Avenue Of the Baobabs
Unbelievable Baobab Avenue Tour with Tsiky Tour Madagascar
Price Detail : From $1500 / Person
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Itinerary for this 20 days Baobab Avenue Tour
Antananarivo – Antsirabe – Morondava – Bekopaka – Morondava – Belo sur mer – Morombe – Salary – Ifaty – Tulear – Ranohira – Ambalavao – Fianarantsoa – Ranomafana – Ambositra – Antsirabe – Antananarivo.
An unforgettable 20 days holiday to discover the south and south-west of Madagascar where a great diversity of landscapes such as the baobab avenue, the Tsingy de Bemaraha and the west coast await you during this Baobab avenue tour. After leaving Antananarivo, a first stop in the city of Antsirabe on the day 2 allows to discover thermal springs and traditional life in the highlands of Madagascar.
From day 3, the road leading to the west coast brings us to the warm climate of the coast and the discovery of baobabs before arriving in the city of Morondava. A visit on its beach allows to relax before the trip to Bekopaka to visit the Tsingy de Bemaraha. Along this dirt track, a crossing of the Tsiribihina River on a ferry is an unforgettable moment before the trekking inside the Tsingy Park on Day 5. It is during Day 6, on the way back to Morondava that we will cross the famous baobab Avenue.
Baobab Avenue Tour ending at the wonderful Ifaty Beach
The trip continues with an adventure along the tracks of the west coast from day 7 with moments of rest at the end of the day on the beaches of Belo sur Mer, Morombe beach (Day 8) and Salary beach (day 10) ) before a well-deserved relaxation on Ifaty beach (day 12-13). Then we take the RN7 paved road from Tulear to Ranohira, place of entry to visit Isalo Park (day 14). After, we return to the highlands of Madagascar by visiting the city of Ambalavao and Fianarantsoa, capital of the Betsileo ethnic group. The penultimate stage of this Baobab avenue tour is the visit of the Ranomafana rainforest with its lemurs, orchids and green flora (day 17) before returning to Antsirabe and Antananarivo.
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