Explore the South of Madagascar and the Morondava region on an island holiday adventure. Starting and ending in Antananarivo – 15 Days
Antananarivo – Antananarivo is the capital of Madagascar. This is a city for walking, some of the most interesting places and views will be chanced upon during leisurely walks – that may climb haphazardly over the hills. Antananarivo is truly a lovely Madagascar vacation destination and spending a few days there will be a great experience.
Ranomafana National Park – Ranomafana National Park is a tropical rainforest, which is home to several rare species of flora and fauna. It’s also part of the World Heritage Site Rainforest of the Atsinanana. Ranomafana National Park is one of the most picturesque national parks in Madagascar.
Isalo National Park – Park National de Isalo, also commonly known as Isalo National Park, was established in 1962 and covers 81.540 hectares of wildly eroded sandstone massif. The grassy plains are surrounded by sandstone ridges sculpted into various wild forms and secluded in the rocks are many Sakalava Tombs.
Tulear – Tulear is a city in Madagascar. It is the capital of the Atsimo-Andrefana region. Tulear’s colonial style buildings, grand lanes and innumerable multi-coloured rickshaws.
Kirindy Reserve – A gateway to the reserve on Madagascar’s west coast, Kirindy Reserve is just north of Morondava. Kirindy is the land of dry deciduous forests – the world’s most endangered ecosystem – where giant baobabs impress with their towering poise. It is a privately managed forest.
Arboretum Gardens – It’s entirely devoted to conservation of the plants from the southwestern part of Madagascar and is working in close collaboration with many institutions aiming in environment preservation.
Morondava – Morondava is the gateway to the Avenue of the Baobabs, where massive baobab trees tower over the landscape.