Connect with Us 

Travel inspires us to engage in the world and embrace its diversity. 

Get in touch with us and we can discuss your travel passions and help you begin planning  your dream Journey.​​

Through travel we can create a Better World!

California Seller of Travel #2134683-50
View our Terms & Conditions

info@betterworldtours.com 

1 800 309 8075

Santa Barbara, CA

  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Facebook Social Icon

© 2018 by Better World Tours

Madagascar

Isolated from the rest of Africa, this luscious island is a beautiful blend of jungles, white-sand beaches, exquisite nature, and rare animals. Madagascar is the ultimate destination to explore unique and indescribable nature.

Highlights

  • Explore Antananarivo, Madagascar’s capital – filled with history, culture, shopping, dining, and even some wildlife. Walk along the Avenue of the Baobabs, an iconic dirt road lined with mysterious and uniquely formed trees.

  • Discover the Kirindy Forest Reserve – home to animals such as the Verreaux’s Sifaka (a type of lemur), colorful endemic chameleons, and the elusive fossa (a cat-like relative of the mongoose). Visit Antsirabe to learn about the craft of making silk lambas (scarves or stoles) at a local artisan weaving workshop.

  • Explore Ranomafana National Park, known for its incomparable biodiversity. See up to 12 lemur species, including the rare golden bamboo lemur. Weave through trails in Andisabe National Park, a dense rainforest which is home to the indri lemur, the Parson’s chameleon, rare orchids and ferns, sparkling lakes, and the Sacred Waterfall.

  • Last, but certainly not least, explore Madagascar’s rich sea life by fishing or whale watching.

Good to know

  • Madagascar’s isolated evolution contributes to its many unique species

  • Some natives believe the lemurs to be reincarnations of their ancestors

  • The peak time to see the blooming native orchards is between September and January