Madagascar Holidays UK
Madagascar Holidays UK
Madagascar Holidays UK with Web2move.co.uk. Luxury Tailor Made Multi Centre Holidays, Honeymoons and Amazing Experiences. It is not the first destination that springs to mind when you think about holidays. However, Madagascar Holidays from UK is becoming an ever increasing enquiry.
A holiday in Madagascar is a holiday with a difference, and this is how it should be kept as Madagascar is renowned for the diversity of its flora and fauna – most of which can be found nowhere else on earth.
Madagascar Holidays UK can start from as little as £2000 per person. However, you really should allocate a higher budget to get the best from Madagascar including wildlife (a wide variety of birds, geckoes, lemurs and chameleons), whale-watching (July – September), diving, fishing and surfing.
Madagascar is giant island surrounded by many smaller islands including Ile Ste Marie, or Nosy Boraha, is a narrow tropical island off the east coast of Madagascar. Its miles of sandy beaches are shaded by coconut palms, its bays and coves are protected by coral reefs, the hills are green, the hotels are small and generally unobtrusive and it has a romantic pirate history.
A lovely, off-shore islet, Ile aux Nattes, and the uninhabited Ilots aux Sables; myriad orchid species, including the magnificent Queen of Madagascar (Eulophiella roempleriana); and forests concealing waterfalls and inhabited by a variety of birds, lemurs and chameleons.
Flights arrive into Madagascar’s capital city Antananarivo Airport after a 14 hour flight from the U.K. via Johannesburg, South Africa.
The main area for holidays and tours in Madagascar include the Andasibe National Park (Perinet Reserve) which is just north of Antananarivo is a great park to start exploring Madagascar as it is home to a variety of Lemurs and birds, including the very elusive Aye Aye. Moving further north is one of the country’s largest parks Masoala National Park where the forest is one the few areas left as a refuges for the rare Red-ruffed lemur.
The Amber Mountain National Park is an 18,500 hectare park made famous for its huge strangler fig and cycads. Take time from your travels around Madagascar to spend some time in Nosy Be where ylang-ylang blossoms scent the air. On a remote peninsula north-west coast of the country is Anjajavy Private Nature Reserve which offers a perfect mix of beach, mangroves and forest. Moving south of Antananarivo visiting the Isalo National Park is a must for any botanist as it is home to the unique Elephant’s Foot plant and some native species of aloe.
The best time to travel to Madagascar is between April and November, as the cyclone season brings heavy rainfall (mainly on the east coast and in the north) between December and March.
The best way to enjoy your holiday in Madagascar is by booking a tour through an ATOL protected Tour Operator who provides Madagascar Holidays from UK.
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