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Langtang Trek

I had a really enjoyable time and it was good to see another part of Nepal...I very much enjoyed Bardia NP.... As always with WE everything went as planned my guide Jagdish was worth every rupee. It was also good to experience the tea house style of trekking and, while there are numerous advantages, I think that for me at least, tents are the future! (There did seem to be an endless amount of not very well people in the lodges that I have never experienced in tents and I can only eat so much rice and dal).

Ray Price | United Kingdom
 
 

Madagascar Now More Accessible

29/03/2017

Set to operate three times weekly, Ethiopia Airlines' new service to Antananarivo, Madagascar, will fly to and from Ethiopian airline’s hub at Addis Ababa. This hub connects to and from major cities around the world, including Washington, Newark, Los Angeles and Toronto.

From national parks and lush rainforests to coral beaches and craggy coastlines, below is our top adventures to experience the ecological and biodiversity hotspot.

 

Baobab Alley, Madagascar 

A COMPLETE EXPLORATION  From walking across grassy plateaus, crossing starkly eroded hills and climbing up amongst moonscape rock formations, this trip offers an immersive exploration of the island. Travellers will discover natural swimming pools and remote rivers, take night walks to spot nocturnal fauna, search for ‘fosa’ (the island’s largest carnivore) and traverse the iconic ‘Baobab Alley’.

Madagascar Adventure (21 days) departs April-September


Beautiful beach in Madagascar 

TROPICAL BEACHES AND EXOTIC AROMAS  This itinerary provides an insight into the northern coast, a little-visited section of the island. With white coral beaches and clear blue waters combined with rainforests teeming with wildlife, a craggy coastline, and the lakes and waterfalls of the forested hinterland, it’s an adventure like no other. 

Madagascar Reef and Rainforests (8 days) departs March-November


Unique Wildlife of Madagascar 

GETTING OFF THE BEATEN TRACK  Setting off from the dry Central Highlands, travellers pass through lush verdant landscapes and small village communities where tropical fruits and terraced fields set the scene. In the rainforest, travellers can take both day and night walks in the forest to view colorful chameleons and lemurs before travelling by boat on a series of lakes and along narrow canals en route to coastal fishing villages.

Culture & Wildlife of Madagascar (7 days) departs March-November


Ambalavao, Madagascar 

A SHORT AND SWEET INTRODUCTION  This trip explores the spectacular collection of the island’s top national parks, taking in the full diversity of the land and animals. For its unique flare, the itinerary also includes visits to the woodcarving capital Ambositra, the city of Antsirabe, known for its high concentration of ‘pousse-pousse’ (pulled rickshaws), as well as the colourful town of Ambalavao, whose local craftspeople manufacture ‘antaimoro’ paper from the bark of ahova trees.

Unique Madagascar (11 days) departs March-October