This tour showcases the bewildering array of unique wildlife Madagascar has to offer. Visit Andasibe National Park, home to the island's largest lemur, the rare indri, and you will hear its distinctive call from the canopies of the rainforest. You can also expect to see other species of lemur including the sifaka, and black and white ruffed lemurs. Besides lemurs, you will encounter bizarre looking bugs, endemic frogs and chameleons. The night walk reveals other species of lemur and other nocturnal wildlife. Move on to Akanin'ny Nofy where you will get to do a guided walk on Aye Aye Island named after one of Madagascar's most elusive lemurs. Admire the beautiful orchids in the Palmarium, which are at their best in November. Take the boat to the idyllic island of Ile Sainte Marie where you can spot more lemurs and the rarest orchid in the world, the Queen of Madagascar. During season you can also watch whales coming to the region to breed.
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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