Baobab and Tsingy Expedition


10 days




From 2,435 USD


From May to September




Morondava, Kirindy, Bekopaka


This tour will take you on a journey to explore the breathtaking landscapes and unique wildlife of Western Madagascar. From the iconic Baobab Avenue to the Grand Tsingy, a UNESCO World Heritage site, you will experience some of the most stunning natural wonders that Madagascar has to offer. Along the way, you will also have the opportunity to meet the local communities and learn about their daily lives and traditions.



Day 1 Arrival in Antananarivo
Upon arrival at Ivato International Airport in Antananarivo, you will be met and greeted by our representative who will assist with the transfer to your hotel. Take the rest of the day to relax and recover from your journey. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 2 Antananarivo - Morondava
Today, you will take a flight to Morondava, a charming coastal town in Western Madagascar. Upon arrival, you will be met by our representative who will transfer you to your hotel.
Day 3 Bekopaka: Grand Tsingy
Today you will visit the Grand Tsingy, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its spectacular limestone formations. You will have the opportunity to hike through the park and witness the unique wildlife that calls it home, including lemurs and various bird species.
Day 4 Morondava - Bekopaka
After breakfast, you will depart for Bekopaka, the gateway to the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park. Along the way, you will cross the Tsiribihina River on a local ferry and drive through the scenic landscape of Western Madagascar.
Day 5 Bekopaka: Petit Tsingy
After breakfast, you will visit the Petit Tsingy, another area of the national park that is home to unique limestone formations and diverse wildlife. In the afternoon, you will take a boat tour through the Manambolo River Gorge, where you will witness the stunning rock formations and enjoy the tranquility of the river.
Day 6 Bekopaka - Kirindy
After breakfast, you will leave Bekopaka and drive to Kirindy, a dry deciduous forest known for its unique flora and fauna, including the endemic Fosa.
Day 7 Kirindy - Morondava - Sunset at Baobab Avenue
After breakfast, you will explore the Kirindy Reserve, home to some of Madagascar's most unique wildlife, including lemurs, birds, and reptiles. In the afternoon, you will drive back to Morondava and witness the stunning sunset at Baobab Avenue, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Day 8 Morondava + visit to a fishermen village of Betania
Today, you will visit a local fishermen village of Betania and learn about the daily lives and traditions of the local communities. In the afternoon, you will have free time to explore Morondava and relax by the beach.
Day 9 Morondava - Antananarivo
After breakfast, you will take a flight back to Antananarivo, where you will have free time to explore the city or do some last-minute shopping before your departure.
Day 10 International Departure
After breakfast, we will transfer you to Ivato International Airport for your departure flight.


COVID-19 Safety Status

As of August 11, 2022, the Malagasy government has lifted all COVID-19 health restrictions imposed on travelers visiting Madagascar. This means that pre-departure PCR tests and testing upon arrival are no longer mandatory for entry into the country, and proof of vaccination status is not required.


Visa Requirements

All visitors to Madagascar require a visa, which can be obtained through one of two options:

For a visa from an Embassy: If you prefer to obtain your visa before arriving in Madagascar, you will need to apply for a visa at a Madagascar embassy. When completing the application, select “tourism” as the purpose of your visit, and if desired, provide our address IVL 176 A Anosivavaka Ambohimanarina, Antananarivo as your address in Madagascar. The embassy application process typically involves filling out forms and providing passport photos. Check with your nearest embassy for the most up-to-date application requirements.

Visa on Arrival (VOA): All nationalities are eligible for a VOA, which can be obtained upon arrival in Madagascar. The prices for VOAs are as follows:

  • 30-day visa: 20 Euros / 22 USD
  • 60-day visa: 25 Euros / 28 USD

Upon arrival at the airport, you will not need to provide passport photos. Simply present your outbound ticket, pay the fee, and receive your visa.

To secure your spot for this tour, we kindly invite you to visit our dedicated page and complete the straightforward travel requirement form.

Price starts at 2,435 US dollars.

we understand that everyone has different preferences and requirements when it comes to accommodation. We are more than willing to accommodate any upgrades or specific preferences you may have. Please feel free to let us know if you have any specific requests.

Terms and Conditions: Kindly review our comprehensive terms and conditions by simply visiting this page.

Included in the price

  • Accommodations on bed and breakfast
  • Dinner and picnic lunch mentioned in the itinerary
  • Car with fuel and English-speaking  driver
  • Local Guide
  • Parks and Reserves entrance tickets
  • All hotel/airport transfers
  • 1 bottle of water per day per person
  • Domestic flight Morondava – Antananarivo in economy class


Not included in the price

  • International flight tickets
  • Meal supplements, personal drinks and beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Visa costs
  • Health/travel insurance
  • Gratuities
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