From ANTANANARIVO to SOANERANINVONGO
A very nice circuit that offers you many surprises:
• – The most famous natural park in the country
• – Fauna and flora endemic to Madagascar
• – Original, sumptuous, naturally beautiful landscapes.
• – Aboriginal people,
• – Original crafts
• – Dream sites
Do not hesitate, it’s too beautiful.
Why the TERMINAL? Well it’s a mini loop that we have reserved especially for you. A very interesting little course, of extraordinary natural beauty, a piece of the world that is intended for you to complete your thirst for discovery and enrich your travel photos.
A circuit that reunites five major cities of Madagascar
• – Tananarive
• – Antsirabe
• – Morondava
• – Manja
• – Morombe
• – Salary
• – Tulear
• – RN7
and again Antsirabe to finish in Antananarivo. An incredibly fascinating route that completes the RN 7 and invites you to discover magical sites like the Tsingy, the baobab paths and many other surprises, not forgetting of course the warm welcome of the local residents.
A journey on the Malagasy highlands that promises a total immersion in the most beautiful tourist sites of Madagascar. A destination rallying at once:
• – Sumptuous and varied landscapes
• – fascinating and interesting nature parks
• – Mystic places ready to reveal its secrets
• – Other surprises.
And above all, the meeting with the local population who wishes to participate in your memorable adventure by offering you:
• – Hospitality
• – Very rich culture
• – Attractive craftsmanship that makes this region famous.
In short it’s a circuit not to be missed.
From the capital Antananarivo we head west to reach Miandrivazo, from there we embark on a bush taxi boat for a magnificent cruise along the great river Tsiribihina, to discover another facet, original, authentic of the Malagasy environment. After a short walk to the baobab paths, we join the capital to continue our journey to the lush East promises to deliver its wonders.
A very interesting course, full of discoveries, knowledge, pleasant memories, the pleasure felt and the warm welcome of the villagers throughout this tour.
NOT TO MISS