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Madagascar: A Safari Tour

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Photo: Brown W Cannon III

Madagascar has so many creatures that don’t exist elsewhere that it’s hard to keep track, especially because parts of the island are only semi-explored. Lemur enthusiasts will no doubt be thrilled with the multitude of sightings they encounter - and the variety within the species. Accommodations can range from a tent in a National Park to a luxury hotel with a private plane and seaside rosewood villas. With all the beauty and exotic discoveries awaiting you, it's a miracle that Madagascar has remained unspoiled.

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Destinations: Madagascar

Inspired by: Madagascar: A Safari Tour — by Andrew Solomon, Published Dec. 2007

Hotels (5)

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    Vakôna Forest Lodge

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    Le Domaine de Fontenay

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    Tsara Komba Lodge

    Tiny Nosy Komba has no roads, and therefore no cars; guests arrive from Nosy Be, the nearest island, a 25-minute boat ride away. Originally a three

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    Relais de la Reine

    Isalo National Park, in central Madagascar, is a moonscape of towering sandstone outcroppings, narrow canyons, and lush forest. Relais de la Reine,

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    Anjajavy L’Hôtel

    In the 1990’s a French tycoon came to the island nation of Madagascar looking for a high-end place to stay, but couldn’t find one, so he flew up th

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