Madagascar’s lush rainforests and palm fringed coastline calls out to the seasoned traveler looking for authentic adventure. Largely undiscovered, the endemic wildlife and plant life promise one of the most unique wildlife experiences left on the planet.

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If you’re craving authentic pioneering travel and want an escape from mass tourism, look no further than Madagascar. Home to the lemur, lush rainforests, palm fringed beaches and arid deserts dotted with baobabs, this remote island calls out to the experienced island traveler who relishes in adventure. Named the 8th continent, Madagascar evolved in splendid isolation for more than 80 million years, making 90% of the biodiversity endemic to the island. Largely undiscovered, it poses a few challenges to travelers with it’s tricky roadways, diverse landscapes and remote resorts, but ensures one of the most unique wildlife experiences left on the planet. Fly into the island’s bustling capital, Antananarivo, and journey onwards to discover Nosy Be and the tropical islands of the North, the limestone pinnacles in Tsingy de Bemaraha Reserve, Humpback whales in the waters of the east coast on Ile Sainte Marie and lemurs in the rainforests of the northeast in Masoala National Park.

Madagascar LuxVenture® Trips

LuxVenture® Trip

Madagascar Safari: Northern Islands LuxVenture®

Experience an island adventure beyond the norm on this 12 day LuxVenture® which takes you to the bustling city of Antananarivo and to the pristine northern beaches of Nosy Komba, Mitiso Island, and Nosy Ankao.

Duration 12 Days
Price from $19,710
When Nov - Sept

Everything you need to know about Madagascar

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Madagascar covers approximately 587,0002 km2 and is known as the 4th biggest island in the world. This tropical island is located in the warm Indian Ocean, 400km off the southeast coast of Africa. From green terraced rice paddies, sandstone canyons, red deserts, forests of every kind, and a 5000km coastline, Madagascar boast one of the most biodiverse destinations in the world.

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