Trekking on the high lands

Madagascar is mostly known for beaches, forests and lemurs. Get ready for a revelation then, we will show you lunar landscapes where plateus studded with astonishing sandstone erosions share the space with mountains more than 8.200 ft high on the sea level. E allora preparatevi a una vera e propria rivelazione, perché quello che vi faremo scoprire è un luogo di paesaggi lunari in cui altipiani costellati da spettacolari erosioni arenariche si alternano a montagne che svettano oltre 2.500 metri sul livello del mare.

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    Period: 15 days of land services
    Minimum number of participants: 8


    An itinerary definitely outside the most commercial routes

    the itinerary consists of several trekkings that will bring you to discover the Anja Reserve, on the top of the Pic Boby, across the granite and spare Andringitra Park and on the impressive wind-shaped rocks of the Isalo Plateau. The last three days – sole concession to “classic” routes – the tour ends with some very deserved rest between the fishermen of the West Coast near Ifaty, on the Mozambique Channel. There you could choose between several activities: snorkelling in the reef, kayaking or walking in the inland. Or just enjoing the Ocean, watching the local peoples, the more welcoming in the Austral Africa, running their own lifes and letting that its slow pace could affect yourself. An amazing tour that will bring you in close contact with the incomparable biodiversity of the “Eighth Continent”, as Madagascar is called by biologists.

    Trekking and minivan 4X4
    Nights: hotel, bed and breakfast, tends

    Spazi d’Avventura guide (from 8 pax)


    From Departure Return Price
    *** *** da € 2.610

    Single room and tent supplement: 16 nights € 200
    Paperwork administration + Medical insurance and baggage: € 80
    Optional insurance “Globy Giallo” for possible cancellation
    International flight. Indicative price from € 800 to € 1.200
    Reccomended companies: Air France, Ethiopian Airlines
    Visa: € 50


Trekking on the high lands

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