antsanitia beach. 30km north of Mahajanga are authentic fishing villages on the edge of a huge unspoiled beach. The site allows you to take full advantage of the wilderness area: canoeing, catamaran, the Morira river, discovery of a mangrove inhabited by birds, walks in small forest massifs and their endemic fauna (lemurs, chameleons ...), hiking through the savannah punctuated by majestic "satrana" (palm trees) and crossing villages, traditional fishing or "sportive"...  The sea is king there. Add ecotourism to the picture, with the Morira River trip, the river’s mangroves and the discovery of endemic medicinal plants, with the participation of local villagers.

First time visitors to Madagascar should spend at least two nights in Andasibe, and go to the Mantadia National Park. The Park is home to the loudest and most famous animal the Indri (Indri indri) jumping through the treetops, whose calls reach far away through the forest and awake many guests in the morning.

After spending the time at Mantadia National Park and Analamazaotra chasing lemurs through the gorgeous rainforest you are thought that you had already seen too many lemurs for one day… You are wrong… There is no such thing as too many lemurs for one day. Andasibe has enough to do that you can fill a day or two before, after, or in between visiting Andasibe-Mantadia National Park.

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Included in price

PLEASE NOTE: The price indicated is per person sharing room (DBL or TWIN), it is based on 2 Persons. If the group is of 4, 6, 8, 10 Persons, the price decreases.

*Pick up and drop off;

*Accommodations in standard hotels/bungalows (similar to European hotels 3*), bed & breakfast;

*Accommodation at basic camps: Full Board with beverages. Our team takes charge of almost everything in the camp, All the camping equipment;

*Car 4x4 with a driver;


*Rent of boat;

*Services of your professional, experienced, English-speaking personal guide-escort (French or Russian language);

*Entrance fees to parks and reserves and the services of local guides;

*Picnics in the stipulated places at the program;

*Excursions and visits as per itinerary (Unless labeled as optional or additional)

*All transfers, including water transport;

*Government taxes and fees, including TVA and tourist tax at hotels;

*Bottled mineral water in the vehicle.

Not included in price

*International air travel;

*Air Madagascar Internal flight (Booking only. If NDAO-i-Travel Madagascar is responsible for issuing domestic flights, payment for all flights will be requested in order to confirm them);

*Visa fee (single entry 1 month visa currently 27 Euros, issued on arrival);

*Your medical insurance;

*Personal items and expenses;

*Soft and alcoholic drinks in hotels;

*Lunches en-route, lunches and dinners (except in places mentioned half or full board), Goodbye-dinner, Lunch in the crocodile farm;

*Additional activities and excursions (for diving, cruising, fishing etc, pre-booking is required);

*Special Requirements: to be specified during your order.

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