Anjajavy Hotel

Just an hour's flight from the capital on the north-west coast, Anjajavy combines beautiful empty beaches with a wildlife-rich, dry deciduous forest and fantastic scenery. It has lots of Madagasca...


Eden Lodge
Baobab Beach

Eden Lodge is a perfect combination of remote secluded beach, an abundance of wildlife and large baobabs, all of which is encompassed in a small, friendly and luxurious lodge. Located on the...


Princesse Bora Lodge
Il St Marie

Around an hour's flight and short road transfer from the capital, Princesse Bora Lodge is located on the idyllic tropical island of Il St Marie and is one of the best value-for-money beach...


Vanila Hotel
Nosy Be

Vanila Hotel is a welcoming and friendly, family run hotel located on the island of Nosy Be. It is situated on the north-west coast around 40 minutes' drive from the airport and directly opposite...


Jardin Vanille
Nosy Komba and Nosy Sakatia

Situated on the south-west side of Nosy Komba by the village of Anjiabe, Jardin Vanille is a small, owner-run lodge set on a lush green hillside, overlooking the sea with a very pretty view out...


Sakatia Lodge
Nosy Komba and Nosy Sakatia

Nosy Sakatia is a small island just off the west coast of Nosy Be offering unspoilt tropical fauna and flora. It is only 6.5 km long and 2 km wide at its widest point, and has a current population...


Tsara Komba Lodge
Nosy Komba and Nosy Sakatia

Located on the island of Nosy Komba, Tsara Komba Lodge offers 8 luxurious bungalows dotted around lush vegetation, set on the hillside just above a lovely stretch of pristine beach. The eight...


Constance Tsarabanjina Lodge

Tsarabanjina is a small private island, part of the Mitsio Archipelago, which is 50kms north of Nosy Be. This area is full of coral reefs, pristine sandy beaches and this fantastic luxurious hotel...


Manafiafy Beach and Rainforest Lodge
St Luce Bay

In the beautiful St Luce Bay, around a 2-hour drive from Fort Dauphin, is Manafiafy Beach and Rainforest Lodge, owned by Madagascar Classic Camping, who also own Mandrare River Camp at the Ifotaka...


Time + Tide Miavana
Nosy Komba and Nosy Sakatia

A world of lemurs and chameleons, and a mosaic of unexplored coves, rarity is the luxury of Madagascar. Fringed by white sand beaches and sprawling coral reefs, Miavana stays true to the island’...


Day 1

Meal Basis: Bed & Breakfast

Antananarivo is Madagascar’s capital city, perched on top of a mountain range close to several nature reserves, including Tsingy de Bemaraha, with its fantastical limestone spikes. Founded in 1625, it has a rich historical heritage that is complemented by scenic landscapes traversed with a multitude of hiking routes. 

Day 2 - 4: Andasibe-Mantadia

Meal Basis: Full Board plus Activities

A place of great beauty and biodiversity, Andasibe-Mantadia National Park stretches across 154 square kilometres, and is now divided into two distinct sections – the smaller ‘Perinet’ Reserve to the south and the larger Parc National de Mantadia to the north. The region is swathed with thick tropical rainforests – made up of lush ferns, tangled lianas, hundreds of orchid species and myriad other jungle flora – teeming with a diverse array of endemic wildlife. You’ll know you’ve arrived when you hear the peculiar call of the Indri, the largest living lemur in existence, which can reach up to one metre in height.

Day 5 - 7: Berenty

Meal Basis: Full Board plus Activities

Set in southern Madagascar, the Berenty Reserve is a small private forest along the Mandrake River. This reserve is ideal for bird enthusiasts as it attracts a wide range of endemic bird species. For visitor convenience, the Berenty Reserve has an accommodation establishment set in the forest along with forest trails to discover this region.

Day 8 - 11: Nosy Be

Meal Basis: Full Board

Nosy Be’s is Madagascar’s biggest and most popular tourist destination and it’s easy to understand why – located off Madagascar’s northwestern coast, this small island is blessed with exquisite sand beaches, glittering volcanic lakes and diverse flora and fauna. What’s more, despite its popularity, Nosy Be has remained refreshingly unspoilt and free of rampant development, with low-key beach bungalows more the order of the day here than glitzy commercial resorts. Most visitors are content to do very little except relax on the idyllic beaches, go swimming or snorkelling in the calm azure waters and enjoy seafood feasts at oceanfront restaurants, but if you fancy a bit of sightseeing, it’s worth paying a visit to the bazaar in Hell-ville – where you can pick up samples of the fragrant spices for Nosy Be is nicknamed ‘The Perfume Island’ – and exploring the lush rainforests of the Lobeke nature reserve. Coral reefs skirting the coast offer phenomenal scuba diving opportunities, while a peppering of surrounding islets make for enchanting day trips.

This itinerary is a guideline, Africa & Beyond tailor every trip to your individual specifications including all accommodation, flights, transfers & activities, please contact us to discuss your ideas.


Whilst Madagascar is most famed for its legendary unique wildlife and scenery, the islands and beaches of Madagascar rival most areas of Africa and the Indian Ocean, and are superb for relaxing after time exploring the flora and fauna of the island.

In many areas you can combine time relaxing with wildlife viewing, diving, snorkelling and even whale watching. The reefs are teeming with tropical fish and turtles, and dolphins are also often seen in certain areas. The gorgeous sandy beaches are a real must in Madagascar, as even if you are not a beach person, there is plenty to keep you occupied in these beautiful surroundings.

Enquire Online or call our experts:
+44 (0)161 789 8838