Hear the haunting call of the indri across the Andasibe rainforest at dawn.
Search for a variety of lemurs and other wildlife while hiking through the rainforest.
Take a bike ride through the small villages of Île Sainte-Marie.
Enjoy a picnic on one of the island’s idyllic deserted beaches.
Go whale watching off Madagascar’s eastern coast (seasonal).
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Madagascar, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Walk to the waterfalls in Amber Mountain National Park, finding chameleons as small as your thumbnail on the way.
Lie on Nosy Komba's white sandy beaches watching the local fisherman paddle past in their pirogues.
Explore the Ankarana Special Reserve at night, looking for sportive lemurs, chameleons and more.
Explore the beautiful Île Sainte-Marie by bicycle.
Dance with the Antandroy people in Ifotaka.
Search for ring-tailed lemurs in the Sacred Forest.
Unwind on the beautiful rugged coast at Anjajavy.
Seek out the wildlife in the Anjajavy Private Nature Reserve.
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Family vacations in Madagascar
Thanks to a DreamWorks film of the same name, Madagascar proves a popular choice for many children. As the animals found here are no threat to humans, you and your family are safe to explore the endless parks on foot, in search of local wildlife.View this travel guide
Honeymoons in Madagascar
Home to unique wildlife, dense rainforest and beautiful white sand beaches, Madagascar has something for the most discerning honeymooners. Add to this small, boutique hotels and great food, and your Audley tailor-made honeymoon to Madagascar won't disappoint.View this travel guide
What to do in Madagascar: our highlights guide
On a Madagascar vacation you’ll see wildlife found nowhere else on Earth. Trek through rainforests teeming with lemurs, chameleons and exotic birds, swim and snorkel with marine life or explore the island’s culture on a riverboat cruise. Africa specialist James shares his ideas.View this travel guide
Madagascar’s wildlife: A quirk of evolution
Madagascar’s forests shelter so many endemic wildlife species that visiting is like arriving on another planet. Following your guide through the trees, Indris cry overhead while chameleons lie perfectly camouflaged in the undergrowth. Africa specialist Andrew shares his wildlife experiences.View this travel guide