Morondava: This city is famous for its iconic Baobab Avenue, a must-see attraction, and a perfect spot to experience breathtaking sunsets.
Bemaraha National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage site, this park is home to the impressive Tsingy rock formations, which offer some of the most stunning landscapes in Madagascar.
Kirindy Reserve: A dry forest renowned for its diverse wildlife, including the elusive fosa, a carnivorous mammal endemic to Madagascar.

The western region of Madagascar is known for its unique and remarkable Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The park’s most striking feature is its razor-sharp limestone formations that resemble a forest of stone needles. These formations, known as Tsingy, are the result of millions of years of erosion caused by wind and rain. This magnificent natural wonder spans over 150,000 hectares and is home to a diverse range of plant and animal species, including several endangered lemurs, bats, and birds.

Western Madagascar has a hot, rainy season from December to April and warm, dry weather from May to Nov. Traveling during the rainy season is challenging due to flooded roads and docks, but November is popular for lush vegetation and active wildlife. Most tourist lodgings are closed from December to April.


This region epitomizes Madagascar’s uniqueness, but travel can be difficult beyond the paved national highways. However, the priceless rewards and epic experiences make it unforgettable.



The western part of Madagascar, which is split in two with no road links between the north and south, provides numerous opportunities for adventure and awe-inspiring sights.

The region features breathtaking limestone formations in Tsingy de Bemaraha, a habitat for fossa at Réserve Forestière de Kirindy, and an exceptional birdwatching experience in Parc National Ankarafantsika. Travelers can also explore Allée des Baobabs, luxurious resorts, and venture into the wild.


The women of western and northern Madagascar wear a white facial mask called masonjoany to protect, soften, and remove blemishes. Made by grinding the masonjoany tree branch into a paste with water, the mask is worn during the day and removed at night.



Northern Madagascar Adventure

Northern Madagascar Adventure

Andasibe and Wildlife Exploration

Andasibe and Wildlife Exploration

The Best of Madagascar

The Best of Madagascar

Baobab and Tsingy Expedition

Baobab and Tsingy Expedition
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Snorkeling & Diving

Madagascar is a top destination for snorkeling and scuba diving, offering crystal-clear waters, diverse marine life, and stunning coral reefs. Some of the best spots include Nosy Be, Sainte Marie Island, and Anakao, where visitors can encounter a variety of marine life such as sea turtles and tropical fish. There are diving schools and centers throughout Madagascar that offer guided tours for beginners and experienced divers, as well as PADI certification courses.



Madagascar is a top honeymoon destination, offering stunning scenery, unique wildlife, and secluded romantic locations. Couples can enjoy private beach villas, candlelit dinners, and walks on deserted beaches. The island of Nosy Be is a popular choice, with beach resorts, turquoise waters, and coral reefs. For adventurous couples, Madagascar’s national parks offer incredible wildlife experiences, from exploring rainforests to spotting lemurs.


Madagascar is a top destination for birdwatchers, with 120 endemic species, 5 endemic families, and 1 endemic subfamily. Some prime birdwatching locations include Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Masoala National Park, Berenty Private Reserve, Isalo National Park, and Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park. The best time for birding in Madagascar is between September and November, during the mating and nesting season when fruits and insects are abundant.


Madagascar offers a range of trekking trails suitable for all levels, from easy walks to challenging hikes. Andringitra National Park is a popular destination for exploring granite peaks and spotting ring-tailed lemurs. Other options include Montagne d’Ambre National Park, Ankarana Reserve, and Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park. Marojejy National Park is ideal for experienced trekkers seeking rugged terrain and rare wildlife encounters, such as silky sifaka lemurs and helmet vanga birds.


Madagascar offers excellent whale-watching opportunities, particularly from the months of July to September. During this time, humpback whales migrate from Antarctica to the warm waters off Madagascar to mate, give birth and nurse their calves. Visitors can witness these majestic creatures breaching, tail slapping and performing other impressive displays. Some of the best locations for whale-watching in Madagascar include the Ile Sainte Mariea, Nosy Be and Ifaty. Boat tours are available in these areas, giving visitors the opportunity to observe the whales up close in their natural habitat. Additionally, visitors can learn about these amazing creatures and the conservation efforts being made to protect them.

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History & Local Culture

Madagascar’s rich history and culture offer travelers a wealth of activities, including visiting local villages, learning about traditional crafts, and participating in cultural festivals. The UNESCO World Heritage site of Ambohimanga, the royal hill of the Merina people, is a popular destination for exploring the royal palace and tombs and learning about the Merina people’s history and traditions. Visitors can also immerse themselves in local culture by exploring bustling markets like Zoma Market in Antananarivo or visiting artisan workshops to learn about traditional crafts.


Surf & Kitesurf

Madagascar offers uncrowded and unspoiled waves for surfers and kitesurfers. The south coast, particularly the area around Tulear and Fort-Dauphin, has consistent waves suitable for all levels of surfers, with popular spots including Anakao, Ifaty, and Ankoba Beach. The best time to surf is September-October. The northern coast has exceptional spots for kitesurfing and windsurfing, with Babaomby Bay, Nosy Be, and Sakalava Bay being popular spots with side-on winds and calm lagoons for freestyle and freeride. Experienced surfers can also find waves up to 3m on the reef.

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Madagascar may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of luxury travel, but the island offers a range of high-end experiences for those seeking luxury and exclusivity. From private lodges in remote areas to luxurious beach resorts, Madagascar has plenty to offer for those seeking a luxurious escape. We have a large collection of high-end accommodation throughout Madagascar, such as Miavana by Time + Tide, Mandrare River Camp, Anjajavy Le Lodge, Constance Tsarabanjina to name a few

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Madagascar boasts over 5,000 kilometers of stunning coastline with crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, and an abundance of marine life. Some of the most popular beach destinations in Madagascar include Nosy Be, Ifaty, and Sainte Marie Island, which offer a range of activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, whale watching, and sunbathing. There are also many secluded and untouched beaches to be found along the coast, perfect for those seeking a more private and tranquil experience.


Parks and Reserves

Madagascar’s national parks and reserves cover 7 million hectares (17 million acres) and are home to over half of the world’s primate species, along with numerous endemic species like lemurs, chameleons, and aye-ayes. Madagascar has exceptionally high biodiversity, with 80% of its flora and fauna found nowhere else in the world. Ranomafana, Andasibe-Mantadia, Masoala, Bemaraha, and Isalo are among the popular national parks and reserves that showcase the island’s diverse wildlife and landscapes, while also promoting sustainable tourism and conservation efforts.