If you’ve seen the film, I’m sorry to inform you that we won’t find any singing lions on this expedition…
However, if your students fancy themselves as a bit of an ecologist, then there’s no where better in the world.
Madagascar is the world’s fourth largest island with its own unique lora, fauna and wildlife, so you have to be on the lookout for cheeky lumers that hide in the trees!
The main areas for trekking are the Masoala peninsula; Ankarana National Park (with it’s scary rickety bridge!), Bemaraha National Park (declared as a World Heritage site by Unesco in 1990); the Andringitra Mountatins - ranging from 650m to 2658m and the Isalo Mountains with their canyons, cliffs and gorges.
Let’s just say… you won’t be stuck for stunning views or photos to take back to your school!
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Scuba Diving in the Indian Ocean
Grade - moderate
Altitude - 800m - 1,800m
Visa - 30 day tourist visa is available free of charge at the airport on arrival. Minimum 6 months on passport on arrival with 2 blank pages on passport.
Capital - Antananarivo
Official Language - French and Malagasy
Population - 23.1 million
Climate - tropical by coast, temperate inland and arid in south
Religion - Approximately 55% practice traditional beliefs, 40% are Christian and 5% Muslim.
Currency - Malagasy Ariary