To visit Madagascar is to visit a ‘lost continent’. A land geographically isolated and filled with unique wildlife, plants and an astoundingly diverse landscape including rainforests, spiny forests, deserts, mountains and canyons.
Madagascar is rightly famous for its wildlife. Where else can you hear the eerie wail of the Indri lemur across the misty rainforest? Chameleons, birds, frogs, butterflies, geckos, spiders, Malagasy boa constrictors and a myriad other creatures endemic to Madagascar are all feasible sightings on any well planned holiday to the island.
In addition to the fantastic wildlife, there is much for the active traveller and expedition groups too, with multi-day trekking holidays and river trips, hikes across baking rocks in Madagascar's ‘grand canyon’, as well as snorkelling, diving and relaxing on magnificent Indian Ocean beaches while fishermen row by in pirogues.
The friendly Malagasy people are a unique mix of African and Asian ethnicity with 18 distinct tribal groups. There are numerous opportunities to meet remote communities who will introduce you to their sacred forests and the treasures they offer.
We arrange tailor-made wildlife holidays to Madagascar, as well as adventurous school expeditions, small group adventure holidays and more.