The Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, which is only three hours from Antananarivo, will delight young and old alike. Go deep into the forest and discover exceptional nature. Day or night, you will not fail to come across lemurs perched at the top of their trees who will come to greet you…
This Potential Tour starts from the capital city of Antananarivo and then drives through the center East to Andasibe where you will be surrounded by nature and wildlife, lemurs species include Indri-indri, reptiles, and animals in their natural home. Cross to Ampefy village where you will be in the middle of the volcanic area, covered by the local field and highland tribe small village. This Tour is recommended for those who love quiet & calm, inspire by the countryside view, curious about the local culture and old stories. The visit includes all attractions and visits at Ampefy village including Geyser, Lily Waterfall, ilots de la verge, and more. At the end of our course, we will drive you to visit the central capital city of Antananarivo and walk through Analakely to Independence Avenue before transferring you back to your hotel.
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This one-month vacation around Madaagscar will take an in-depth journey into what makes this island nation so incredible. You’ll be lazing on white-sand beaches, exploring tropical rainforests, and spending time with a huge variety of local wildlife, including the chameleon – the island’s most popular animal inhabitant. Madagascar’s wildlife has developed in isolation for millions of years, and the vast majority is endemic to the island as a result.There are 33 species of lemur and you’ll have an opportunity to meet them as you travel the country visiting remote national parks, pristine beaches, winding rivers, towns, and cities with a culture all their own.