12 Extended Stays
Antananarivo and Lemurs
Tulear, Arboretum Reserve, and Museum
Diego Suarez (Antsiranana), Montagne d’Ambre, and 3 Bays
Fort Dauphin and Berenty Reserve
Mahajanga and the Cirque Rouge
Tamatave (Toamasina) and Ivoloina Park
Nosy Be & Nosy Komba Day Tour, Boat Cruise, & Island Hop
Baobab Avenue, Kirindy Forest, & Lovers Baobabs Tour
Vanilla Coast and SAVA River Ride
Macolline Forest and UNESCO Site
Malagasy Fine Foodie Madagascar Tour!
1. Antananarivo and Lemurs | $69
All guests are picked up at a hotel of their choice. Today we will see the history and culture of Antananarivo, from the Indonesian settlers up through the French Colonial to the quintessential Malagasy landmarks of the Indian Ocean’s most colorful capital.
2. Andasibe Rainforest and Vakona Forest Lodge and Reserve | $113
ONE DAY TOUR OF ANDASIBE RAINFOREST AND VAKONA FOREST RESORT AND RESERVE VISIT
3. Tulear, Arboretum Reserve, and Museum | $80
“Tulear” is the sunny coastal terminus of the National Route 7, replete with sandry tracks of baobabs and bizarre plant life. The Arboretum, your first stop, has a kaleidoscope of fauna and flora condensed into one great micro-ecosystem in the island, the world’s most unique.
4. Diego Suarez (Antsiranana), Montagne d’Ambre, and 3 Bays | $79
“Diego” is the northern-most post of Madagascar, the landing point for the allied invasions of the islands during WWII and the stocking point for the entire Russian Imperial Navy during their way with Japan.
5. Fort Dauphin and Berenty Reserve | $99
“Tola” is the most vivid and vibrant city in Madagascar’s coast and has a kaleidoscope of ethnic foods, flavors, fashion, and is the gateway to the spectacular Berenty Reserve.
6. Mahajanga and the Cirque Rouge (Red Circuit) | $80
Mahajanga, founded by the Arabs in 1700s, traded with weapons, slaves, precious gems, spices, fabrics. Nowadays, it trades with mostly Africa, Middle-east, Asia and Europe. Apart from Malagasy peoples (Sakalava, Tsimihety, Merina), the city counts important Arab, Comorian, Chinese, Indian-Pakistanese natives’ communities, that makes it the most cosmopolitan region in Madagascar.
7. Tamatave (Toamasina) and Ivoloina Park | $80
“Tama” is the main port and economic engine in Madagascar and has a kaleidoscope of sights, smells, characters, and history, and is built on a sandy peninsula surrounded by dual coral reefs creating an unparalleled harbor for the island. We kick off the route at with Bazary Be, a famous colorful street market, specailizing in exotic spices and locally made handicrafts. The central market in the heart of the city is one of the most popular sites in the city.
8. Nosy Be & Nosy Komba Day Tour, Boat Cruise, & Island Hop | $99
One Day in the Be?
Hit and hop the best of the islands with MTT!
9. Baobab Avenue, Kirindy Forest, & Lovers Baobabs Tour | $189
THE BEST DAY YOU CAN HAVE IN MORONDAVA! – ONE LONG DAY & PANORAMA
KIRINDY PARK (“FORET KIRINDY”) + BAOBAB LOVERS (“AMOUREUX”) + BAOBAB AVENUE (“ALLEE DES BAOBABS”)
10. Vanilla Coast and SAVA River Ride | $139
SAMBAVA AND VANILLA COAST DAY TOUR – VANILLA FARMS AND COMPANIES AND LOCAL LIFE IN SAVA!
CANOA CIRCUIT «Hagnitr’i Bemarivo»
11. Macolline Forest and UNESCO Site | $129
Antalaha Day Tour: Antalaha and Macolline Forest Day Tour
(This tour can start from Antalaha, or for a surcharge – from Sambava.)
(We can book hotels for you in Antalaha, and transport.)
12. Malagasy Fine Foodie Madagascar Tour! | $159
This is for excellent, fancy, fine food, not street food. We can take you on a street food tour for a fraction of the price.