Madagascar – Eastern and Northern Tour

Madagascar – Eastern and Northern Tour

16 Days / 15 Nights

Pirates aren’t stupid. They figured out how juicy Eastern Madagascar’s treasures were and looted its coastline centuries before the rest of us caught on. A couple of hundred years later the real pirates are gone and the secret is out: there’s plenty of leftover booty in the form of dazzling pearl beaches, sparkling sapphire water and lush jade rainforests.

The Northern part of Madagascar is well-known for its diversity of landscapes, vegetation and even weather; the climate is agreeable with distinct wet and dry seasons. The Northern part of Madagascar is known as ‘tropical north’ as it boasts pleasant weather, stunning scenery and a truly tropical feel – everything you would expect from a tropical vacation destination. From snorkelling to exploring the national parks, the North of Madagascar is the place to go… You may have heard of the popular holiday destination called Nosy Be – beautiful beaches and warm tropical waters, Nosy Be is by far one of the most popular Madagascar vacation destinations and is located in this part of Madagascar.
A visit to northern Madagascar is rewarding no matter what it is you are looking for. From snorkeling and guided walks to bird watching and observing the lemurs, chameleons and snakes; nature lovers and holiday makers will find northern Madagascar a jewel and the perfect option for their Madagascar holiday.

There are the lakes and waterfalls of the Montagne d’Ambre (Amber Mountain National Park) forest, and the Tsingy (limestone formations) and grottos in Ankarana. For those who prefer to unwind during their Madagascar holiday, there are plentiful places in northern Madagascar where one can simply sit and enjoy nature.

Highlights on this tour include:

Antananarivo | Andasibe National Park | Akanin’ny Nofy | Diego Suarez | Montagne d’Ambre (Amber Mountain) National Park | Joffre Ville | Ankarana National Park | Ankify | Nosy Be | Lake Tsarasaotra

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