Madagascar, an isolated island about twice the size of Arizona, has some of the highest biodiversity on the planet. Of roughly 200,000 known species found on Madagascar, about 150,000 are endemic. Contact us for your dream holiday to Madagascar. We can tailor-made your stay to fit your specific needs. Luxury or basic – just let us know and we will be happy to put an itinerary together for you.

Unique to the island are more than 50 types of lemurs, 99 percent of its frog species, and 36 genera of birds. Madgascar houses 100 percent of the world’s lemurs, half of its chameleon species and 6 percent of its frogs.

Imagine Africa’s Top 3 for Madagascar wildlife

1. Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is world famous for its population of Indri lemurs which are the largest living lemur. More…

2. Ranomafana National Park – famous for its high biological richness. Ranomafana contains a vast array of amazing frogs and reptiles. More…

3. Amber Mountain National Park – contains seven lemur species, the most notable are the crowned lemur and Sanford’s brown lemur. More…

Top 5 Lemur Experiences

1. Andasibe National Park is renowned for its two habituated groups of the endangered Indri. More…

2. Berenty Reserve – a highlight with numerous tame and wild lemurs to spot both during the day and at night. More…

3. Nosy Mangabe – a small tropical island reserve where an overnight stay on the basic campsite is recommended to try and spot the elusive nocturnal Aye Aye Lemur. More…

4. Ranomafana National Park – a chance to spot a rare golden bamboo lemur in this 41,000 hectares of rainforest in the east of the island. Stay at Hotel Domaine Nature. More…

5. Ankarana Special Reserve – this reserve has the highest density of primates in the world including the crowned lemur, Sanford’s brown lemur, Perrier’s black lemur, the northern sportive lemur and dwarf lemurs. Stay at Litchi Tree. More…