This safari tour takes the participant on a unique adventure through the west of the remarkable island country of Madagascar. It visits two famous landmark destinations: The Alley of the Baobabs and the "tsingy" of Bemaraha. The Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is a "stone forest" made up of eroded jagged limestone peaks that feature vertical cliffs, caves, crevices and gorges. The word "tsingy" means "where one cannot walk barefoot". The pinnacles are home to a surprising diversity of wildlife species, including Madagascar's flagship specie, the lemur. Birds, crocodiles, and even the famous fossa can be seen here. There is a suspended rope bridge spanning a gorge in the park; crossing it is an thrilling experience for adventurous travelers. The tour also visits the legendary Alley of the Baobabs, a simple road lined with spectacular giant baobab trees, which make for breathtaking panoramas. These distinctive trees are sometimes called "upside-down" trees, with their thick trunks topped by root-like branches. The Alley is especially beautiful at sunrise and sunset. A short way away, the "Baobabs in Love" can be seen- these are two interlaced baobab trees that are the subject of local legend.

Why we like it

Totally unique nature destinations; Spectacular limestone formations and wildlife of the Tsingy; Visits world-famous Alley of the Baobabs

Quick Facts

Accommodation Type: Tour
Rates from: $150 - $300 p.p.p.d.
Group Size: Large
Max No of Guests: 30
Children Friendly: Yes
Minimum Age: 0

Tour info

Tour duration: 7 nights, 8 days
Start: Antananarivo
End: Antananarivo
Highlights Tsingy (Limestone Forest), Alley of the Baobabs
Nearest Major City Antananarivo

Park / Reserve

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Overland Tour

The Experience

Safari type

Safari Tour

Specialist Species

Sifaka Lemur

Malaria area


Suitable for

Small groups
Solo Travellers
Gallery Where Itinerary

What to Pack

What's Provided

Airport Transfers
Included activities and visits
A small bottle of mineral water per day per person during all road transfers

What to Bring

Comfortable Walking Shoes/Clothes
Other Personal Items
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