Madagascar Wildlife Adventure
You'll be awed by the vibrant colors and exotic species in this plant and animal paradise. Travel there with a seasoned animal-passionate operator who is doing fantastic conservation work in the region.
East Africa: Drink It In
Madagascar is indeed a world apart. Its rain forests are home to diademed sifakas, indris, fossas and tenrecs, while baobabs and pachypodia dot its sandstone deserts. Curious about these exotic-sounding names? For even the best-traveled nature lover, Madagascar offers a kaleidoscope of discoveries. It's no wonder World Wildlife Fund calls it a priority place—more than 80% of the island nation's rare and intriguing plants and animals, including more than 100 different varieties of lemur, exist nowhere else. There's no better way to experience this living time capsule that broke away from the super-continent some 100 million years ago than on our exclusive small-group journey.
- • A biodiversity paradise, 90% of the plants and animals in this region are native only to Madagascar. Explore four distinctly different parks on this itinerary.
• View a variety of fascinating lemurs on multiple encounters with these primitive primates found only on this biologically isolated island.
• Madagascar has been a prominent destination for this operator for years and all their guides get exclusive training from World Wildlife Foundation scientists.
Travel Curator’s Insights:
$500 off each person when booked by July 1
From $12,395 per person
Policies and protocols provided before you book.
June to November
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Trip Sustainability Awards
Working with the WWF's Zero Waste Initiative to eliminate waste from their yachts
Leading Chile's largest reforestation and ecological restoration effort to date
Working with The Carbon Fund to make their trips 100% carbon neutral
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Madagascar is on my bucket list as a wildlife paradise I'd love to experience. What a photography mecca! I hope you get to go!