Madagascar

With stunning beaches and unrivalled biodiversity, there's no place in Africa quite like Madagascar

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Madagascar Safari and Beach Holidays

Madagascar, the fourth-largest island in the world, lies in the Indian Ocean just off the coast of Mozambique, and includes several much smaller islands in its diverse archipelago.

Wonderful wildlife and beautiful beaches in Madagascar

I had an incredible time in Madagascar. Can’t believe it is all over!

Jax

Madagascar By Region

Dry South

Southern Madagascar is a dry and arid land with a very different climate to the wet and lush eastern regions of the country. It offers it's own unique attractions, including some great hiking routes, ....

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Far North

The northern coast of Madagascar offers pristine islands and islets such as Nosy Be and Iranja, with some of Madagascar's best beaches. Elsewhere, much of the region consists of mountainous rainforest....

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Green East

The Masoala Peninsula, one of the last remaining tracts of primary rainforest, dominates the north-east of Madagascar and stretches all the way to the coast line, meeting with tropical coral reefs and....

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The Highlands

The Highlands form the central hilly region of Madagascar, dominated by the city of Antananarivo. To the south of Antananarivo, the highlands provide wide open spaces dotted with enormous granite head....

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The West

The western regions of Madagascar are drier than the east, and consequently large pockets of deciduous forest flourish here, harbouring a wealth of rare endemic wildlife. We recommend a visit to Moron....

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Our Madagascar Itineraries

The South of Madagascar

Journey to the South of Madagascar on this 13-day tour. Beginning in the capital of Antananarivo, you'll travel south visiting the famous parks of Andasibe-Mantadia, Vakona and Ranomafana along the way, before continuing to the Dry South and Isalo, then ending on the coast at Ifaty.

Destination

  • Madagascar

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays
  • Family Travel
  • Beach Holidays

Prices from£1890 pp

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Journey to the North of Madagascar

This itinerary takes in the best of Madagascar’s northern and eastern regions. Beginning in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, you will visit the eastern parks of Andasibe, Vakona, and Mantadia before flying to the reserves and beaches of northern Madagascar, including Amber Mountain, Anakarana, and Nosy Be.

Destination

  • Madagascar

Experience

  • Beach Holidays
  • Family Travel
  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from£1949 pp

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Madagascar East and West

From the Pangalanes Canal to the Kirindy Forest Reserve, explore the contrasting sights and sounds of Madagascar’s eastern and western coastlines on this 13-day journey beginning and ending in Tana.

Destination

  • Madagascar

Experience

  • Family Travel
  • Cultural Holidays
  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from£1949 pp

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Madagascar North (with Miavana)

Revel in northern Madagascar’s spectacular inland and coastal scenery on this 8-day luxury safari and beach itinerary, visiting Madagascar's newest and most luxurious beach retreat, Miavana.

Destination

  • Madagascar

Experience

  • Beach Holidays
  • Honeymoons and Weddings

Prices from£9845 pp

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Madagascar By Activity

Additional Information

Visa Requirements

30-day tourist visas are available on arrival and payable in cash in local currency, US dollars or in euros. Ensure that your passport is stamped.

There is no Madagascar Embassy in the UK but if a visa is required in advance this may be obtained through the Embassy of Madagascar in Paris (Tel: +33 (0) 9 83 324515; email: infoambamadparis@yahoo.fr)

Your passport must be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of entry into Madagascar. You should have at least 2 blank pages in your passport.

We recommend you check visa requirements before travel as requirements can change.

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A truly wonderful holiday and it all worked like a dream thanks to you and all the team.

Dr Lucy Black