Madagascar is a paradise for wildlife lovers, and much of its animal life cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The chief attraction is the lemurs. Undeniably one of the most delightful and cute creatures, there are over 70 species spread throughout the country. In Perinet, we hope to see the rare Indri, the largest lemur, while in the cloud forest of Ranomafana National Park, we hope to see the rare Golden bamboo and Greater bamboo lemurs. We will go in search of Ring-tailed lemurs in Anja Reserve and have a final day in search of wildlife in Tsimanampetsotsa National Park.
- All breakfasts
- All accommodation (see below)
- All transport and listed activities
- Tour leader throughout
- Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
All breakfasts included. The food in Madagascar is generally of a good quality, particularly so at the coast where the seafood is excellent. The cuisine has been strongly influenced by the French and a three-course meal should cost 9-13 GBP (approx. . USD 16-23). A one-course lunch should cost 4-6 GBP (approx. . USD 7-11). Please allow approx. 220 GBP (approx. . USD 375) for the meals not included, plus a little more if you enjoy a drink with dinner! Malagasy lager is reasonably priced and easily available. Malagasy wine is also reasonably priced but is not to everyone's taste. It is sometimes possible to get hold of French or South African wine. A delicacy in Madagascar is the various flavoured Rum's which are widely sold and very reasonably priced.
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip? Watching lemurs as a group jumping over our heads for the first time to move to a lower cooler location in the forest. Also watching the dancing Verreaux sifakas and seeing the mouse lem…Read More