2013

Time to REVEAL our exciting, unique and brand-new product for 2013

2013
Madagascar Barefoot Luxury Kayak Adventure

Madagascar Barefoot Luxury Kayak Adventure
You might have guessed this already (with all our newsletter hints in the prior months), but we have exciting news; in 2013 we will introduce our brand new “Madagascar Barefoot Luxury Kayak Adventure”. We are beyond excited about this and we are convinced that there really is no better way to experience Madagascar then by kayaking through the beauty!

Some of the undeniable highlights of this exciting new product include; kayaking in the lush mangroves in the south-eastern part of Madagascar, early morning boat trips for wetland birding, day and night walks in the tropical rainforest to see five species of lemur in the wild, snorkelling in the bay and nearby cove, whale watching from a 15 ft observation tower (June to December), boat trips to untouched islands for picnics and walks, visits to local villages…. And much more…

I am sure you are as excited as us by now. The Madagascar Barefoot Luxury Kayak Adventure is an 11-day adventurous tour priced from EUR 2223 / USD 2815 per person sharing.  Explore Madagascar from Antananarivo to Fort Dauphin including St Luce where you will spend 3 days in the Manafiafy Beach and Rainforest lodge – a truly barefoot luxury experience!

2013
Sunset kayak trip

Fort Dauphin is a typically laid-back Malagasy town and is beautifully set on a small peninsula flanked by sweeping golden beaches and backed by high mountains with green hills, blue seas, fine beaches and a myriad of surrounding attractions – this is what makes it such a popular destination. Fort Dauphin is also known as “the lobster capital” of Madagascar and the town boasts excellent restaurants specializing in seafood.

Manafiafy / St Luce offer’s a wild, natural beauty. It is nested in the middle of filaos and coconut trees and is bordered to the East by splendid beaches and to the north & south by more protected forests.

The Saint Luce Private Reserve is part of 450 hectares of protected forest (including 26 hectares of primary forest), and wetlands, and also boasts kilometres of white-sandy beaches. You can look forward to finding various species of lemurs, chameleons, birds, reptiles, mammals, and sea turtles, thanks to littoral forest, mangrove and open grasslands. You can explore Sainte Luce during day and night walks or with long kayak rides through the orchid-laden mangrove-lined rivers.

To find out more please click here to read more about the day-to-day highlights.

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