The plan is to fly into the capital city of Antananarivo, then take a van from there to the Tsiribihina river. We’ll head on canoes down the river, camping for a night or two, before arriving in the world famous Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, where we will do a bit of hiking over the next two days. Roads get a bit rough for the next patch, so we’ll grab a couple of 4WD vehicles to make our way south towards Morondava, with an obligatory stop at Avenue of the Baobabs on the way to grab some sunset pictures with the massive trees there. Once we arrive in Morondava we’ll have a bit of time to relax on the beach before catching a flight back to Antananarivo, and from there to home, or your next destination (more info on the schedule can be found below in the Itinerary section).
It will be a packed 11 days with not a ton of downtime. When heading all the way to Madagascar, it pays to see as much as possible while you’re there, because who knows when you might be back again!
Although we are pretty set as far as the schedule because hotels are pre-booked, there may be things we may not get to see because of weather, migration patterns, bad luck–who knows.