Day 1: Antananarivo - Antsirabe
Heading south through rn7. After only 40 kilometers from the capital, a multitude of Crafts Merina mark the road and decorate the landscape: sisal fibre bags, aluminium kitchen utensils, or small wooden cars. Antsirabe, the city of water, ends the day Uplands
Day 2: Antsirabe - Morondava
Departure for the Menabe region, walk along rice fields , baobabs. At noon picnic and evening dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: Morondava - Bekopaka
By midmorning, the barge landing to join a wonderful landscaping, a 30-minute walk will lead to abeautiful landscaping. Departure before noon, crossing high cliffs, the village of Berevo. A village in the vicinity, will join us in the evening, and a feast with songs and pods will be held in honor of the guests.
Day 4: Bekopaka
This day, you will explore the Tsingys of Bemaraha which have been classified as World Heritage since 1990 by UNESCO. Its sharpened peaks which form the calcareous massif reach up to 30 meters. At the same time, the diversity of the fauna and flora form the landscape (Park Fee includes)
Day 5: Bekopaka - Morondava
After breakfast, you will go back to Morondava by taking the junction of the road from the Baobabs in love to the Alley of Baobab. The baobab trees are specific to the area and Madagascar boasts six species out of the eight existing worldwide. After appreciating the beautiful sunset, you will continue to Morondava.
Day 6: Morondava - Manja
Head to Belo sur Mer, through dry dense forest, and grassland dotted with villages. At Belo you'll cross the river by ferry then continue on the track until you reach Morondava. Spend the night in a hotel, free to enjoy your final. Arrival in the village in the evening then check-in to the hotel.
Day 7: Manja - Andavadoaka
Early departure to Andavadoaka, the straight road continues to out of sight. Cross the beautiful Savannah landscape and view baobabs, and Antadroy and Mahafaly tombs. In the afternoon, visit the shellfish market, and take a city tour
Day 8: Andavadoaka
Two free days to organize various aquatics activities: excursions,snorkeling, visit of Ambatomilo village, sand, dunes ...Relaxation to the beach under sun of Madagascar.
Day 9: Andavadoaka - Ifaty
We continue our adventure always on the sandy track. Between the seaside and lagoons sings various birds that bring you into another dream world.
Day 10: Ifaty – Isalo
This national park is one of Madagascar’s best-known rainforest wildlife hot spots. Isalo consist largely of steep, forested slopes over which there are well-designed trails. Some lead to lookout points from where views are mesmerizing. Besides all the beautiful lemurs and other wildlife, leeches are common in this park.
The guide will do his best to show you many species of lemurs, reptiles, birds and insects. During night walks, the guide takes you to a clearing where he pins slices of banana onto branches for the mouse lemurs, and leave scraps of chicken for the Malagasy striped civets.
Day 11: Isalo
Stay 2 days in Isalo to relax and explore this majestic park, by visiting the Canyon then the Piscine Noire and Bleu, the end of afternoon you will arrive at the parking place in where the driver waiting for you to drive back to the hotel
Day 12: Isalo – Ambositra
Departure in the morning to Ambositra, capital of beautiful betsileo fabrics sometimes fringed with small pearls, and antemoro paper handcrafted from bark. The visit of a workshop is scheduled as well as that of a winery, the region of Betsileo is also a high place of Malagasy wines. Don't forget to photograph the pretty houses with floor timbers, very characteristic of this locality.
Day 13: Ambositra-Antananarivo
For the last day of your trip to Madagascar, go on an excursion to Antsirabe to immerse yourself in the Highland atmosphere. The city has preserved beautiful houses of Merina style as well as some colonial buildings, including the thermal establishment.Then comes the time to visit the local artisans : a workshop of cutting of semi-precious stones, an embroidery workshop and a artisanal confectionery are on your way. After lunch, you take the road towards the capital, Antananarivo, with a stop in Ambatolampy which is the capital of the manufacture of aluminum cookers... don't forget to bring one in your luggage as a souvenir of your trip to Madagascar
Day 14: Antananarivo
Departure for international Flight
At your Hotel in the capital city
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