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1000 Views of Madagascar - 11 Days

Non-participation small group Safari - 10 Nights / 11 Days

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Lemur Baobab Trees, Madagascar Barra Reef Whale
Tour code: VM

11 Days from and to Antananarivo: This is an island waiting to be explored. Discover the best of Madagascar during this fascinating eleven-day tour with lemurs, colourful tribes, tropical beaches, bustling markets and ever-changing scenery. Begin your adventure in Tana and travel through unspoilt nature, the dense forests of Andasibe, the eroded hills of Antsirabe, Fianarantsoa, Isalo National Park, Ifaty and Tulear.

Departs: Antananarivo, Madagascar.
Ends: Antananarivo, Madagascar.
Group size: Minimum 2 guest and Maximum 10 guests.

This safari is run on scheduled dates throughout the year, but can also be tailor–made to meet your dates, time period and group size. (See pricing for both options below).

Summary
• A true African experience - wild and free!
• All inclusive trip with cultural experience, adventure and wildlife.
• Victoria Falls, Moremi Game Reserve, Savuti & Chobe National Park.

Highlights
• Antananarivo, Andasibe National Park, Antsirabe, Ambositra, Ranomafana National Park, Ambalavao, Isalo National Park, Ifaty.

Overnights
• The accommodation throughout this classic journey is of 3- to 4-star style and are chosen not only for their service and comfort level, but also for their wonderful locations and local wildlife viewing opportunities.
• All rooms have private en-suite facilities.
• For the 2 nights in central Chobe NP we stay in mini meru tents. Each tent has twin camp beds with linen and en suite chemical toilet and bucket shower with hot water off the fire.

Meals
• 8 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 7 dinners are included. All of which are provided by the lodges at which we are staying.
• Due to travel arrangements or game viewing activities, the included lunches will be picnic lunches.
• Where meals are not included there will be an opportunity to buy a meal en route or at the a restaurant in the evening.

SCHEDULED SAFARI PRICING  CLICK TO SEE DEPARTURE DATES

2017
CLASSIC ACCOMMODATION (2/3-Star Hotels)

SAFARI COST: $1,985 per person sharing.
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: $485
CHILD SHARING (under 12):
$685

SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION (3/4-Star Hotels)
SAFARI COST: $2,710 per person sharing.
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: $875
CHILD SHARING (under 12):
$1,505

INTERNAL AIRFARE (Per person priced from): $330

Note: For 2-3 guests a supplement is payable should you require a specialist guide to accompany you throughout the tour (excluding days 9 & 10).
Malagasy drivers speak basic English & have general knowledge of history, culture and the fauna & flora in Madagascar.
An ENG speaking guide is included in the 4-10 guests rate.

Note: All rates are subject to change according to rate of exchange fluctuations.
Internal flights should be booked in conjunction with international flights, rates are subject to class, availability and changes.

 

PRIVATE SAFARI PRICING

2017
CLASSIC ACCOMMODATION (2/3-Star Hotels)
SAFARI COST 1 GUEST ALONE: $3,500
SAFARI COST 2-3 GUESTS: $1,985 per person sharing.
SAFARI COST 4-5 GUESTS: $1,570 per person sharing.
SAFARI COST 6-7 GUESTS: $1,470 per person sharing.
SAFARI COST 8 GUESTS: $1,380 per person sharing.
Supplement for ENG speaking guide: $875 (to be split amongst the group).
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: $485
CHILD SHARING (under 12):
$685

SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION (3/4-Star Hotels)
SAFARI COST 1 GUEST ALONE: $4,610
SAFARI COST 2-3 GUESTS: $2,710 per person sharing.
SAFARI COST 4-5 GUESTS: $2,290 per person sharing.
SAFARI COST 6-7 GUESTS: $2,190 per person sharing.
SAFARI COST 8 GUESTS: $2,100 per person sharing.
Supplement for ENG speaking guide: $875 (to be split amongst the group).
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: $405
CHILD SHARING (under 12):
$1,505

INTERNAL AIRFARE (Per person priced from): $330

Note: A supplement is payable should you require a specialist guide to accompany you throughout the tour (excluding days 9 & 10).
Malagasy drivers speak basic English & have general knowledge of history, culture and the fauna & flora in Madagascar.

Note: All rates are subject to change according to rate of exchange fluctuations.
Internal flights should be booked in conjunction with international flights, rates are subject to class, availability and changes.

 

1000 Views of Madagascar map


DAY 1; (1 Night)
ANTANANARIVO - ANDASIBE, Madagascar  [Bungalows / Hotel]

Markets in AntanarivoOn arrival in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, you will be welcomed and provided with assistance by one of our friendly staff. After a short briefing, we will drive to Andasibe through the green and luxuriant vegetation of the east. This first step brings us to a very humid part of the country with many primary forests and lakes. Along the way we will see Merina villages in the rocky mountains. We arrive at Andasibe around 18h00 and check-in to the hotel. This evening, we depart from the hotel at approximately 19h00 on a night walk in the area of Andasibe to observe night active lemurs and other nocturnal animals. We return to the hotel where we overnight.


Distance:
150 kms
Overnight:
Grace Lodge or similar (bungalows with en-suite bathrooms, verandah).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Andasibe Hotel or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms & veranda).
Meals: N/A.


DAY 2; (1 Night)
NATURAL RESERVE OF ANDASIBE, Madagascar
  [Bungalows / Hotel]

Children in AndasibeDay 2 starts with a morning visit to the Special Reserve of Andasibe to see the Indri Indri, the largest lemurs on the island. This 810 ha reserve is unique with its endemic fauna and flora and contains a wide variety of orchids, canopy, and endemic animals like chameleons tenrecs, and many birds. After the visit we walk through the orchid park to admire the beautiful flowers. In the afternoon, we visit Andasibe village, which is typical of the Betsimisaraka (“The-Many-Inseparables”) community, the second largest tribe on the island who are known to cultivate rice and live mainly off the forest. This short visit gives us insight to the local people, to see how they live and what they eat. We overnight at the same hotel.


Overnight:
Grace Lodge or similar (bungalows with en-suite bathrooms, verandah).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Andasibe Hotel or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms & veranda).
Meals:
Breakfast.

DAY 3;  (1 Night)
ANDASIBE - ANTSIRABE, Madagascar   [Hotel]

Lemur in Andasibe National ParkWe drive back to Tana, and head south to Antsirabe, across the highland landscape with its beautiful rice fields on display. The spectacular eroded hills called "lavaka" remind us of the Far East with its rice fields and green landscape with vegetables and fruit trees. We stop in Ambatolampy for a quick visit to this huge agricultural city, also recognised as a source of aluminium. Arrival in Antsirabe is around 17h00. "The place of salt" is an elegant city and known as the centre of the beer industry - we can smell the Star Brewery as we enter the town! Founded by Norwegians in 1856, it is the only place which really feels and looks like a European city. It has a temperate climate and therefore fruit and vegetables which grow in colder climates, are found in Antsirabe.


Distance: 309 kms
Overnight:
Chambres du Voyageur, Couleur Cafe or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Royal Palace Hotel, Flower Palace Hotel or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Meals:
Breakfast.


DAY 4;  (1 Night)
ANTSIRABE TO RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, Madagascar   [Hotel]

Chameleon in Ranomafana National ParkAfter breakfast we drive to Ambositra, the centre of Madagascar's wood carving industry. The highlands are characterized by its architecture: The houses are made with ornately carved wooden balconies and shutters with bright colours. Further on we pass the "le col de tapia", a type of tree resistant to bush fires. The landscape is still dominated by rice fields, pine forests, eucalyptus trees and rocky mountains. We turn off from the main road to reach our destination for the day: Ranomafana National Park.


Distance: 250 kms
Overnight:
Centrest, Chez Gaspard or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Setam Lodge, or similar (room with en-suite bathroom).
Meals:
Breakfast.


DAY 5;  (1 Night)
RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, Madagascar   [Hotel]

Centrest Hotel, MadagascarThe approximately 40,000 ha of Parc National de Ranomafana with its rain forest covered hills and abundant wildlife, has long been considered one of Madagascar's highlights, and is one of the country's national parks most heavily visited. Its entrance lies about 7 km from Ranomafana village and altitudes in the park range from 800 m to 1200 m. In addition to its densely forested hills, Ranomafana?s terrain is characterised by numerous small streams which plummet down to the beautiful Namorona River. Although much of the region has been logged, the easternmost part of the park retains relatively large areas of primary forest. You will go for long walks in the National Park spotting some of the lemurs, chameleons and other animals.


Overnight: Centrest, Karibotel or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Setam Lodge, or similar (room with en-suite bathroom).
Meals:
Breakfast.


DAY 6; (1 Night)
FIANARANTSOA - ISALO, Madagascar   [Hotel]

Isalo Paper FactoryReturning on the road we came on, we leave Ranomafana and pass Fianarantsoa "the city where one learns good things." It is the gate to the South, the capital of the Betsileo tribes and the centre of the catholic religion. Most of the best schools in the country are also found here. We then head southwards, with our first stop in Ambalavao to visit a wine industry for wine tasting. Ambalavao is the centre of wine industry - the climate is said not to be ideal for grape vines, but it is a tradition left by the priests and monks who lived in the area of Fianarantsoa. Still in Ambalavao, we visit the "Anteimoro Paper Factory" which is a vestige of the Arabian civilisation on the island.

We continue to Ihosy the capital of the Bara tribes, who are shepherds of Zebu, and further on pass through the mountain chain of Andringitra, which serves as a transition between the dry south and green highlands with its famous "3 hillocks" and its huge "archbishop's cape". Along the way we will see from afar a spectacular huge granite dome with twin rock towers called „the gate of the south?, which in fact marks the end of the highland and the beginning of the south. The "Bishop's hat" is another noticeable, imposing formation and a sacred location for the local people - a place where their ancestors chose a collective suicide rather than to give in to the Merina tribes. We then pass through the huge "Plateaux de Horombe" with its very deep red soil, which reminds us of "the no man's land" and we arrive in Isalo.


Distance: 355 kms
Overnight:
Isalo Ranch, L’Orchidée De L’Isalo or similar (rooms with e-suite bathrooms, restaurant).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Jardin du Roy, Isalo Rock Lodge or similar (room with en-suite bathroom & air-conditioning).
Meals:
Breakfast.


DAY 7;  (1 Night)
ISALO, Madagascar   [Hotel]

Isalo National ParkToday, we will visit and hike in the Isalo National Park. The park covers an area of 81,540 ha, comprising of the entire stretch of the Isalo massif. This huge mountain is very spectacular with its eroded sandstone elevations. After a 10 minute drive from Ranohira village, we park our car and walk about 1½ hour to reach the Natural Swimming Pool. Along the way we will see vegetation like Uapaca bojeri, Pachypodium rosulatum or „elephant's foot? and Aloe isaloensis, a native species of aloe endemic to Isalo. The eroded mountains also served as a place where the Bara kept their dead before they could bury them in their actual tombs.

We start our climb and reach the massif after walking about 20 minutes, where we will have a spectacular view of the huge sandstone mountains with its beautiful colours and its strange and battered formations creating many different images like "the tortoise", "the masks" and "the crocodiles". We see small streams of water, and rivers which are marked by lines of brilliant green, generally made up of numerous Pandanus pulcher and the delicate, slim-stemmed, feathery leaved palm Chrysalidocarpus isaloensis. Along the way, there may be sifakas, brown lemurs and ring-tailed lemurs, as well as fifty-five species of birds, lizards and snakes. We finally reach the swimming pool, with its crystal clear water - a great reward after a long and very hot walk.


Overnight: Isalo Ranch, L’Orchidée De L’Isalo or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Jardin du Roy, Isalo Rock Lodge or similar (room with en-suite bathroom & air-conditioning).
Meals:
Breakfast.


DAY 8;  (1 Night)
ISALO TO IFATY, Madagascar   [Hotel]

Baobab in TulearAfter breakfast, we continue to Tuléar, the terminal of the National Road N° 7. This part of our journey brings us to new scenery among the dry forests of the west and the spiny desert of the south. On the way, we admire the different „Mahafaly tombs? and the "Antandroy tombs". After a short visit of Tuléar we drive to Ifaty, which lies about 27 km from Tuléar. Due to the bad condition of the road, it will take us about 2½ hours to reach Ifaty, the driest part of the country. Situated in the Deep South, the landscape is dominated by the cactus-like, spiny forest of different euphorbiaceae and didieraceae. We will cross the dry and sandy soil where the local people battle to find drinking water. Mangrove trees line the coast alternated by Vezo communities which earn their living from fishing. We will see many small pirogues with men who go out fishing twice a day, while children and women wait on the coast to collect the fish before taking them to Tuléar for sale.


Distance: 265 kms
Overnight:
Hotel de la Plage, Hotel Princesse du Lagon or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Le Paradisier, Les Dunes D’Ifaty or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Meals:
Breakfast.


DAY 9;  (1 Night)
IFATY, Madagascar   [Hotel]

Ifaty BeachIfaty lies on the beach. It is therefore an ideal place for diving and snorkelling and a popular place for birdwatchers. Here you can also experience the Vezo fishermen's life. Many excursions are possible on this leisure day. Visit the "Reserve Domergue", a communal conservation area where one will see two kinds of baobabs, spiny bush, reptiles like "boa madagascariensis", geckos and the "chameleon parsoni", which is one of the largest chameleons in the world. You can also take a boat trip to see whales. From July to mid September, whales come to the cool seas of Madagascar to give birth to their young. It is a spectacular experience, and it is possible to see the whales very near to the boat. Situated in the largest lagoon of the country, Ifaty is also protected by a large coral reef, which makes it an ideal place for diving and snorkelling. In the afternoon we can walk to the village of Mangily to visit a local school and experience the Vezo fishermen's way of life, especially as they return from fishing.


Overnight:
Hotel de la Plage, Hotel Princesse du Lagon or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Le Paradisier, Les Dunes D’Ifaty or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Meals:
Breakfast.


DAY 10;  (1 Night)
IFATY - TULEAR - TANA, Madagascar   [Hotel]

Spices and Markets in TanaEarly in the morning at around 6h00 we transfer to the airport for the flight back to Tana. After check-in at the hotel, you have the afternoon free to explore and to do some sightseeing. The capital of Madagascar is also called the "City of Thousands" and it is where the first King started to unify the different kingdoms of the island. Tana was built in three stages: The high city, the first area occupied during the regal period where the old queen's palace is situated; the mid-city, where all the chic boutiques of the capital are found; and then the low city, which is the commercial area of the town. Walk from the high city to see the Rova, the queen's palace, and the house of the first minister during these days, which is now a museum. All of these were built by Frenchman Jean Laborde during the royal period. The mid-city, or the administration area, ends at the Rainiharo tombs and the lower town is situated in the main avenue called "L'avenue de l'independence" dominated by the railway station.


Distance: 20 kms
Overnight: Residence Lapasoa, Rova Hotel or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Upgraded Accommodation:
Hotel Carlton, Palissandre Hotel & Spa or similar (rooms with en-suite bathrooms).
Meals:
Breakfast.


DAY 11; 
TANA, Madagascar   [TOUR ENDS]

Madagascar AirportToday is the end of our tour and you will be transferred to the airport for your onward flight.


Overnight: N/A
Meals:
Breakfast.

Note: The accommodation specified in the itinerary is a guide only and is subject to availability. Alternatives will be nearby and of a similar standard.

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Included
Accommodation based on bed & breakfast basis in twin sharing room, all group transfers and transport mentioned in the program, an English-speaking guide (4 clients +) until day 9, specialist local guides in the national park as per program, all excursions mentioned in the program, all entrance fees.

Excluded
All excursions not mentioned in the program, bottled water, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages, laundry, international flights, flight from Tuléar to Tana, visas and travel insurance, all lunches, dinners, personal items. (Flights from/to Johannesburg can be arranged by Eyes on Africa).

Departure
When arriving in Antananarivo in the morning of day 1 of the tour, you will be picked up from the airport and embark on your tour. Should you arrive prior to day 1, pre-tour accommodation can be arranged and you will be picked up from your hotel on the morning of day 1 (Pick up time will be confirmed on arrival).

Transport
A minibus is used for group tours.

Accommodation
Accommodation will be in basic Hotels. Please note that Madagascar is a country which is in its infancy when it comes to tourism. Accommodation is limited so all the above mentioned accommodation are subject to availability and we reserve the right to change these using similar accommodation of the same standards. The Hotels used are simple & clean and of basic standard, with bathrooms en-suite. Please note that there is an option for an upgrade to a higher standard of accommodation. For this option, please contact us.

Meals
Breakfast is included throughout the tour. Half board and full board meal options are available at additional expense.

Visas
A visa is required to enter the territory of Madagascar: Tourists staying in Madagascar for less than 90 days will be able to receive a free visa upon arrival. Please check if your passport is still valid (at least 6 months before expiry date). You can easily obtain a visa at the airport of Antananarivo. Please note that, to get a visa at the airport, you do not need to bring photographs.

Information on Areas Visited
MADAGASCAR
Madagascar is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, off the eastern coast of Africa. Madagascar is the 4th largest island in the world. It is the home of five percent of the world's plant and animal species, 80 per cent of them unique to Madagascar. Most famous among those are the lemurs. Madagascar and Mauritania are the only countries not to use a decimal currency. Its teeming fertile forests and geographical isolation have served to preserve and propagate 'nature's design laboratory' in a mix found nowhere else on earth. Madagascar's forests are a shimmering, seething mass of a trillion stems and dripping leaves.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo, better known in the short version Tana, is the bustling capital of Madagascar with about 2,000,000 inhabitants. Situated in the high plateau, the city was founded in 1610 by a Malagasy King. To protect the newly gained territory he left 1000 men behind and that?s how Antananarivo got its name (town of 1000).

It has developed to a quite interesting city with a lot of contrasts. Considering Tana habits the country?s major international airport, most visitors will find themselves at least passing through the city. But you should spend some days here and explore the city, visit the market places and Roya. Roya is a palace and one of the main features of Tana. It is built on the highest hill and can be seen from for tens of kilometres in any direction.

Andasibe National Park
Parc National d'Andasibe-Mantadia with its 12,810ha encompasses two distinct areas: the small Réserve Spéciale d'Analamazaotra (often referred to as Périnet, its colonial-era name, or simply as the Indri Reserve) in the south by Andasibe; and the much larger Parc National de Mantadia to the north. The park is easily accessed from Antananarivo and is a popular stop on tourist itineraries. The Réserve d'Analamazaotra - which is where most visitors come - gets crowded on weekends, but is usually much calmer during the week. It also tends to fill up during late July and August, Madagascar?s tourist high season.

Topographically, the area is characterised by low hills covered by degraded forest and dotted with a few small, attractive lakes. The best times to visit are from September to January, and in May.

Antsirabe
Antsirabe is a large Malagasy city with about 110 000 inhabitants. It is very lovely place with nice little shops selling typical Malagasy artefacts and handicrafts. To explore the cities and its sights you can ask one of the many pousse-pousse drivers who will bring you through the city for a fair price.

Very popular are the thermal springs and baths. They are situated next to Lac Ranomafana and are the perfect spot to relax while getting some body massages. The countryside of Antsirabe is very beautiful as well and a rich agricultural area. Explore the vineyards or visit the lakes west of the town to go swimming. Lac Andraikiba is a large lake and provides you many quiet areas while Lac Tritiva is smaller and busier but more scenic.

Ambositra
Surrounded by scenic countryside, Ambositra is the centre of Madagascar?s woodcarving industry. The rural style houses are built with ornately carved wooden balconies and shutters. An abundant choice of carved figures are available to purchase.

Ranomafana
Ranomafana National Park was created in 1991, after the golden bamboo lemur was discovered there in 1986. Located 445 kilometres south of Antananarivo and 65 kilometres east of Fianarantsoa, this beautiful reserve protects a humid rainforest that is teeming with a vast array of wildlife. In addition to the golden bamboo lemur, other lemur species include the greater bamboo lemur, the red-bellied lemur, the grey bamboo lemur, Milne-Edwards sifaka, the red fronted brown lemur, the sportive lemur, the black-and-white ruffed lemur, the greater dwarf lemur, and the brown mouse lemur. Ranomafana also hosts the fanaloka, the eastern ring-tailed mongoose, the red forest rat, the eastern avahi, and ring-tailed mongoose. Present but hard to see are fossa and the aquatic tenrec.

Many reptile and frog species can be found at Ranomafana, including Parson?s chameleon, Madagascar tree boa, three leaf-tailed geckos, the day gecko Phelsuma quadriocellata (common) and numerous frogs. The National Park of Ranomafana is arguably the best Malagasy rainforest for birding, hosting blue coua, red-fronted coua, Pollen?s vanga, Tylas, velvet asity, sunbird asity, pitta-like ground roller, scaly ground roller, short-legged ground roller, rufous-headed ground roller, brown mesite, Henst?s goshawk, Madagascar flufftail, slender-billed flufftail, forest rock-thrush, collared nightjar, common jery, green jery.

Fianarantsoa
Fianarantsoa (Place Where Good is Learnt) is a provincial capital and the academic and intellectual centre of Madagascar. Thanks to extensive missionary activity it is also the country?s Catholic centre.

Fianarantsoa was founded in 1830 when Queen Ranavalona I decided to build an intermediate capital between Antananarivo and the remote southern provinces. It lies at the heart of one of Madagascar?s most fertile agricultural areas, and is renowned for its production of wine and tea. The city has a chilly high-country feel to it and can get quite cool in the evenings.

To the west of Fianarantsoa is Mt Kianjasoa (1374m). There are some good walks from Fianarantsoa. One easy one is leading northwest passing the Ambozontany cathedral; following the edge of the hill through villages, with pleasant views over the countryside.

Parc National de Isalo
This park was established in 1962 and covers 81,540 hectares of a wildly eroded sandstone massif. The grassy plains are surrounded by sandstone ridges sculpted into wild forms, and secluded in the rocks are many Sakalava Tombs. The Canyon des Singes ('Canyon of Monkeys') makes for an interesting day walk, and you'll have a good chance of seeing sifakas (a common lemur) leaping through the trees.

You can also walk along the canyon to the Piscine Naturelle - a hot and tiring walk but worth it for the breath-taking landscape along the way. The Grotte des Portugais is at the northern end of the park. The cave isn't worth seeing, but the surrounding Forêt de Sahanafa is beautiful, with natural springs and a lot of lemurs. The Isalo is about 400km south-west of Tana, and the nearest town is Ranohira.

Toliara (Tuléar)
Toliara, which came into existence in 1895 and is also known as Tuléar, is Madagascar?s most recently established provincial capital. It is a regionally significant port and the major town of south-western Madagascar.

Most commerce in the area is controlled by Indo-Pakistani traders who bore the brunt of Malagasy violence in 1987 rioting. On one street, a Chinese store escaped untouched to continue business while the Indian premises on either side, along with most of the central area, were gutted.

Apart from several interesting churches, most of Toliara?s remaining buildings are fairly non-descript, as is its setting against a backdrop of mangroves and mudflats. The surrounding area, however, offers numerous attractions including good beaches, diving and snorkelling, surfing, kite surfing and wild surfing at Ifaty to the north and Anakao to the south; intriguing topography; interesting flora and fauna; and remote villages. In addition to the beach at Ifaty, popular travel destinations nearby include Sarondrano, Miary, Lake Tsimanampetsotsa and the Réserve Spéciale de Beza-Mahafaly. The Tropic of Capricorn crosses Madagascar just south of Toliara.

Ifaty
In the southwest of Madagascar, 29km north of Tuléar, you can find Ifaty. It is popular for its huge variety of birds and its good possibilities to see endemic species. But there is lot more to see. Ifaty has a fascinating flora with bloated trees and plants and spiny, drought resistant trees. Furthermore you can explore the underwater world with its magnificent offshore reefs or watch whales in season.

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