Beach and Lemur Exquisite Package
From: $ 3,539.00 per person
This 10-day package combines the best of both worlds with breath-taking beaches and an abundance of unique wildlife on our Beach and Lemur Package. Be enchanted by the turquoise waters of Nosy Komba and meet lemurs up-close at Andasibe National Park. The secluded Mandrare River Camp, surrounded by the spiny forest and the fascinating Antandroy tribe, offers barefoot luxury and gives you an important insight into local culture.
Private lodge package Madagascar, explore the best of both worlds with breath-taking beaches, exotic tribes and an abundance of unique wildlife, starting in Nosy Be and ending in Antananarivo – 10 Day
Nosy Be – With an area of 321 sq km, Nosy Be is the largest of Madagascar’s offshore islands. It’s often billed in tourist brochures as the ‘Ile aux Parfums’ and like the nearby Comoros Islands, is a centre for the production of perfume essence from the Ylang-Ylang tree.
Andasibe – Enjoy both a day and night walk during your tour, allowing you to discover both the daily wildlife and the nocturnal animals of Madagascar. Your guide will also help you search for the Indri, the largest lemur on the island.
Lemur Island – Situated near Andasibe National Park, here you will be able to meet the resident lemurs and get up close and personal with these incredible animals.
Exotic park in Marozevo – Madagascar’s exotic (also known as the Peyrieras Butterfly farm, Peyrieras Nature farm and Mandrake Reptile farm) is a small privately run reserve (or zoo) at Marozevo east of Antananarivo. It is a popular tourist stop between Antananarivo and Madagascar’s Andasibe-Mantadia National Park.
Orchid Gardens – Madagascar is a hot-spot for orchids. The largest family of flowering plants on the island, almost 1000 species make up some 10% of Madagascar’s flora.
Mandrare River – Mandrare is a river in the region of Anosy in southern Madagascar. It flows in to the Indian Ocean near Amboasary Sud.
Spiny Forest – The Madagascar spiny forests is an ecoregion in the southwest of Madagascar. The vegetation type is found on poor substrates with low, erratic winter falls. Around 95% of the original flora in the spiny forests is endemic, which makes it the most unique ecoregion in Madagascar.
Please note this tour is not recommended from mid-January through to mid-March due to a risk of cyclones in the north.
Please note that Madagascar is a country which is in its infancy when it comes to tourism. Accommodation is limited so all of the below mentioned accommodation are subject to availability, and we reserve the right to change these using similar accommodation of the same standards
Group size: Minimum 1, Maximum 10
Vehicles: For 3 or less pax we use a Peugeot sedan car and for 4 or more pax we use a Mercedes Sprinter or similar sized vehicle. Should you require an air-conditioned vehicle, please note this may be at an additional cost, & must be requested at time of enquiry.
Meals: Where included breakfast will be enjoyed in the restaurants of the various accommodation establishments. Please advise us of any special dietary requirements in advance.
Luggage: Maximum baggage allowance on the plane will be 20 kg. Please bring a backpack or soft barrel bag, not a suitcase. Don’t bring too much clothing, as there are washing opportunities along the way. Please adhere to the allowance specified as space for luggage is limited.
Insurance: It is compulsory for all travellers to have insurance covering their personal requirements, medical expenses (including emergency medical evacuation cover) and personal possessions. This is to be arranged before leaving your home country. Jenman Safaris has comprehensive public liability insurance.
- Track suit
- Walking shoes
- Light trousers/jeans
- Swimming costume
- Sun hat
- Warm clothes
- Long-sleeved shirts
- Torch & spare batteries
- Water bottle
- UV protection
- Mosquito protection
Visas: A visa is required to enter the territory of Madagascar and can easily be obtained upon arrival at the airport of Antananarivo with a validity of up to 90 days. Tourists staying for less than one month, can purchase a visa for 80’000 Ariary (around 23-27 €). Paying with the exact amounts or small currency is advised. No photographs are required, however please ensure that passports are valid for at least 6 months after return date. In addition to the entry visa, the Malagasy government is proposing the introduction of a frontier levy of 10 € in the near future, still to be confirmed and variable at short notice.
Gratuities: If you feel you have been looked after well by your crew or guides, and you wish to show your appreciation for their services, a monetary tip is very welcomed by those in Madagascar. Here follows some suggested guidelines:
- Around EUR 4 per person, per day (10,000 Ariary) for a guide or a guide/driver.
- Around EUR 2 (5,000 Ariary) for a park guide, depending on your satisfaction.
- Around 5% of the bill at a restaurant
- 200 Ariary per bag for a porter.
- As Euro coins cannot be changed into local money in Madagascar, it is advisable to tip in Ariary.
We would ask that you please reserve your generosity for tipping for services only, and not providing free hand-outs to children or adults, as this encourages begging.
- Meals as mentioned in the program
- Accommodation as mentioned in the program.
- All transfers and transport mentioned in the program
- All entrance fees
- Specialist guides in the national park as per program
- All excursions mentioned in the program
- All excursions not mentioned in the program
- All drinks
- All lunches and dinners not mentioned on the itinerary
- International and domestic flights
- Airport taxes
- Visas and travel insurance
- Personal items
- *Flights from/to Johannesburg can be arranged by Jenman African Safaris.