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Madagascar 28 Days.

Madagascar 28 Days

Duration: 28 Days

Discover the untouched beauty of Madagascar as you explore some of the island’s most iconic scenery and wildlife. You will be awestruck by its beauty and unspoiled landscape. Relish in the vastly unexplored areas of Madagascar, seeking adventure as you trek up rocky mountain ranges and dense rainforests! Stay in a rural village to get to the heart of the island, experience the culture and learn about the unique history of the people.

Day 1-3 Fly to Madagascar and enjoy a day or two adjusting to the different culture and preparing for the next phase of your expedition.

Day 4 Travel to the starting point of your cultural trek.

Day 5-8 Trek along remote footpaths that link the Zafimaniry villages through the lush Madagascan countryside. Take some time to speak to the locals and witness their famous woodcarving skills first-hand.

Day 9-14 Make your way on to your community project, which could be based in a rural village. You could be helping with renovations or organising activities for the local children.

Day 15-16 Head south to the little highland town of Ambalavao and visit the beautiful Anja Reserve, home to a semi-tame colony of ring-tailed lemurs. Then, travel to Fianarantsoa.

Day 17 All aboard Madagascar’s most exciting train journey! Travel from Fianarantsoa in the highlands to Manakara on the east coast past plantations, hills, rainforests and waterfalls.

Day 18 Travel up the east coast to Mananjary.Take a boat trip to the remote village of Ambohitsara. Visit the local school and church and see the Vatomasina, a holy elephant made out of stone. If you’re lucky you may even meet one of the village kings!

Day 21-22 Visit Ranomafana National Park, a misty and magical cloudforest with spectacular scenery as well as lots of lemurs and other unique wildlife!

Day 23 Travel back to Tana.

Day 24-25 Visit the twin National Parks of Andasibe and Mantadia - a naturalist’s goldmine with many rarely seen animal and plant species. You could also take part in a nocturnal walk in the Mitsinjo Reserve or visit the Lemur Sanctuary - a great way to get up close to those furry creatures!

Day 26-28 Return to Tana before flying back to the UK for your homecoming.

Religions Christian, Indigenous
Cultural Historical Interest The population of Madagascar consists of many different ethnic groups originating from all corners of the Indian Ocean.
Languages Malagasy, French, English widely understood.
Geography Mountainous, forested central spine with arid plains in the west and rainforest in the east (and sparkling beaches all around!)
Climate Hot and humid summers (winter in the northern hemisphere) and warm, dry winters. Winter highs average 22ºc.
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