$1200 - $2100 / person
Meet and greet at the airport and transfer to the hotel.
Dinner and overnight in hotel 3 Metis or similar
The journey begins with the crossing of the RN7 by the high plateaus in order to reach the city of Antsirabe, "the city of water". On the way, a stop in Ambatolampy is necessary to visit a traditional workshop of manufacture of aluminium pots. Once in Antsirabe, set up in the hotel before visiting the city and some workshops, including the work of the Horn of Zebu.
Dinner and overnight at Hotel Hasina or similar.
After breakfast, we head towards the RN34, towards Miandrivazo, where we take the time to contemplate the beauty of the desert landscape. After 4 hours of driving, we arrive at our destination, we take a seat at the hotel before presenting ourselves to the competent authorities for some formalities. Then we have free area to discover the city.
Dinner and overnight at Hotel Baobab or similar
Transfer to Masiakampy after breakfast, where begins the first day of the descent of the famous Tsiribihina River in a local canoe with the crossing of a magnificent landscape. We will see various varieties of birds and chameleons as well as species of Lemur Fulvus who come to drink at the river bank. Lunch takes place at the bank under the mango trees. After lunch we continue to the anosin'ampela waterfall, where we bathe below the natural waterfall. After a day full of discoveries, a good night's rest is essential. It is in a tent that we gain sleep. After breakfast, we start the 2nd day of the descent. The passage through the Bemaraha gorge allows us to contemplate beautiful landscapes with village visits where we can see the daily life of the villagers.
Dinner and overnight in bivouac.
After breakfast, we resume the descent of the Tsiribihina, this will be our last day in canoe. Arrival at the village of Antanambao where we leave the canoe and board a cart in zebu in the direction of the village of Antsiraraka to take the car to reach Belo for lunch. Afternoon off.
Dinner and overnight at the Hotel Karibo or similar
Departure for Bekopaka after breakfast, for about 4 hours, with the crossing of the Manambolo River on board of a ferry. In the afternoon, visit of the little Tsingy for 1 hour. Return to the hotel where we spend the night dinner and night in the Olympus of Bemaraha or similar
After breakfast, we leave to visit the impressive Great Tsingy (listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site), a unique place in the world. These are Andamozavaky, 17 km from the hotel. After the Tour, return to the same hotel.
Dinner and overnight at the same hotel.
Early in the morning, we take the road to Morondava. We stop in Belo on Tsiribihina for lunch. Then we start the trail to Morondava, where we discover the legendary sacred baobab and the loving baobab. We are witnessing the famous sunset on the Baobab alley.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel Trecicogne or similar.
Transfer to the airport according to the flight schedule then fly to Antananarivo. Possibility of city tour according to flight schedules
Transfer to the airport according to the flight schedule, then fly to the country of origin
11 days / 10 nights
|Tour type||Group tour|
|Your group size||Min 4, max 24|
|Duration||11 days / 10 nights|
|Language(s)||English, French, German, Italian|
|Food options||Vegetarian, halal|
Hotel 2 stars inBB, full board during river trip, park fee, car and gasoline, VAT, ferry boat
Tips, domestic flight, personal expensive, drinks, lunch and dinner expect during river trip
On the East Side Of Madagascar, we propose to visit two completely different regions. From the houses in red earth surrounded by rice fields where the population is active in the fields we gradually go down the east coast through the pangalane canal dotted with small villages to end up in the dunes of Ifaty where the time seems to stop.
Benin, formerly known as Dahomey, is characterized by a great diversity of landscapes and ecosystems. Indeed, the Pendjari National Park and the W Regional Park, located in northern Benin, are two of the most protected and biodiverse semiarid grassland ecosystems in West Africa.