Northwest Madagascar Wildlife Cruise
Why join this Voyage?
Unique voyage exploring the remote beaches, teeming reefs, dense mangroves and beautiful islands of northwest Madagascar, experiencing the extraordinary wildlife and charming people of this region
Encounter Madagascar’s exotic wildlife, including humpback whales and dolphins, nesting turtles, black lemurs, frigate birds and chameleons amongst other endemic reptiles, as well as sea birds and plant life
Travel aboard a small recently refurbished research ship with a maximum of just 24 passengers. Varied daily excursions accompanied by onboard naturalist guide. Optional kayaking and full dive facilities
This expeditionary Madagascar cruise offers the adventure traveller the rare chance to experience the unique wildlife and beautiful scenery of the island’s virtually inaccessible northwest region. Using the newly refurbished small research ship Maya Dugong as your floating base, explore this stunning coastline with daily guided excursions to nature reserves and local fishing communities, with plenty of opportunity for snorkelling and swimming, whale watching, kayaking and diving (optional). The snorkelling and diving here is some of the best in the region. Choice of either a full 15 day or shorter 8 day expeditionary voyage departing in August. The boat is also available for Private Charter to private groups (July – September).