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RED ISLAND ADVENTURES MADAGASCAR

BAOBAB SUNSET AND TSINGY OF BEMARAHA

Detailed program

Day 01: Flight to Antananarivo

After arriving in Antananarivo (or Tana, as it is known by the locals), you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel.

Day 02: Antananarivo - Antsirabe

Drive to Antsirabe, as soon as leave the capital, enjoy the terraced rice fields dotted with brick`s kiln and local handcrafts on the roadsides. You will pass through Ambatolampy village, where you the opportunity to visit the aluminium pot atelier. The Antsirabe town is busy by the colourful pousse-pousse (rickshaw), the main local transport there. Looking around the city, Antsirabe is famous for its hot spring water as well as for being a summer city for Europeans in the XIX and XX centuries with the hotel des thermes, a city architectural heritage. You will visit handicrafts workplaces where zebu horns, tin are recycled into decoration items
Overnight in Antsirabe
*Royal Palace
*Soa Guest House
*Vatolahy hotel
*Chambre Voyageur

Day 03: Antsirabe - Morondava

Enjoy the overland journey to Morondava. On the way you pass by undulating country side before reaching Miandrivazo, a gateway the western region of Madagascar as well as a starting point for rivertrip on the Tsiribihina River. As you get close to Morondava, baobab trees appear among the rice fields.
Overnight in Morondava
* Palissandre cote ouest
* Chez Maggie
* Trecicogne
* Reniala

Day 04: Morondava - Bekopaka

Leave Morondava and head for Bekopaka village. You will drive on a dusty road through spiny bushes, baobab forest and savannah.. On the way you will cross two rivers Tsiribihina and Manambolo on ferries before reaching Bekopaka village the gateway to Tsingy national park a UNESCO world heritage.
Overnight in Bekopaka
* Soleil du Tsingy
* Olympe du Bemaraha
* Orchidee du Bemaraha * Tanankoay

Days 05 : Visit of Tsingy of Bemaraha

You will discover the big Tsingy of Bemaraha National park, the big is located at 17 km from the village and the afternoon will be dedicated for the small and the Manambolo Gorge`s, which close the village of Bekopaka
The Tsingy de Bemaraha is among the most wonderful National Park to be visited in Madagascar. This is the biggest protected area of the island and is classified a Natural World Heritage by Unesco. Among the most spectacular sites to be visited in this park is the Big Tsingy with its different hikes and walk through caves and labyrinths. There are cable robes, rocky steps, steel ladders and even a suspension bridge over one of the canyons. In the forest canyons, the Tsingy de Bemaraha has its endemic species among the Madagascar wildlife: the Decken’sSifakas, the Schlegel’s Asity…
Overnight in Bekopaka
* Soleil du Tsingy
* Olympe du Bemaraha
* Orchidee du Bemaraha
* Tanankoay

Day 06: Bekopaka - Morondava

Back to Morondava pass through the savannah with adobe villages. On the way you will have several stops at the sacred Baobab then to the baobab in love. Before end the day, enjoy sundowners at the world famous baobab avenue while shooting the breathtaking sunset. Throughout the world there is eight species of baobab and Madagascar homes six of them including the Adansonia Grandidieri along this baobab avenue. It can reach 800 years old with height of 98 feet.
Overnight in Morondava
* Palissandre cote ouest
* Chez Maggie
* Trecicogne
* Reniala

Day 07: Morondava - Antananarivo

Fly back to the capital. If time allows, city tour include handicraft market.
Overnight in Antananarivo
*Palissandre
*Sakamanga
*Lokanga

Day 08: Antananarivo - Flight to your country

Transfer for an outbound flight at Ivato International Airport and we say you goodbye.

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