Explore the captivating wonders of the Northern Madagascar as a standalone adventure or crown your journey after exploring the Southern regions.

The North of Madagascar attracts tourists from all over the world with its stunning natural beauty, featuring pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and diverse wildlife. It's home to iconic attractions like Amber Mountain National Park, the limestone Tsingy of Ankarana, and the picturesque islands of Nosy Be, offering unique experiences, from trekking and wildlife encounters to cultural immersion in local communities.

From Diego Suarez to Nosy Be Island

The three bays

Spectacular landscapes featuring crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, and impressive rock formations, ideal for water activities like snorkeling, diving, and beach relaxation.

Antsiranana Bay

A picturesque bay offering panoramic views, boat tours, and opportunities to witness diverse marine life, including dolphins and whales during certain seasons.

The local market

A vibrant market where visitors can experience the local culture, purchase souvenirs, and taste authentic Malagasy cuisine.

Amber Mountain

Nature reserve with lush rainforests, wildlife, and numerous trails for hiking and birdwatching, providing an immersive experience in Madagascar's natural beauty.

Red Tsingy

An extraordinary geological formation with red limestone spikes, providing a surreal stop for exploration and photography.

Ankarana National Park

Famous for its limestone formations, caves, and underground rivers, it's a haven for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts. The park houses unique wildlife and remarkable landscapes.


A charming town known for its cocoa and coffee plantations, providing insights into the local agriculture and a chance to taste fresh, locally produced chocolate.

WELCOME TO NOSY BE, the ideal destination for a relaxing time

Nosy Be is an island located off the northwest coast of Madagascar. Additionally, around Nosy Be, there are several smaller islands and islets, each with its own unique charm and attractions. Visitors can easily spend several days exploring Nosy Komba, Nosy Tanikely, Nosy Iranja, Nosy Sakatia or just relax in one of the remote private islet like in Tsarabanjina.

for wildlife enthusiasts, the Eastern of Madagascar is a hidden gem for an unforgettable adventure.




Get the best travelling experience of  the Southern of Madagascar with its blend of rich biodiversity, cultural richness and surreal landscapes !

The southern region of Madagascar is a captivating destination with its diverse landscapes. From the otherworldly tropical Forest of the southeast to the stunning sandstone formations of Isalo National Park, its natural wonders astound. The vibrant culture of the highlands, and the various tribes along the famous National Road N°7 offer immersive experiences. The unique wildlife, like the dancing lemurs and the ring tailed lemurs, adds to its allure.


Antsirabe, Madagascar's charming highland city, exudes a tranquil allure with its thermal springs and colorful rickshaws dotting its streets. Known for artisanal crafts and beautiful landscapes, this town invites exploration, offering a blend of cultural richness and a relaxing ambiance amidst picturesque surroundings.

Ranomafana National Park

Ranomafana National Park, a lush emerald gem in Madagascar's highlands, teems with biodiversity and mist-kissed beauty. Trek through dense rainforests to discover rare lemurs, vibrant orchids, and cascading waterfalls. This UNESCO site promises an enchanting journey through nature's untouched paradise.


Ambalavao, a quaint town nestled in Madagascar's highlands, charms visitors with its vibrant markets and traditional craftsmanship. Surrounded by stunning landscapes and the allure of nearby national parks, it offers a cultural immersion into local traditions amidst breathtaking natural beauty.


Isalo National Park

Isalo National Park is a breathtaking tapestry of sandstone formations and oasis-like canyons in Madagascar's heart. Its surreal landscapes, natural pools, and unique flora create an enchanting playground for hikers. This rugged paradise with its ancient history and dramatic vistas promises an unforgettable adventure.


Ifaty, a coastal paradise along Madagascar's southwest shores, beckons with its stunning coral reefs and tranquil beaches. A haven for snorkelers and beach enthusiasts, it boasts crystal-clear waters, diverse marine life, and a laid-back atmosphere, promising a rejuvenating escape by the sea.


Anakao, a coastal gem in southwestern Madagascar, lures travelers with its pristine white sandy beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters. A gateway to vibrant marine life and traditional Vezo fishing culture, it offers a tranquil escape for sun-seekers and adventurers craving a laid-back seaside paradise.

Deep South

The deep south of Madagascar holds a wealth of treasures for adventurers seeking untouched landscapes and rare experiences. From the surreal spiny forests to unique wildlife and vibrant tribal cultures, it's a rich tapestry of natural wonders and cultural authenticity that captivates the hearts of travelers exploring this lesser-known gem of the island.



A paradise for wildlife enthusiasts, the Eastern of Madagascar is a hidden gem for an unforgettable adventure.

Andasibe National Park

Easily accessible and a top draw on Madagascar's East Coast, Andasibe-Mantadia National Park combines iconic wildlife like the famous Indri-indri and the impressive Parson's chameleon. Famous for lemur sightings, it's a must-visit rainforest with its haunting Indri calls at dawn—a highlight on luxury Andasibe tours. Andasibe offers pleasant trails, expert guides ensuring lemur encounters, while Mantadia, less frequented, boasts untouched primary forests and rare wildlife.

Palmarium Reserve

Palmarium Reserve, nestled along Madagascar's eastern coast, is an ecological haven teeming with biodiversity. This pristine sanctuary offers a glimpse into the island's unique wildlife, featuring rare lemurs, vibrant flora, and stunning landscapes, captivating nature enthusiasts and explorers alike.

River cruise along the Canal des Pangalanes

Embark on a scenic voyage along Madagascar's Canal des Pangalanes, a serene waterway stretching over 600 miles. Traverse lush landscapes, rural villages, and tranquil lakes, experiencing the local way of life and encountering diverse wildlife, creating an immersive journey through the heart of this captivating island.

Sainte Marie Island

Sainte Marie Island, off Madagascar's northeast coast, enchants with its pristine beaches and rich pirate history. This tropical paradise offers crystal-clear waters for diving, whale watching, and a laid-back ambiance, inviting travelers to explore its natural beauty and storied past.


The Avenue of the Baobabs stands as a testament to Madagascar's stunning beauty, offering travelers an extraordinary and picturesque spectacle unlike any other.

As you venture westward, encounter Madagascar's iconic Avenue of the Baobabs, an awe-inspiring sight bridging Morondava and Belo Tsiribihina. This unpaved pathway is adorned by numerous majestic baobab trees, forming an extraordinary natural corridor. The towering ancient giants along this route craft an unparalleled and breathtaking panorama, making it an unmissable spectacle in Madagascar.


Morondava captivates visitors with its Avenue of the Baobabs, a natural marvel of ancient giants. The town's coastal allure, vibrant markets, and proximity to stunning landscapes like Kirindy Forest and Baobab Alley make it a gateway to Madagascar's natural wonders and cultural richness.

Tsiribihina River Cruise

Embarking on a Tsiribihina River cruise unveils a serene odyssey through Madagascar's heart. Drifting past lush landscapes and rustic villages, this journey immerses you in untamed beauty. A must-not-miss for those seeking tranquil adventures amidst captivating natural vistas.

Tsingy of Bemaraha National Park

The UNESCO-listed Tsingy de Bemaraha is a spellbinding maze of towering limestone formations, a natural wonderland that astounds the senses. Its intricate mineral forest, a testament to time's artistry, captivates adventurers with its mystical allure and earned global recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990.

Belo sur mer

Belo sur Mer's charm lies in its pristine beaches, traditional Vezo fishing villages, and vibrant coral reefs. This idyllic coastal haven in western Madagascar beckons with its serene ambiance, offering travelers a tranquil retreat and an authentic taste of local coastal life.