Best of Madagascar Wildlife

Best of Madagascar Wildlife

Best Time to Visit

Madagascar is best visited during the dry season, from May to November. December to March is the cyclone season, so we generally avoid visiting during that period. July to November is a good time for whales, and October is the best month for seeing lemur babies.

Tour Duration

12 Days

Tour Focus

Our main focus is on the spectacular wildlife of Madagascar (such as lemurs and chameleons), birdlife, culture, landscapes and photography.

Tour overview

This 12-day safari has been designed to provide nature lovers and photographers with a superlative wildlife experience of Madagascar - perfect for first time visitors! On this tour we visit the best known National Parks on the island and encounter an exceptional diversity of fauna and flora - from the "Indri indri" (Madagascar’s largest lemur) to endemic reptiles, fascinating chameleons, colourful frogs and unusual insects, as well as some of Madagascar’s most spectacular birdlife. We also explore the Isalo National Park, with its beautiful sandstone formations, and we have incorporated some interesting cultural experiences along the way. The accommodation we have selected is the most upmarket possible in each area. If you have sufficient time, we suggest adding trip extensions to Morondava (for Baobab Alley), the Tsingy and Berenty Reserve (for Dancing Sifakas), or consider adding our Island-hopping extension before or after this tour.


  • Andasibe-Mantadia National Park
  • Vakona Forest Park
  • Analamazaotra National Park
  • Landscape of the Highlands/ Rice Terraces
  • Ranomafana National Park
  • The Tsaranoro Valley
  • Zombitse National Park
  • Isalo National Park
  • “Piscine naturelle”
  • Arboretum Antsokay
  • Ifaty Beach


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