For celebrating the World Lemur Day on the last Friday of October. This two days of hike is dedicated to visit the park and forest protected by local communities to learn more about lemurs and contribute in saving them from extinction.
Isalo is known for its variety of landscapes, from rainforests teeming with life to rolling plains to strange geological formations and deep-cut canyons. And of course, there are a variety of lemur species roaming around place because, well, this is Madagascar. Spend a week exploring the park, which is home to over 80 species of birds, 30 species of reptiles and 14 species of mammals including 3 lemur species (ring-tailed, red-fronted and Verreaux’s sifakas lemur).
Two days trekking in the region of Ambohimahamasina with ascent of the sacred mountain of Ambondrombe, a mystical mountain surrounded by beliefs that it is the resting place of the souls of the Malagasy people after death. A circuit that combines adventure with real encounters with local people. Participating in this tour means contributing to the protection of the forest corridor and the cultural value of the site.
This tour, accessible to almost all, combines the discovery of the city of Fianarantsoa with a look at local artisan work. Plunging into heart of popular neighborhoods offers a look at the past and the present of “the city where to learn the good”. This original route will give you the opportunity to discover the reality of Malagasy city and countryside life.