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DAY TOUR TO AMPEFY VILLAGE

7: 30Am

Depart from your hotel at to begin the 120 km drive west of the capital. About half an hour outside the capital we will stop at the Lemurs Park, a super private reserve where we will be able to see from a very close range of 9 different species of lemurs including (Black and white ruffed Lemur, Coquerel’s Sifaka, Eastern Lesser Bamboo, and Ring-Tailed Lemur). After a guided visit, we will continue west towards Analavory then turn north towards the Geysers of Andranomandroatra.

11: 30Am

We then head south to the village of Ampefy where we will have lunch before visiting the splendid waterfall where you will learn this area story and photograph this wonderful landscapes. By the story, the place name was called Antafofo. That name changed when a settler who came to live on the scene lost his daughter named Lily in the fall. She fell into the water while playing on the edges. The fall of the Lily is a splendid landscape not to be missed in Madagascar.

4:00 Pm

After all visit, we will heading back to drive on the same road to Antananarivo. You will arrive at your Hotel by the late afternoon depending on traffic. End of our services


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TOUR HIGLIGHT

  • Guided Visit at Lemur’s Park
  • Adventure outside the city
  • Spot variety of landscapes and hike to the natural Geyser
  • Take walk at Lily Waterfall and taste the local food.

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VISIT THE CAPITAL CITY

Day 1: ANTANANARIVO

We will have a look at Praiminister Rainlairiviny Palace who governed the island kingdom in the late 19th century. The building currently serves as a Museum and the estimated 1,466 objects of historical importance to the Kingdom of Madagascar that were rescued from the 1995 fire at the Rova of Antananarivo are housed here. Then we will head down to visit the oldest cathedral of FJKM, the first church created in Antananarivo. After few minute break in church, we will take you out from the center to join the private park called Tsarasaotra. It is the smallest and only private park to be classified RAMSAR (International Convention on Wetlands). The reserve is an important refuge and breeding ground for 14 threatened endemic bird species including Miller’s duck and Madagascar little grebe. It’s the only place on the highland where you can observe the endangered Madagascar birds. After the visit, then we will head out back on the mine road to cross to the center to visis the local open market where you will see the unique local wood craft for a souvenirs and see the local Malagasy life. You will be accompany by local expert Tour guide during the visit, to give you a maximum information about the city story and about all you want to know. The Tour will finish after lunch somewhere at the restaurant. Will drop you back to your Hotel. End of Our services!


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VISIT THE CAPITAL CITY OF MADAGASCAR

Antananarivo was historically the capital of the Merina people, who continue to form the majority of the city's 1,275,207 (2018 Census[2]) inhabitants. The surrounding urban areas have a total metropolitan population approaching three million. All eighteen Malagasy ethnic groups, as well as residents of Chinese, Indian, European and other origins, are represented in the city. It was founded circa 1610, when the Merina King Andrianjaka (1612–1630) expelled the Vazimba inhabitants of the village of Analamanga. Declaring it the site of his capital, Andrianjaka built a rova (fortified royal dwelling) that expanded to become the royal palaces of the Kingdom of Imerina. The city retained the name Analamanga until the reign of King Andriamasinavalona (1675–1710), who renamed it Antananarivo ("City of the Thousand") in honor of Andrianjaka's soldiers..


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MASOALA ADVENTURE TOUR

Day 1: ANTANANARIVO –MANTASOA VILLAGE

Hotel or Airport Pick up. -Drive to Mantasoa 60km east of the capital. -Excursion on the lake (sky, kayak) and others. -Evening on fire camp managed by the hotel with a local show. Night at the Hotel.

Day 2: MANTASOA - KING PALACE - TSARASAOTRA RESERVE.

- Drive out to the king's Palace where the first king and his wife lived. There you will learn the Royale story of the popular strong King named “Andrianampihinierina”. - Continuous to Tsarasaotra where you will spot the endemic bird species such as Madagascan crab-eating heron and Miller’s duck, with endangered species that cannot be admired everywhere. Night & Dinner at Hotel.

Day 3: QUEEN'S PALACE - ANALAKELY-DIG MARKET.

-Climb up to the central hill to visit the Queen's Palace with an expert local guide. -Walk down to the center then walk through the independence avenue to the old Train station. -Drive out to visit the open woodcraft market for unique souvenirs before drop you off at the Airport to Home. End of my services!


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LAKE MANTASOA

Mantasoa, originally "Soatsimanampiovana" which means "unchanging beauty", it is also the village of Jean Laborde, a Frenchman who ran aground on the east coast of Madagascar before building an industrial city in 1837. He imagined and created an artificial lake to regulate the course of the river. The dams were used, among other things, to protect the plain and rice fields from flooding. The reservoir was used to operate carpentry, foundry, ironwork, earthenware, stationery and soap workshops. This man is a great historical figure in Madagascar because he created a lot of jobs, which served the population a lot. We left to visit the village with a local guide.


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