ITINERARY of the Cruise Tour:
  1. NOSY BE-NOSY KOMBA-NOSY TANIKELY
  2. DIEGO –AMBER MOUNTAIN – DIEGO
  3. TAMATAVE – IVOLOINA PARK – TAMATAVE

DAY1: NOSY BE-NOSY KOMBA-NOSY TANIKELY

With the Cruise Tour, meet you with your guide at Nosy Be then transfer by a collective speed boat to Nosy Komba to spot lemurs and then excursion to Nosy Tanikely. Afternoon transfer to the harbor of Nosy Be.

Nosy_be
Nosy_be

DAY2: DIEGO – AMBER MOUNTAIN NP – DIEGO

Meet you to the harbor of Diego. Transfer to the Amber Mountain Park for visit. It’s an isolated rainforest and as such, the amount of endemic in its flora and fauna is high. Distinctive features of the massif include four crater lakes and three much-photographed waterfalls. There are several trails fanning out from the picnic spot to choose from. After the visit, drive back to Diego.

AMBER MOUNTAIN NP
AMBER MOUNTAIN NP

DAY3: TAMATAVE – IVOLOINA PARK – TAMATAVE

Today, we are going to visit the Ivoloina Park, 12 km north of Tamatave. You discover the magic of Madagascar at Park Ivoloina (eev’-uh-lah-ween). Observe twelve different varieties of lemurs including free-ranging species as well as an assortment of native reptiles and amphibians like our famous chameleons and tomato frogs. Ivoloina is close enough for a half-day trip from a cruise ship. With so many things to do and see, however, one can easily spend a full day or two hiking our nine kilometers of well-maintained hiking trails, scheduling a nocturnal lemur tour, wandering our gardens and orchards, exploring historic ruins, and relaxing by the lake. After the visit, drive back to Tamatave. End of our services.

Ivoloina’s Park
PRICING
NOSY BE – DIEGO195 Euro per Person
TAMATAVE85 Euro per Person

General inclusion

  • Land transporting + fuel
  • Driver/ guide
  • Speed boat transfer to discover Nosy Komba and Nosy Tanikely
  • Pic nic lunch in Nosy Tanikely + 1 mineral water per person
  • Driver + his food & his accommodation
  • Park Entrances fees & guides

General exclusion

  • Food & drink
  • Tips
  • Personal spending money

Have you ever met the amazing “Indri Indri” which is one of the biggest and most famous lemurs of the Island?

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