Discover a nature wonderland like no other with a visit to Madagascar. Wander through the lush, untouched jungles of the island and seek out rare wildlife, endemic plants and birds, while exploring its limestone karst formations and white-sand beaches. You can also delve into its history by visiting colonial towns, admiring native crafts and taking in the quaint coastal villages dotted along its shores. Whether you’re an eco-traveler or nature lover, Madagascar has something for everyone.  Transport yourself to an exotic place where the sights, sounds, and flavors of Madagascar come alive – a sanctuary for nature lovers that features some of the most unique wildlife on Earth. At Safari de Madagascar, you can experience a safari adventure like no other — one that takes you into the heart of this vibrant island nation off the east coast of Africa. Your journey begins in Antananarivo (Tana), then continues through lush jungles, savannahs, and forests. Here, you’ll have unparalleled opportunities to view stunning wildlife species like lemurs, chameleons, fossas, and many others found only in Madagascar. Enjoy morning and night game drives along with plenty of time to interact with local people as they share their culture and stories of ancient Malagasy traditions. And don’t forget — every night ends around the campfire under a star-scattered sky.  Let your spirit soar in this enchanting country as you immerse yourself in its captivating environment on a safari to Madagascar with Safari de Madagascar.

Things to do

Step into the wild world of Madagascar, a unique and exciting destination like no other. From its beguiling lemurs – the primitive relatives of monkeys, apes, and humans that call this tropical island home – to its beautiful chameleons and vivid orchids that adorn the landscape, Madagascar has something for everyone. Even the ancient baobab trees that watch over the horizon are sure to create lasting memories.  Explore this one-of-a-kind place where you can discover some of nature’s most captivating secrets, showcasing its remarkable plants and animals in all their glory. Madagascar is an enchanting destination for anyone looking to explore a truly unique part of the world.


  • Search for lemurs
  • Explore the Tsingy
  • Lounge on beautiful beaches
  • Avenue of Baobabs
  • Isalo National Park
  • Explore small islands
  • Diving & snorkelling
  • Luxury Island lodges
  • Ultimate windsurfing
  • Sailing
  • The Royal Palace.

Getting around

The best ways to travel around Madagascar are either to hire a car with a driver or join an organized tour. Car rentals commonly come with a driver which is inclusive as part of their rates and this allows you the flexibility with your itinerary.  If you do decide to hire a vehicle, insure that you request all details and ask what is inclusive prior when finalizing the booking and not when fetching your vehicle.

What is the weather like

Experience the unique atmosphere of Madagascar when you visit its East Coast. With its sub-equatorial climate characterized by hot, rainy seasons lasting from November to April, and cooler, dry season lasting from May to October, Madagascar offers something special for every season. Enjoy temperatures rarely exceeding 30°C and benefit from the region’s heavy and consistent rainfall throughout the year that can reach up to 3,700 mm annually. Discover a land full of local wonders when you travel to Madagascar’s east coast.  From May through October—the dry season—Madagascar is at its most vibrant. Lively with activity in its cities and alive with animal life in the countryside, this small island nation off the coast of East Africa offers travelers the perfect combination of temperate conditions and abundant outdoor activities. Whether you’re looking to explore bustling markets or take a deep dive into one of Africa’s most beautiful ecosystems, Madagascar promises a truly unforgettable journey full of fun, excitement, culture and adventure.

What to pack

Madagascar is the perfect destination for those looking to immerse themselves in Africa’s vibrant culture and take in its spectacular natural beauty. And with the help of African Sky of Diamonds, you can be sure your trip to Madagascar is safe, comfortable, and unforgettable. Offering advice from tropical medicine specialists and a first-aid kit stocked with all the essential components – from sunscreen to anti-malarial tablets – we prioritize your safety so you can truly experience it all. So let us help you make the most of this awe-inspiring continent and book your trip to Africa today.

  1. Some warmer clothes for nights in the highlands
  2. Some long-sleeved, cotton clothes to avoid mosquito bites.
  3. A rain coat for the rain forests of the East Coast
  4. A little bottle of hand sanitiser
  5. Tampons and sanitary napkins that are difficult to find there
  6. A resealable bag of washing powder
  7. A pareo, or wrap-around skirt if you want to swim
  8. A hat and sunglasses are essential
  9. A camera with a good zoom (or a telephoto lens) to take pictures of the lemurs and the many birds.
  10. Take a spare battery for nights spent bivouacking.
  11. A headlamp or flashlight
  12. A travel diary to record your thoughts
  13. A waterproof bag to protect your camera equipment in case of rain
  14. Some cleansing wipes (for bivouac stops, or more generally as soon as there is no faucet in sight).
  15. Some hiking shoes


The Ariary is Madagascar’s unique and iconic currency – a remnant of the pre-colonial period, when it was the medium of exchange for goods and services around the island nation. Held with deep pride by its citizens, the Ariary offers travelers a rare insight into the long history of this tropical paradise.  Now in circulation for over two centuries, each note is filled with cultural significance – 5 iraimbilanja to the ariary, reminders of ancient legends that are still told today. With its distinctive designs and Each iraimbilanja denomination providing different colors, denominations and sizes, every transaction with The Ariary is as authentic and unique experience.


Check the vaccines and medicines list and visit your doctor at least a month before your trip to get vaccines or medicines you may need.  Make sure you are up-to-date on all routine vaccines before every trip. Some of these vaccines include:

  • Chickenpox (Varicella)
  • Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis
  • Flu (influenza)
  • Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR)
  • Polio
  • Shingles
  • COVID-19 vaccines
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Malaria
  • Measles
  • Polio
  • Rabies
  • Thyphoid
  • Yellow Fever

Travel Tips

Take the adventure of a lifetime with a trip to enchanting Madagascar. Embark on a journey that will take you off the beaten path and into incredible natural wonders, vibrant wildlife and diverse cultures – all without having to worry about applying for visas in advance. With a single-entry 30 or 60-day visa available on arrival, you can enter the world’s fourth largest island at its airport, ready to explore its many hidden gems. Experience the breadth of Madagascar’s unique beauty, from stunning beaches and waterfalls to lush rainforests, while immersing yourself in its fascinating culture and hospitality. Visiting Madagascar is an opportunity not to be missed.  Visa fees are not applicable if you stay for less than 15 days.