New guided group tour in Madagascar

New guided group tour in Madagascar

Jenman African Safaris has launched a new guided tour in north Madagascar.

Madagascar

Madagascar is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, off the eastern coast of Africa and offers the most amazing Madagascar vacations around. Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world. It is the home to five percent of the world’s plant and animal species, 80 percent of them are unique to Madagascar which makes a holiday to this area a truly special experience. Most famous among these species are the lemurs and spending time with these fascinating creatures can be done on a Madagascar lemur package. Madagascar is teeming with fertile forests and its geographical isolation have served to preserve and propagate ‘nature’s design laboratory’ in a mix found nowhere else on earth. Madagascar’s forests are a shimmering and seething mass of a trillion stems and dripping leaves. As one can imagine, planning a Madagascar vacation can be an exciting venture, where to go, what to do and more.

Jenman African Safaris has introduced a new guided group tour, the Madagascar North Adventure.

The tour showcases the best of north Madagascar, ensuring that guests can experience all the highlights on that side of the island.

Guests will get the opportunity to see waterfalls, Madagascar’s varied habitats, the lakes of Montagne d’Ambre National Park, the underground caves and limestone ‘tsingy’ of Ankarana Reserve, and the beaches of Nosy Be, as well as being exposed to the flora and fauna that are endemic to Madagascar.

Jenman African Safaris offers small group, scheduled, tailor-made tours. The new Madagascar North Adventure tour is a small group travel.

 

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About Reg Hann

Reg Hann’s expertise lies in Africa where he operated a successful safari company for almost 20 years. He has now semi retired and specializes in putting together exclusive holidays for the discerning traveler.
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