Situated some 400km off Africa’s eastern coast, Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island, is a spectacular, natural paradise, home to variety of breathtaking landscapes, from lush rainforests to arid deserts, and pristine beaches, to rugged, lunar-like canyons, along with a wealth of flora and fauna, 80% of which are not found anywhere else on earth.
This diverse topography allows for a wealth of adventure activities, including diving, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, kitesurfing and much more, whilst there is also plenty of opportunity for more tranquil pursuits, and for exploring the rich, and diverse culture and history of this fascinating island.
An in depth tour of two of the country’s most spectacular destinations: Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, where you explore the fascinating rainforests and encounter its rare flora and fauna, and Ile Ste Marie, where you can relax on the picturesque beaches and enjoy kayaking, diving, whale watching and much more.Book Now
Rainbow Tours specialize in creating unforgettable, bespoke trips to Latin America, Africa and Madagascar. Their team of travel specialists have extensive, first hand knowledge of the unique destinations on offer, and are committed to delivering exceptional service at all times.Book Now
Experience the spectacular beauty and biodiversity of this unique island on this 12 day tour.Book Now
There are no direct flights from the UK to Madagascar. However, Air France and Air Madagascar both offer regular direct flights to Ivato International Airport.
June to September is the best period to visit as the weather is dry and this coincides with the whale-watching season.
We recommend a minimum of 7 days.
UK citizens require tourist visas to enter Madagascar. This can either be purchased at the airport upon arrival or you can purchase an e-visa prior to your departure
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