Madagascar’s Untamed Wilds

An all-new 15-day adventure from SpiceRoads will see intrepid travellers embark on an active exploration of the unique natural treasures, rich culture, and charming tribes that make up the island of Madagascar. Bike and Hike Wild Madagascar meets in the capital of Antananarivo, before travelling through the island’s highlands to Antsirabe, where guests will take to their bikes. With a combination of bike trails and hikes, active travellers will make their way southwest through the island’s magnificent national parks, passing crystal blue crater lakes and sprawling savannahs, finally ending amid the azure waters of the Indian Ocean at Ifaly.


The tour’s highlights include the Andasibe National Park, where visitors can see chameleons, leaf-tailed geckos, and Indri, the largest living lemur; a visit with the Zifamniry, an ethnic tribe famous for their Unesco-listed wood carvings; tracking golden bamboo lemurs through the Ranomafana National Park; hikes through the canyons and pathways of the I’isalo National Park; and cycling past the Tritriva crater lake. 


The Bike and Hike Wild Madagascar itinerary is priced at US$3,250 per person, which includes accommodation, all meals, and drinks and snacks while on the go. There is an additional US$395 charge per person for bike rental. The inaugural tour departs Antananarivo on May 10, 2015.

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