Endangered Madagascar - Northern Explorer


Endangered Madagascar - Northern Explorer

Style: PioneerGroundbreaking tours to unique destinations
Duration: 18 days
Type: GroupSmall group tours with a maximum of 12 travellers

Experience a different side to Madagascar with an off the beaten track journey to the North of this enigmatic island continent. On our travels we encounter Madagascar’s unique wildlife at national parks like Ankarafantsika, Amber Mountain, the remarkable Tsingy d'Ankarana and the little visited and utterly spectacular rainforests of Marojejy National Park which cannot even be reached by road. Here we hope to see  the critically endangered Silky Sifaka with less than 200 individuals thought to remain in the wild. We will spend 3 nights camping or staying in basic huts in this wonderful wilderness. During this adventure we will hope to see some of incredible endemic flora and fauna and learn about the efforts to save some of  the incredible species that exist in this remarkable country. You will also get to meet the friendly Malagasy people – one of the true highlights of a visit to this intriguing part of Africa.

Tour Rating 

Fitness ●●●●○ | Off the Beaten Track ●●●●○ | Culture ●●●○○ | History ●●●○○ | Wildlife ●●●●●


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