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Tsimbazaza Zoo (known locally as Parc Botanique et Zoologique de Tsimbazaza or PBZT) is a zoo and botanical garden in southern Antananarivo. It is the only zoo of its kind in Madagascar.There is a lot of greenery and nature (all kind of plant that exist in the Island) as well as the animals ( many species of lemurs, crodiles, reptiles and birds).It is a great way to get introduced to Madagascar (Biodiversity, culture, and history).

Lunch at the restaurant near the park. Continuation to visit the old city in upper town (“La Haute ville”) where is the Queen's palace, the ancient Prime Minister Rainilaiarivony palace, ancient Justice palace, cathedrals and the residential area ancient noblemen families worth a visit.

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A short drive away from Tana the capital while appreciating the sight to behold in and of itself to reach the Lemur's park. The hustle and bustle out of the city and then into the tranquility of the Madagascar country side with mountainous terrain of lush green hills and valleys and red mud.

You will discover nine species of lemurs in freedom in a 5-hectare botanical park planted with 6,000 tree. As lemur is the symbol of endemic fauna of the island, this park is the easiest place to find. Lunch on site and continue till Antongona hill which is the site of two historic royal wooden houses and the walled village of Amborano, established in the 17th century. This place is turned into museum to know more about Merina culture and dynasty.

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This national park is incredible...the area surrounding the park is a desert wasteland of poor environmental practices, which makes the park itself almost completely unexpected. It is lush and green and teaming with all kinds of flora and fauna.Discover the many waterfalls such as the Antomboka, the Antatakarana and the sacred waterfalls and the Mahasarika lake. The visit inside this paradise for birdwatchers gives an opportunity to find in tropical forest a lot of birds such as Malagasy kingfisher Alcedo vintsioides, Madagascar blue pigeon Alectroenas madagascariensis, Madagascar paradise flycatcher Tersiphone mutata or Souimanga sunbird Nectarinia souimanga etc. You can find too reptiles little famous Gekos and lemurs as well.

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City tour of Tamatave, and then continuation till Mahavelona or Foulpointe village. It is a resort charming place situated at 60 km from Tamatave. It is composed by Beautiful beach protected by a coral reef and an ancient monument “Fort Manda”. This fort is an architectural design with its special materials construction used, a mixture of coral powder and stones bound with egg white, the wall are pierced by numerous guns.

This circular building was home to the late nineteenth century the royal garrison responsible for ensuring this strategic port. Built at the initiative of King Radama 1st in powdered coral and stone related with white egg, it recalls the traditional construction of Rova highlands.

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Full day dedicated to 2 royal hills Ambohimanga and Ilafy.Being a former summer residence of the reigning sovereign of Imerina, Ambohimanga palace contains many buildings and memorabilia dating back to royalty period. It helps to understand how and where build the relations of the kings-queen and people hundred years ago.

We have special lunch near the palace where an historian will continue to tell more stories about. Continuation till the site of Ilafy the capital of the kingdom of Andrianjafy. Ilafy is also the site of the first arms manufacture in Madagascar, established by Jean Laborde in 1833. Drive across the typical countryside of the highland where the rice field and the red chatted roof abounds.

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Morondava is the capital of Menabe region where Sakalava tribes lives since the first settlement. After time the other tribes came to mix up with the local population and from it result the current cosmopolitan population of the south- West part of Madagascar. But this region is known for these majestic baobab and and Tsingy Geologic formation and for the seafood exploitation.

Doing the city tour, will let you kwon the local market commonly called "Bazar, the spiriluna factory hold by the local association where we will learn more about the stage of the fabrication of this very precious substance for nutrition. Canoeing the mangrove and lay on the beach are interesting too such experience in this area.

In the afternoon, we will visit the baobab amoureux (lovers) to listen to the legends and history. We will end our visit at the Alley of Baobab to admire the sunset. The baobab amoureux: Lovers Baobab .Here two magnificent baobabs (Adansonia za) have twisted together, two such a giant twisted. This is very a unusual sight where faith and legends abounds.

The Avenue or Alley of the Baobabs is a prominent group of baobab trees lining the dirt road between Morondava and Belon'i Tsiribihina. Its striking landscape draws travelers from around the world, making it one of the most visited locations in the region.

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Nosy Sakatia is called also the orchid island is still unspoilt piece of paradise only 1km west of Nosy Be, offering excellent snorkeling, diving and moderate hiking. The beach was superb (With access to a great reef out front for snorkeling at low tide where we swam with sea turtles) and the views were spectacular from all locations on the grounds. There were an abundance of flowering & trees on the grounds that added to the wonderful secluded and tropical feel. There is a family of resident lemurs that came to visit guest easily.

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The park is wonderful and makes you feel you were in the middle of the jungle (about 108 Km from the city of Diego-Suarez. It is a spectacularly eroded limestone fortress of sharp ridges, patches of dense tropical jungle, deciduous forest, deep caves and canyons (actually it is the biggest underground network of Africa) and rushing rivers.

With an annual rainfall of almost 2000 mm, the underlying rocks undergo a heavy erosion producing an amazing karst topography, being its most known result the fantastically eroded limestone spires, known as “tsingy”. Walking on the Tsingy is also a great and amazing experience. This reserve contains one of the highest density of primates of any forest in the world 4 species of lemurs, reptiles, bats and sometimes crocodiles.

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Nosy Iranja is the best place if you want to see a beautiful, quiet, see turtles lay eggs every day or come running to the sea from birth, walk through the forest (which is actually a very nice garden) and arrive at a deserted beach. If you want to go fishing, go around the island of Iranja Kely and Iranja Be joined by a white sandbar.

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Betsimisaraka’s capital, or the capital of the East, is situated at the mouth of Pangalanes channel. Tamatave is called Toamasina in Malagasy language. It has an important oil refinery to supply the capital. We visit the main thoroughfare of the city which is the Boulevard Joffre, all commercial activities are here.

We continue until Bd Ratsimilaho especially between Pointe Asti and Pointe Tanio, where you have a great view of the district, the big Market Bazar be and Bazar kely and finally the avenue of Independence facing the port. We visit the zoo of Ivoloina which is a natural habitat of 282 hectares where a dozen varieties were discovered. This Park is also home to hundreds of radiated tortoises and other species include spider tortoises, boas from the tree, frog tomato, tenrecs, vasa parrots and chameleon panther.

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