Fiona Herring
Fiona Herring Travel Specialist
"I've been going to Africa for almost 20 years now but Madagascar is unlike anything else I've experienced - the wildlife, countryside and towns were all fascinating. Go if you can as you wont regret it!"
Madagascar

Places To Go In Madagascar

Beaches and Islands
Known for its lemurs and unique wildlife, Madagascar and its offshore islands are fringed with gorgeous sandy beaches, and with reefs teeming with exotic fish.
Anjajavy & the Northwest
This is a region of empty beaches and deserted coves and turquoise waters of infinite subtle hues,...
Ile Ste Marie
You'll find some of Madagascar’s best whale-watching here, as well as superb dive sites and...
Nosy Be, the Mitsio and Radama islands
Beaches, diving, island-hopping and rare wildlife contribute to the Nosy Be, the Mitsio and Radama...
South East Coast
On the South-eastern tip of Madagascar,  the boutique lodge, Manafiafy Beach & Rainforest...
Eastern Rainforests
Madagascar’s Eastern Rainforests extend in a discontinuous band almost from Vohemar in the north-east, right down to tracts of montane rainforest near Fort Dauphin on the south-east coast. Once, this rainforest band, the ‘Madagascar Sylva’, had no equal and remains a treasure...
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park
'Perinet' is the French name for the railway station at the town of Andasibe and for the...
Marojejy National Park
From the access town of Sambava, Madagascar’s ‘vanilla capital’ on the north-east...
Masoala National Park
A World Heritage Site Masoala National Park encompasses rainforest, coastal forest, marsh and...
Montagne d’Ambre National Park
Montagne d’Ambre National Park is a forested volcanic massif in northern Madagascar with crater...
Ranomafana National Park
Ranomafana National Park is a particularly rich and beautiful mid-altitude montane rainforest...
The South
The island’s most beguiling and unusual region is its semi-arid South, much of which is comprised of the ‘spiny desert’, a harsh land of thorny octopus trees interspersed with an assortment of bloated, drought-resistant plants such as Octopus and Finger trees (Didieraceae). The...
Andravona and Mikea National Park
With dazzling, turquoise waters, deserted white-sand beaches and inland, the remarkable spiny and...
Berenty Private Reserve
Madagascar’s best-known reserve is famous for the habituated Ringtail lemurs and 'dancing'...
Ifaty
Ifaty offers a special combination of birds, baobabs and beaches. It is best known for its...
Ifotaka
Explore sacred gallery forest and healthy spiny forest; see Ringtails, Verreaux's sifakas and...
Isalo National Park
A wonderful place for walking and hiking, Isalo has spectacular rock formations, diverse landscapes...
Tsimanampetsotsa  National Park and Anakao
Anakao is a remote and relaxed Veso fishing village south of Tulear. As it is well away from the...
Zombitse-Vohibasia Forest National Park
The last remaining stand of transition forest where the dry southern and western floristic domains...
Towns & Cities
Antananarivo, Antsiranana, also known as Diego Suarez, and Tulear offer a variety of comfortable accommodation and much to explore.
Antananarivo
Almost every trip begins or ends in the Malagasy capital, a city of tiered streets built in and on...
Antsirabe
Antsirabe is a former spa town about 3 hours to the south of Antananarivo. It is the ideal place in...
Antsiranana (Diego Suarez)
Antsiranana, known as Diego Suarez until 1975, is the capital of Madagascar's northernmost...
Tulear
Tulear (Toliara, in Malagasy) is a city of about 100,000 people on the south-western coast of...
Western Dry Forests
Madagascar’s deciduous dry forests are the island’s most fragmented and endangered forest type, and are home to a unique assemblage of locally endemic animals and plants including five of the island’s six endemic species of Baobab and iconic lemurs such as the...
Anjajavy Forest Reserve
This unofficially protected parcel of tropical dry deciduous forest has much the same wildlife as...
Ankarafantsika
Ankarafantsika National Park is 120km southeast of the west coast port Mahajanga, about 2...
Ankarana
Ankarana, on the northern circuit, presents a fantastic landscape, with its expanses of razor-sharp...
Kirindy Forest
Famed for its gigantic Grandidier’s baobabs – as well as two of Madagascar’s...
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park
One of Madagascar's largest national parks, remote Tsingy de Bemaraha is also a World Heritage...
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