"Let’s Explore Madagascar"


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.