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WEST: Land of Menabe, Tsingy and Baobabs

Key attractions

Overview

West is probably the place with the most popular landscape motives of Madagascar. Experience “wild west” with its rough rocks and the precious tropical deciduous forests. But this travel does not only contain landscape highlights: Meet the largest predator of Madagascar, the Fossa, and get enchanted by chameleons and caramel-coloured Mirza coquereli lemurs. Morondava is the starting-point to many unavoidable tourist sites of Madagascar, especially the Tsingy de Bemaraha NP, or the Baobabs Avenue. This journey gives you the opportunity to visit these places and feel their magic.

Key infomration

Price 1800 € per pax (112€/day)
Duration 16 days
Transport A car, boats, jet
Distance ~ 1680 km on the land
Camp No
Difficulity Medium
Regions West, The Highlands, Tananarive

Day by day

Arrival in Antananarivo

Tongasoa aty Madagasikara! Dear friends, welcome to Madagascar! We will do our very best to make our trip in Madagascar unforgettable! 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 very special 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, we know that having an international flight is tiring.

After, we will depart by car to your nice hotel, where a prepared-room with a comfortable bed will be available for you to rest. Once there, refresh yourself. Look by the window, you made it! Take time to unpack what you need for tonight, rest and be ready for tomorrow! Discover the City of a Thousand as you are taken to hotel where you will stay overnight. And in the evening after dinner, over a cocktail 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. Tomorrow we are leaving the capital city.

Arriving in Tana;

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

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;

Dinner and discussion our program.

Tana – Antsirabe- Ambositra

During the course of the morning you travel to Tsarasaotra which means bird‘s island, a small green oasis in the north of the city. The park is a refuge for many birds that can be easily watched and photographed here – among them there are 14 endangered species that only occur in Madagascar.

After visiting Tsarasaotra Park, we will drive along a scenic road to Antsirabe, founded by Norwegians in 1856 and home to Madagascar’s brewing industry. A 3-4 hours journey takes us through the highlands providing us with a taster of the stunning scenery that Madagascar has to offer with its terraced rice-fields and spectacular eroded hills called lavaka. You will notice changes on the features of the local people as Asian heritage becomes more prominent.

Lunch in Antsirabe - it is a tidy, well maintained town which combines the tranquility of a small European provincial town with the exuberance of traditional Malagasy buildings. Then, we drive to the town of Ambositra that lies between the hills and has a very different climate.

Starting at 8-00;

Distance: about 260 km;

Drive time: about 6 hours;

Visit in the Tsarasaotra Park;

Lunch in Antsirabe;

We finish the day in Ambositra. Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast: Manja Hotel or L'Artisan Hotel or Hôtel Jonathan or Grand Hotel Ambositra.

Ambositra and Ranomafana NP

Ambositra (pronounced 'amboostr') is located between the rice fields in the area of the Zafamaniry tribe. Ambositra is the town of art, culture, and crafts. You’ll discover that there are warm and welcoming people. It is the capital of the Zafimaniry territory, the people from the heights of Betsileo work the wood in a very refined way. Formerly known as the town of roses, this town used its forest resources to stand out to become master in Malagasy marquetry. Ambositra is then the ideal place to bring back part of the Great Island back to your home, and also very cheap.

Note: 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 little-visited places to share our findings of authentic encounters and a true taste of adventure in wildlife. Take a view, what we have for you: *Walking tour the Zafimaniry region; *Silk Madagascar; *Hiking. We offer numerous types of excursions from Ambositra to the surrounding region.

After early lunch, we continue south, to Ranomafana. It is a spa resort located close to one of the densest forests of Madagascar. “Ranomafana” means “hot water” in Malagasy. This immense evergreen forest (always green), typical of the eastern coast, covers a granitic relief which culminates at 1400m.

Ranomafana National Park is a beautiful and popular rainforest. This park is pristine primary rainforest with monster-sized tree ferns, pandanus, and striking traveller’s palm, known as ravinala. The park is well known for its diversity of wild life including the two very rare species of bamboo lemurs and over 100 bird species.

Distance: about 135 km;

Drive time: about 2 hours;

Ambositra city-tour;

Strolls in the Ranomafana National Park;

Late-night strolls by the edges of the Park;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast:

Hotel Thermal Ranomafana from 50 euros;

Setam Lodge from 60 euros;

Chez Gaspard;

Soa Lodge or similar.

Ranomafana National Park

After breakfast we make an early start to Ranomafana National Park. Wildlife viewing is best from about 5-00 – 10-00 and after 14-00. This is one of the most important mammal sites in Madagascar. This is where you get a first impression of the rainforests and meet the many lemurs. There are lots of other animals to discover, too, and during your first – quite comfortable yet – hikes, you learn to know each other.

The Ranomafana National Park is one of the most pleasant places in the entire country, established in early 1990 to protect the rare and newly discovered Golden Bamboo Lemur. The area is dominated by the Namorona River and is fed by many streams ending in a waterfall close to the park entrance. This forest is a combination of both secondary and primary forest. Biodiversity is so important that scientists have a base in the heart of the park where they continually discover new species in a forest of exceptional beauty.

After discovering the hot springs of Ranomafana a century ago, a Frenchman built a spa hotel close by. Around the hotel, people settled and soon the village of Ranomafana developed. The hotel is still there (Hotel Thermal Ranomafana). The village is a lovely place with the small restaurants where you can taste zebu steak and other local dishes or join a game of soccer with the local youth.

Discover the Ranomafana National Park;

Click here to learn about Trigger species of birds for this area;

Click here to chose the circuits for hike. Of course, we can stay longer. The circuits last from 2 hours to several days with bivouacs to discover an abundant fauna and flora. You will inevitably admire a lemur or an orchid, a bird or a palm tree…

Lunch-picnic or at the hotel or in the village;

Overnight at your hotel, Bed & Breakfast.

Ranomafana NP - Antsirabe

After the final walk in the rainforest, we will head back to Antsirabe, from where we will begin our adventure to the West.

On arrival to Antsirabe, we will briefly explore this town. One of the major features of this town is a very large number of «Pousse pousse» or we know them as rickshaws. Another attraction is the station, a relic of the colonial era. We can visit the stone cutting workshop where crystals are cut. Here you will come across an incredible variety of polished semi-precious stones and many Ammonites found on the island and available for the collector and others alike. You may choose to visit the Madagascar toys or zebu-horns workshops.

We also visit Lake Tritriva – a stunning lake of volcanic origin with blue/green waters, surrounded by beautiful scenery – we will walk around the lake in approx. 1 hour and during this time we will likely meet many local Malagasy people.

Of course, you can take the extension of this tour. Look what we got for you to make your journey to this region mind-boggling:

*Manandona River Family Hike and Rafting. 3-day trip;

*Authentic and adventurous trip "Wildlife of Tsinjoarivo and Onive River";

*Excursion The flora of Mount Ibity;

*Excursion Sahatany Pegmatite Fields of Mount Ibity.

Starting at 9-00;

Distance: about 230 km;

Drive time: about 5 h;

Antsirabe city-tour;

Click here to watch video about the sapphires;

Discover the Lake Tritriva;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast:

Royal Palace Hotel or Antsaha Parc Hotel. Since the place is popular with tourists, there are various hotels to suit your needs.

Morondava

This morning, we will go for a long drive to the west while it’s getting hot slowly, to the coastal town of Morondava, known for having one of the finest climates in Madagascar, stopping at villages along the way. On the way, you will see many of the famous Baobabs. Around noon, we arrive at Miandrivazo, on the banks of the river Mahajilo, and can take lunch.

We arrive at Morondava in the late afternoon. Morondava is a picture-postcard town and the capital of the Menabe region. The region draws visitors with its forest reserves and flourishing wildlife, but there's plenty more on offer for those willing to get off the beaten track. Also, it is an ideal place for a relaxing stay, since it is less crowded and (so far) devoid of beggars. The beaches are good and extend far to the north side of town.

Maybe you already want tomorrow to make a foray to famous Baobab alley at dawn?

Starting at 8-00;

Distance: about 500 km;

Drive time: about 8 hours;

Lunch en-route;

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast:

Sun Beach Hotel or Palissandre Cote Ouest resort & SPA. Since the place is popular with tourists, there are various hotels to suit your needs.

Can be booked scenic charter flights over the most spectacular areas of Tsingy de Bemaraha. Available aircrafts are Cessna 172 (max. 3 passengers), Cessna 210 (max. 5 passengers) or Cessna 421 (max. 7 passengers).

Allée de Baobab - Kirindy Private Reserve

Our next destination is the dry forest of Kirindy, stopping at the iconic "Avenue des Baobabs" along the way. The Alley of the baobabs is a magical attraction for photographers from all over the world. Baobabs are usually solitary trees, standing tall and proud in the midst of empty spaces. Yet in Allée de Baobab, they cluster together forming an avenue of columns that border the dirty road.

After arriving to Kirindy you can walk around the reserve to observe the wildlife. This protected area is home to Madagascar’s largest predator, the Fossa. And Kirindy Forest offers best chances to see this elegant chaser. Formerly a Swiss forestry training station and now an active German primate research base, Kirindy Private Reserve is a gem - there is a lot more to see! It’s particularly strong on nocturnal lemurs, for in these tangled woodlands live six nocturnal species, alongside two diurnal lemur species and the rare and strange Giant Jumping Rat. There are also some outstanding birds, including the Sickle-billed Vanga and White-breasted Mesite.

Even if you’re unlucky in terms of seeing a fossa, you’re not likely to leave Kirindy Private Reserve disappointed. By day the trees shake with small troops of beautiful white and grey Verreaux’s sifakas (Propithecus verreauxi), here at the northernmost extent of their range, and the lower levels and forest floor are visited by inquisitive and charming Red-fronted brown lemurs (Eulemur rufifrons), some of them so tame they’ll practically lick your camera lens as they investigate what morsels you may have brought (best not to do so).

Distance: about 60 km;

Avenue des Baobabs;

Discover the Kirindy Private Reserve;

Night tour. In the evening you will do Night walk to spot the nocturnal wildlife with park guide as it offers the best wildlife spotting experience including Giant jumping rat, lemurs, chameleons and Fossa. Back at camp after a night walk, it’s well worth staying up for a visit by one of the local pairs of extraordinary giant jumping rats (Hypogeomys antimena), rodents the size of a large rabbit that come into camp to sniff out scraps of fruit and vegetables.

Accommodation at the cottage of the park – Kirindy Forest Ecolodge, full board.

Kirindy - Tsingy de Bemaraha National park

After an early excursion in the Kirindy, we will continue our journey to Bekopaka, gate in the Tsingy de Bemaraha National park. The road hither lasts a little long but the landscape which it offers is worth the pain. The way goes through Belo-sur-Tsiribihina, a very convivial typical village where the population is cordial and the site quite charming.

Everywhere along the road there are the impressive Baobabs until Belo-sur-Tsiribinha. The western landscape is arid but has a beauty all of its own. A rustic ferry carries us over the river and on arrival at Belo-sur-Tsiribinha, we will visit Fatana mitsitsy program.

After lunch, it’s time to go off-road! 100 km on sandy slopes are a real challenge. We travel past baobab forests, desert and local villages and in the early evening, you will move into your nice hotel room with first view over the Tsingy. During the next days, you will discover the world nature heritage of Tsingy de Bemaraha, and come through caves and canyons while climbing through the sandstone needles. Experiencing the Tsingy during the usual heat surely is a challenging mission, but it’s worth it for the versatile, fantastic experiences in any case! Generally most visitors coming to the park usually stay over three nights to explore this unique and amazing place.

Distance: about 160 km;

Drive time: about 5 hours;

Visit Fatana mitsitsy program;

Lunch in Belo-sur-Tsiribinha;

For your accommodation, we suggest you hotels and lodges, which will meet your expectations:

l'Olympe du Bemaraha;

l’Hôtel Restaurant Orchidée du Bemaraha;

Soleil des Tsingy Hotel;

Grand Hotel of Tsingy de Bemaraha

Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park

Walks are the best to explore the interior of the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park and to appreciate the nature and breathtaking landscape while visiting the park, so unique, that UNESCO classified it as part of World Heritage in 1990. The site is very well arranged that active people will be pleased to involve themselves during tsingy climbing… We can say that everyone can find its happiness there. Botanists, ornithologists, speleologists, photographers, lemur lovers, active people will not be ready to forget this adventure of the century. For every one’s interest, various trails were established.

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

Allée de Baobab and Camp Amoureux

We will leave the magical Park of Bemaraha to drive back, towards the Alley of the baobabs. We reach Avenue of the Baobabs closer to the sunset: a magic show!

A ride through the Avenue is a memorable experience. Sunrise and sunset are the best times to visit these gentle giants when colours of the trunks acquire new shades and the shadows of the trees are the most pronounced, creating a more exotic atmosphere, and when their stark silhouettes form a spectacular contrast to the soft, calming colours of sunrise and sunset. The flowering period is between February and March.

A few kilometers from the Baobab Avenue are the Baobab amoreux, two baobab trees twisted around one another in an eternal embrace. We will stay at the Camp Amoureux. Situated at the heart of Andranomena Special Reserve (Marofandilia dry forest), Camp Amoureux will give you the sensation to be at «the ends of the world». Far from the civilisation and its noises, the camp will surprise you with its private style, which allies comfort, rustic characters and serenity.

Attractions: Sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi); Microcèbe de Berthae (Microcebus berthae); Baobab amoureux (lover baobab); Malagasy Giant Jumping Rat, (Hypogeomys antimena); Fosa (Cryptoprocta ferox); Flattailed Tortoise (Pyxis planicauda).

Distance: about 160 km;

Drive time: about 5 hours;

Lunch in Belo-sur-Tsiribinha;

Avenue des Baobabs;

Accommodation at the Camp Amoureux, Bed & Breakfast. The spacious 14 tents that compose the accommodation dressed on plateforms made with local materials. Each one has a bed matrass and private bathrooms. Meals are served at the chalet restaurant with a clear view of the great lovers Baobab.

We offer you to do what any other tourists will not do, climb up the highest tree for the sunset experience. Click here to learn about "Climb up the Baobab in the Avenue de Baobab"

Andranomena SR and Belo-Sur-Mer

Today, before we get to the Belo-sur-Mer, a little fisherman village where all the beaches are more than wonderful, where next 3 nights will be spent relaxing at a hotel facing the Mozambique Channel, we will have a half-day full of new discoveries.

Andranomena Special Reserve is pretty rich in animal wildlife. There are two different trails within the Reserve: The Antsarongaza circuit (2 hours) leads through the thick deciduous forest where you will be astonished by the gigantic baobabs and spot lemurs and reptiles. The circuit of the four lakes (the lakes dry up during the dry season) passes through the forest and some baobabs until the lakes where you may observe several rare waterbirds and plants.

Afterwards we will return to the port of Morondava, where we will take a speed boat. You cannot imagine discovering the mid-west without embarking, in Belo-sur-Mer, located 65 km to the South of the capital of Menabe. The peninsula of Belo-sur-Mer presents a coast where rocks and sandy beaches alternate, offering striking contrasts with the sea that takes many colours. The sailing canoes that come to moor on the beaches give a particular dimension to the shores bordered by mangroves which brings a pleasant singular aspect.

Discover the Andranomena Special Reserve;

Distance on the land: about 40 km;

Drive time: about 1 hour;

Lunch in Morondava;

Sea trip to Belo-sur-Mer (~65 km);

Accommodation at the hotel, Bed & Breakfast:

le Dauphin Vezo;

L'Ecolodge du Menabe.

Kirindy Mitea National Park

After breakfast we make an early start to Kirindy Mitea National Park. Wildlife viewing is best from about 5-00 – 10-00 and after 14-00. The park is perhaps best known for the lemurs and birdlife associated with the sacred lakes in the southern part of the park.

Within the park there are some very nice hiking trails. The stroll can be short or long as desired, and an early start is recommended.

Kirindy Mitea (sometimes spelled Kirindy Mité, not to be confused with the Kirindy Private Reserve) is a great, varied, extensive and little visited National Park (722 km²) that lies next to Belo-sur-Mer, right in the heart of the ancient kingdom of Menabe.

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.

Belo-sur-Mer

Belo-sur-Mer is one of the few ancestral cradles of Sakalava Menabe. How many people have fallen in love while contemplating the natural beauty of this land of ethnic Vezo, you will be immersed in the culture Vezo. Far from the classic tourist routes, you will discover the authenticity of an ancestral way of life. Belo-sur-Mer is a pleasant Vezo fishermen village. Visitors that come here are greeted by a wonderful many kilometers long beach of bright white sands and an amazing transparent sea of emerald waters.

Let’s enjoy it. You will feel the rapture approaching, like a wave! You will have a full day, to do water activities such as swimming, fishing, snorkeling, sea cruises through islets, diving can all be performed in Belo-sur-Mer, and also and great deal other various activities. Click here to find more info about activities for Belo-sur-Mer.

Discover this amazing place! Start gathering highlights from today on: enjoy exploring the beaches, swimming in the sea before going for a walk along the coast. Relax. Delight and don’t worry, we took great care of everything. You will enjoy your lunch and dinner at your hotel, where you’ll stay overnight.

Of course, you may add a few interesting days to stay on the beach, if you wish. You will enjoy the laidback atmosphere, the great red sunsets and the adorable locals that have known to keep the authenticity of an ancestral way of life.

While staying at Belo-sur-Mer, there are a lot of possibilities of activities, for a weekend, a week or more, close to Belo or further away. Finally, many sites remain to be explored, on way to the south, such as Morombe and its forest of Ampanonga, Andavadoaka or Salary Bay and their white sand beaches, Mikea Forest.

Morondava - Antananarivo

This morning we will again board a speedboat and return to Morondava for our short flight to Antananarivo. Departure is usually about 13-00 or 16-00 depending on the day of the week.

Transfer in your hotel in Tana. Excursion "Tana-city" and Goodbye-dinner in the cozy atmosphere of the Le Restaurant «La Varangue».

Before dinner, if you want, we will be able to make an excursion to Tsimbazaza Park to see the mythical Aye-Aye. Of course, there are tours that will take you to the natural habitat of the aye-aye. But these animals are nocturnal and live in the trees, so spotting them in the dark up in high branches is practically impossible.

Sea trip to Morondava (about 2-2,5 hours);

Flight to Tana;

Distance: about 370 km;

Flight time: about 1 hour;

Botanical and Zoological Park of Tsimbazaza;

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.

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You want authentic 4WD adventures in the sand and rock from the coast, sailing with the nomadic fishermen on their sailing canoes and discover their way of life and the lagoon which stretches over 150 km? Do not miss the “Bay of murderers”, the village of Andavadoaka and the Mikea Forest.

It’s a lot of kilometres off-road along Morombe, Andavadoaka and Salary Bay to Ifaty-Mangily. You will cross salt lakes on the few driven paths, and sleep in very simple hotels or tents. Baobabs can be seen everywhere around here! Our destination is the Tuléar.

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.

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;

*Car 4x4 with a driver;

*Fuel;

*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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