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Antananarivo, Ambohimanga, Lemur Park, Fort Dauphin, Berenty Reserve, Andohahela Park, Nahampoana Reserve, Tulear, Isalo Park, Tana, Marozevo, Andasibe Park, and more!

15 Days from/to Antananarivo, Madagascar

June 15 – 29, 2018


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Madagascar gay travelMadagascar split off from the African continent 80 million years ago to form the world’s fourth largest island. It is a living laboratory for evolution – revealing quirky creatures and botanical marvels in its diverse landscape of spiny desert, tropical moist forest, tropical dry forest and mountainous terrain. The vast majority of its flora and fauna are endemic–meaning they exist nowhere else in the world–including more than 100 species of lemurs. Frogs, birds, chameleons, and the number one endangered tortoise in the world, Angokoka (commonly known as ploughshare) — all make their home in a country with a unique blend of Asian and African cultures.

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Marco Polo first reported the island’s existence, and throughout the centuries embattled African slaves, intrepid Indian and Portuguese traders, European pirates, and French colonists have arrived at its shores and gone on to create 18 official “tribes.” During our travels, spot the creative spirit of the Malagasy people expressed in their thoughtful and colorful monuments in honor of their ancestors. Bring a spirit of adventure while you traverse this beautiful island paradise of arid and tropical contrasts and you will be amply rewarded with Malagasy hospitality and incomparable memories.


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'Lemur-Land' Madagascar Gay Tour Highlights

• Antananarivo, capital of Madagascar
• Royal Hill of Ambohimanga *
• Lemurs’ Park
• Rainforests of the Atsinanana *
• Berenty Reserve on the Mandrare River
• Andohahela National Park
• Nahampoana Reserve
• Sandstone Canyon Massif in Isalo Nat. Park
• Independence Day in Tana
• Parc National d’Andasibe-Mantadia

* UNESCO World Heritage Site


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'Lemur-Land' Madagascar Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 00 - Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Depart Home bound for Madagascar
Depart from your home city bound for Antananarivo, Madagascar (airport code TNR). Connecting through a European capital plan for your flight to arrive in Antananarivo anytime on Friday, June 15.


Day 0 - Thursday, June 14, 2018
Travel Day
The first leg of your journey ends as your international flight lands in Europe sometime in today. After waiting out your connection time, board a late evening flight bound for Antananarivo, Madagascar. Depending upon your departure time, you will arrive sometime tomorrow.


Day 1 - Friday, June 15, 2018
Arrive in Antananarivo, Madagascar
Madagascar gay tour - AntananarivoTour services commence today. Arrive Antananarivo, called “Tana” for short, the capital of Madagascar. You are met at the airport and escorted to your luxury hotel. A short drive from the airport through lush green rice fields will bring you to this city with its brightly colored houses stacked up the hillsides and its deliciously exotic flavor.

Antananarivo is situated in the central part of the island, on the slopes of a rocky ridge that rises to about 4,700 feet. The city is the chief economic, cultural, and administrative center of the country. It is the trade center for a rice-growing region, and industries here manufacture processed food, tobacco products, textiles, and leather goods. We have a free afternoon to rest from the long journey.

Settle in and explore the hotel and environs. Dinner is included at the hotel. We’ll gather for a drink and introductions beforehand.

Meals: Welcome Drink & Dinner
Hotel: Colbert Spa & Casino Hotel, Antananarivo, 4*


Day 2 - Saturday, June 16, 2018
Ambohimanga / Lemur Park / Welcome Dinner
Madagascar gay tour - black and white lemurOur morning drive takes us to discover the Royal Hill of Ambohimanga, one of the 12 sacred hills surrounding Antananarivo, where we visit the ruins of the palace of King Andrianampoinimerina. Situated just 15 miles from the capital, Ambohimanga is the birthplace of the Malagasy state, the Mecca of the Merina Kingdom, and the starting point for the unification of Imerina. It was already surrounded by dense forests, but the people erected a massive wall and seven outer gates in the 18th century to further protect the town.

On our way back to Tana, visit the Lemurs’ Park. The lemur, symbol of the endemic fauna of Madagascar Island, can be seen easily in this park as there are 9 species of lemurs roaming about. The observation of this endangered animal is more and more difficult in the wild due to deforestation. In addition to lemurs, the botanical garden contains 6,000 Madagascar plants and many reptile species.

Your welcome dinner will be at a local restaurant. Overnight in Tana.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Colbert Spa & Casino Hotel, Antananarivo, 4*


Days 3 - 5 - Sunday - Tuesday, June 17 - 19, 2018
Fort Dauphin / Berenty Reserve
Madagascar gay tour - baobabsThis morning we fly to picturesque Fort Dauphin in the most exotic and famous part of Madagascar. From Fort Dauphin, board our minibus and drive west to Berenty, home of the Antandroy people. This region of “spiny desert” has weird cactus-like trees. Here, the Mahafaly tribe erects their intriguing and often entertaining “aloalo” (funerary pole sculpture) above the graves. The landscape is dramatic, with rugged green hills for the first half of the journey giving way to a flatlands and a skyline interspersed with baobab and spiny trees, including the “octopus tree” and more spiny plants.

Bordering the Mandrare River, the Berenty Reserve includes more than 600 acres of gallery and riverine forest. For three days, we explore this superb private wildlife reserve, famous for its population of ring-tailed lemurs and sifakas (the most picturesque primate with creamy white fur and darker face).

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Berenty Lodge, Berenty Reserve


Day 6 - Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Andohahela National Park
Madagascar gay tour - Verreauxs SifakaDrive back to Fort Dauphin in time for lunch. In the afternoon visit Andohahela National Park, with its special forest ecosystem combining a semi-arid dry forest and a lush forest. The park covers 295 square miles of the Anosy Mountain range. Fifteen species of lemurs have been recorded here, including ring-tailed lemurs, mouse lemurs, and one of Madagascar’s most emblematic species, Verreaux’s sifaka. More than 130 species of birds, 67 species of reptiles, turtles, and snakes, and 50 species of amphibians live together in the area. At Tsimelahy, the intermediate forest, discover natural swimming pools, reptiles and birds, and visit a local village. At Mangatsiaka, see the dry forest, home to lemurs and reptiles and several species of birds, as well as the beautiful forest of Didieraceae. Overnight in Fort Dauphin.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: La Croix Du Sud Hotel, Fort Dauphin


Day 7 - Thursday, June 21, 2018
Nahampoana Private Reserve
Madagascar gay tour - Carnivorous flowerOn your second day in Fort Dauphin visit Nahampoana Private Reserve, situated a mere 4.3 miles from town. Walk inside the reserve to discover its rich and diversified fauna and flora. See many species of lemurs, reptiles, and birds as well as the vegetation of the east and south coasts of Madagascar. Natural swimming pools, waterfalls, and caves can also be seen during the walk, and you can also explore the reserve by canoe on the small river that surrounds it. Other animals in the park include chameleons, tortoises, crocodiles. Overnight in Fort Dauphin.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: La Croix Du Sud Hotel, Fort Dauphin


Days 8 - 10 - Friday - Sunday, June 22 - 24, 2018
Tulear / Ranohira / Isalo Park
Madagascar gay tour - Isalo ParkTake a morning flight to Tulear, where we board vehicles for the drive to Isalo National Park. There is a dramatic change in scenery during the drive, becoming more desert-like, allowing the sky to fill with all the radiant colors of the setting sun. One of the most frequented parks in Madagascar, Isalo National Park is a spectacular site established in 1962 and covering 315 square miles. The rocks here (known as “ruiniformes”) date back to the Jurassic Period and have been sculpted by wind and water into weird and wonderful shapes: eyes, beaks, and faces.

Awaken to the view of the sandstone canyon massif, markedly different from any place you’ve visited so far on the trip and impressive in its grandeur and unusual eroded shapes. Succulents and fire-resistant trees, such as the tapia, on which the endemic silkworms feed, are native here.

In the early morning, the black kite will soar regally overhead as if it owns the desert sky. The endemic Benson’s rock thrush is found only in this area and will be heard singing in the morning from the prominent rock perches. Spend your days here exploring the park looking for ringtails, sifakas, and brown lemurs. At the Isalo Interpretation Centre, learn about the local indigenous tribes whose mysterious burial sites are found here. Lodgings at the boundary of Isalo National Park.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Le Jardin Du Roy, Isalo National Park


Day 11 - Monday, June 25, 2018
Tulear / Tana
Madagascar gay tour - Madagascar spiny plantsWe make the return drive to Tulear, an oasis of sandy beaches and the third largest coral reef system in the world. Time permitting, visit the Arboretum d’Antsokay, a private reserve encompassing an area of 120 acres. Enjoy lunch before flying back to Antananarivo, where the rest of your day is at leisure. Tomorrow Madagascar celebrates its independence from France with great pomp and joy. To celebrate, every year on the evening of June 25th there are colorful festivals in the streets, with firecrackers and music. One of the spectacles of the day is a presentation of “Hira Gasy”, a musical presentation of Malagasy folklore with singers wearing their best traditional attire and performing songs and dances combined with traditional folk tales from Madagascar.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Colbert Spa & Casino Hotel, Antananarivo, 4*


Days 12 - 14 - Tuesday - Thursday, June 26 - 28, 2018
Marozevo / Andasibe National Park
Madagascar gay tour - Indri LemurWe drive this morning to Andasibe, with a stop in Marozevo for a short visit of the private reserve, “Pereyras.” This park is owned by a prominent naturalist to help preserve many endemic species of animals. Continue our drive to the Parc National d’Andasibe-Mantadia, featuring 31,654 acres of lushness and encompassing two distinct areas: the smaller Périnet Reserve, and the much larger Parc National de Mantadia.

In Perinet we can see the largest species of the lemur family, the indri. Three feet tall, with black and white markings, the indri has an ear-shattering, eerie, wailing sound, somewhere between the song of a whale and a police siren. There are 9 different species of lemurs in Perinet, where you may be able to see the brown lemur, the mouse lemur, and the dwarf lemur. The largest of the chameleons lives here and the bird-watching is superb.

Due to its considerably larger size, Mantadia’s wildlife is even more diverse. Indri, diademed sifakas, and black-and-white ruffed lemurs can be found here, although seeing these animals will require some effort as you follow them on steep and narrow trails. Our Farewell Dinner will be in the evening of our last night here. Three nights at Andasibe.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Vakona Lodge, Andasibe National Park


Day 15 - Friday, June 29, 2018
Andasibe / Tana / Departure
This morning, after a leisurely breakfast, head off to Antananarivo where where we have dayrooms reserved to use in preparation for our long journey home. After dinner (depending on your flight), transfer to the airport for your overnight flight to Europe and onwards to the North America.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Colbert Spa & Casino Hotel, Antananarivo, 4* (Day Room)


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Day 15 - Friday, June 29, 2018
Andasibe National Park / Antananarivo
Madagascar gay tour - Farewell to friendsThis morning, after a leisurely breakfast, head off to Antananarivo where you bid farewell to your fellow tour members who are returning Home.

The rest of the day is at leisure to enjoy the amenities of your hotel, tour or shop around the city. Overnight in Tana.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Colbert Spa & Casino Hotel, Antananarivo, 4*


Days 16 - 18 - Saturday - Monday, June 30 - July 2, 2018
Île Sainte-Marie
Madagascar gay tour - Ile Sainte-MarieTransfer to the airport for departure on your flight to picturesque Île Sainte-Marie. Locally known as Nosy Boraha, Île Sainte-Marie is a slender island about 35 miles-long, offering numerous deserted beaches, coconut palm trees and turquoise blue waters. In the 17th and 18th centuries, pirates called the island their home. This ideal location wasn’t far from maritime routes for ships returning from the East Indies. In addition, the island had abundant fruit and was situated in quiet waters. Legendary pirates including Olivier Levasserur and William Kidd lived on an island located in the bay of Sainte Marie’s main town of Ambosifotatra. Île Sainte-Marie is home to the world’s only pirate cemetery.

With its rugged interior, the island makes a very good place for hiking, cycling and motorcycling. The remote beaches are great spots for lazing in the sun and sunbathing.

Madagascar gay tour - Island spicesYou can also enjoy a host of water sports like kayaking, rafting, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Of course, beach-bumming is a must for visitors to the island; this is the perfect time to grab a book and soak up the sun. Île Sainte-Marie is home to some of the most spectacular whale watching; you may see humpback whales that are known to migrate from the Antarctic to this serene breeding place. Three nights at the luxury Princesse Bora Lodge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Princesse Bora Lodge, Île Sainte-Marie


Day 19 - Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Return to Tana / Departure
Today, fly back to Antananarivo. An opportunity to do some last-minute shopping before relaxing at your dayroom at our hotel. Return to the airport late this evening for your flight back home, connecting through Europe.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Hotel: Colbert Spa & Casino Hotel, Antananarivo, 4* (Day Room)


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• 14 nights hotel/lodge accommodations plus one hotel room for use prior to departure on the final day of the tour:
3 nights and day room at Colbert Spa & Casino Hotel, Antananarivo;
3 nights at Berenty Lodge in Berenty Reserve;
2 nights at La Croix Du Sud Hotel in Fort Dauphin;
3 nights at Le Jardin Du Roy in Isalo National Park;
3 nights at Vakona Lodge in Andasibe National Park;
• All meals from dinner on June 15 through dinner on June 29;
• Three internal flights within Madagascar;
• Hotel transfers;
• Vehicles and drivers as required in the itinerary;
• Sightseeing activities and entrances as listed in the itinerary;
• Bottled water during excursions;
• All applicable hotel and lodge taxes and gratuities for baggage handling;
• All national park entry fees;
• Complimentary medical evacuation insurance.
• This is a fully guided and escorted tour.


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Not Included:

• International airfare to Antananarivo, Madagascar (airport code TNR);
• Passport and visa fees and service charges for obtaining visas;
• Excess baggage charges levied by airlines;
• Ground transportation for sightseeing on your own (taxis, local guides, etc.);
• Meals and optional activities not specifically listed in the itinerary;
• Camera fees;
• Alcoholic beverages;
• Personal and baggage insurance;
• Laundry, telephone calls, faxes, or any other expenses of a personal nature.
• Tips to drivers and guides and other conveyance attendants are not included; tipping guidelines for our group tips will be provided prior to departure.


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Tour Hotels

Colbert Spa & Casino Hotel, Antananarivo

Colbert Spa & Casino Hotel, AntananarivoOffering an indoor pool and a spa and wellness centre with sauna and steam bath, Hotel Colbert is located in Antananarivo. Guests are also invited to the fitness centre. Free WiFi is available in public areas.

With a view of the city, the rooms at Hotel Colbert are air-conditioned and features a flat-screen TV with cable channels as well as free WiFi access. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Each room is equipped with an internet cable.

Colbert Hotel, AntananarivoA continental, vegetarian or English breakfast is available daily. There is an International restaurant and guests can also sample a drink by the pool and the solarium.

Other facilities offered at the property include meeting facilities, luggage storage and shops (on site). The hotel is 17.2 km from Royal Hill of Ambohimanga. Ivato Airport is 13 km away.


Berenty Lodge, Berenty Reserve

Berenty Lodge, Berenty Berenty Lodge is located in the spiny desert in Berenty Reserve consisting of spacious wooden chalets with en-suite bathrooms. The lodge also has a pleasant tea garden where afternoons can be spent watching the mischievous ring tailed lemurs or dancing sifakas at play; alternatively one can visit the museum which displays the local artefacts and history of the region.

The lodge is basic but its location in the heart of the private nature reserve boasts one of the best opportunities to observe lemurs up-close.

Berenty Lodge barThe accommodation at Berenty Lodge is fairly basic and guests should not expect luxury. The lodge has twelve environmentally orientated bungalows. Each of the bungalows has an en suite bathroom with a toilet and shower and is air conditioned.

The main facilities at the lodge include a bar and restaurant which serves traditional Malagasy style food incorporating seafood and the catch of the day.

The main activities are focused around Berenty Private Reserve and all it has to offer. Walking in the dense forest is a fascinating experience which allows the opportunity to see snakes, parrots, eagles and other birds in lush vegetation that remains Virgin forest.


La Croix Du Sud Hotel, Fort Dauphin

La Croix Du Sud Hotel, Fort DauphinLa Croix du Sud is a colonial-style building designed over two levels around a courtyard garden. One of the most modern hotels and offers some of the best accommodation in Fort Dauphin. Fort Dauphin is set in a gorgeous location, with excellent hiking opportunities and some stunning panoramic views of the adjacent countryside.

The rooms at the La Croix du Sud are built in a semi-circle surrounding a green, well-manicured garden.

La Croix Du Sud Hotel In total there are just 20 rooms, 10 of which have showers and terraces, while 3 have no terraces, 6 have a full bathroom and balcony and the last has an additional living room. All of the rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, a mini fridge and a telephone. Each bedroom also has a small alcove with a couch and chairs for periods of relaxation. The restaurant is nearby at the neighbouring hotel and there will be a car available to take guests to the Libanona beach.


Le Jardin Du Roy, Isalo National Park

Le Jardin Du Roy, Isalo National ParkLocated 1.6 km from 'Window' of Isalo (rock formation) in Ranohira, Le Jardin du Roy features a restaurant and free WiFi. The hotel has an outdoor pool and year-round outdoor pool, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.

Some rooms feature views of the mountain or garden. The rooms come with a private bathroom. Extras include bathrobes and free toiletries.

Le Jardin Du RoyYou will find a gift shop at the property.

Guests can enjoy various activities in the surroundings, including horse riding and cycling. The hotel also offers bike hire. 'Queen' of Isalo (rock formation) is 2 km from Le Jardin du Roy, while 'Wolf' of Isalo (rock formation) is 4.1 km away.


Vakona Forest Lodge, Andasibe National Park

Vakona Lodge, Andasibe National ParkVakona Forest Lodge is designed in line with local Malagasy architecture. The ten bungalows and 14 double rooms offer the traveller the desired comfort of ensuite bathrooms, and verandas looking out into the forest of Andasibe National Park. Warmed by the central fireplace the dining room offers views outside whilst keeping warm or alternatively one can relax on the veranda that overlooks the lake.

Each bungalow has a terrace with a small external living room, bathroom with warm water and individual toilets, heating, a personal safe and a mini-bar. There is also a small library.

Vakona Lodge, AndasibeThe restaurant at Vakona Forest Lodge overlooks the surrounding forest and lake, and caters to the following tastes; European, Chinese and of course Malagasy.

Activities include canoeing, squash, trekking, horse riding, swimming, bowls, table tennis and billiards.

For really close up lemur viewing the lodge has it's own 'Lemur Island' where you can feed the friendly creatures as they jump on your shoulders. There is also a crocodile farm and numerous birds and reptiles.


Princesse Bora Lodge, Île Sainte-Marie

Princesse Bora Lodge, Ile Sainte-MarieFeaturing an outdoor pool and spa with aromatic massages, Princesse Bora is located on Sainte-Marie Island, off the east coast of Northern Madagascar. A white sandy beach is only steps away.

The private villas overlook the blue lagoon, the beach or the hotel’s garden. Decorated in wood, all units have terraces with hammocks. Free private Wi-Fi is available in all public areas.

Princesse Bora LodgeGuests can enjoy local food on the restaurant’s terrace, right next to the swimming pool. The hotel’s bar overlooks the lagoon and wine from several continents can be enjoyed in the wine cellar.

Princesse Bora Lodge & Spa is located 30 km from Coco Bay and 45 km from Clipper Bay. Free private parking is possible on site.


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Trip Notes

Entry Requirements
Tourist visas are easily obtained at the airport upon arrival in Tana. See instructions at the Embassy of Madagascar website, and download the visa application form and have it completed in advance of arrival. You need to provide one passport photo, and proof of your departure flight. If you wish, you can obtain your visa in advance through the Embassy.

Immunizations and Health
Check with your doctor or a travel clinic before taking this tour to obtain vaccination recommendations pertinent to your own medical and travel history. Click on the CDC Travel Health website to review currently recommended vaccinations.

Exit Requirements
At this writing, departure taxes are included in your airline ticket. Any departure fees are the responsibility of the individual tour participant if there is any change in this status.

Remember: Plan ahead!
This is not a tour that you can book at the last minute, hop on a plane and go. (You should have at least one month prior to departure to plan and obtain your immunizations!)

Making Travel Arrangements to Madagascar
On this tour, international airfare is NOT included. You will need to get your flights to/from Antananarivo, Madagascar (airport code TNR).

You need to arrive in Antananarivo by the evening of Friday, June 15, 2018. Late night departure is from Antananarivo on Friday, June 29, 2018 (main tour), or July 3, 2018 (if participating in the extension).

All flights within Madagascar are included in the price of this trip.

What to Bring
Located south of the Equator, Madagascar is in the beginning of its winter season in June. Temperatures range from a low of 50 degrees at nighttime to a high of 75 degrees during the daytime. A detailed packing list will be forwarded to you with your documents for this tour. That list will focus on the gear needed for the Safari, as well as more information about weight limitations for our internal flights.

Money Matters
The official currency of Madagascar is the Malagasy Ariary (MGA). Visitors can exchange US dollars, pounds sterling and euro on arrival at the airport, although limits on the amount are in place. Banks are found in the cities and main tourist areas, although many will only take US dollars or the euro. Travelers’ checks are impossible to cash—don’t use them. ATMs are the easiest way to get cash and are found in city centers, but cash is king in the countryside. Credit cards are accepted at major hotels and stores in cities, but are not yet widely used as a form of payment and a service charge will most likely be applied for credit card payments. As of July 1 the Ariari was worth about 2,975 per US dollar.

Tipping in Madagascar:
We will give collective tips from our group in restaurants, and to our local guides and drivers. We will publish a budget and suggested tip contribution before departure. Above that, you will only need to tip for individual services that are not included in our tour price (such as spa treatments, taxis, meals on your own, bar waiters, etc.).


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Lemur-Land - Madagascar Gay Tour Prices

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(Paying a single supplement is not required. Toto Tours will try to match you with a roommate if you are traveling alone and prefer to share a room. If this is not possible, a single supplement will be applied to your reservation before the final payment date.)

$ 9,900

Tour Only, Per Person, Double Occupancy.

$ 3,700

Tour Only, Per Person, Single Occupancy
(Paying a single supplement is not required. Toto Tours will try to match you with a roommate if you are traveling alone and prefer to share a room. If this is not possible, a single supplement will be applied to your reservation before the final payment date.)

$ 4,200

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Tour prices per person in USD, based on minimum group size of 10

Min. Deposit: $1,000 main tour, add $500 if booking extension. Balance Due before March 16, 2018

Three internal flights within Madagascar are included in price

Price does not include payment card charges.


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