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Lemur hanging out in Madagascan Jungle

Experiences

Madagascar: A World of its Own

Home to an abundance of endemic wildlife, verdant jungles and pristine beaches, Madagascar is an ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

When to go:
April – December

Unique to the island of Madagascar are the renowned lemurs, where today, there remains around 60 species of these charming animals. Embark on a lemur trekking expedition to find the rare gold crowned lemur, which is only found in this pocket of the world. Explore the verdant jungle they inhabit with a terrestrial guide and environmental team to aid conservation efforts and learn more about this elusive species.

Using newly acquired rope-climbing skills, scale the vast trunks of Madagascar’s famed baobab trees and climb to their canopies. Alongside unrivalled panoramic views, this exclusive experience offers the opportunity to work with leading scientists in one of the most ecologically significant forests in the world. You will work with the most experienced scientists and guides to help further their research and even sleep up in the tree canopies, suspended way above the forest floor.

From the land to the water, the oceans surrounding Madagascar are filled with colourful marine life and a dive below the surface will reveal thriving coral reefs and fascinating wrecks, home to turtles, rays and various sharks. Track magnificent humpback whales by helicopter as you soar above the Madagascan coastline, gaining an impressive perspective of these immense animals from above. For this highly exhilarating experience, the helicopter doors will be off to allow a better view; a truly unique way to observe and marvel at these majestic creatures.

Back down on the ground, you will have the opportunity to go caving through the largest underground cave network in Africa. Explore the incredible limestone formations known as the Tsingy with an expert guide and learn about the history of this geologically diverse region as you scale the rocky precipices.