Baie de Baly
Tsingy de Namoroka
Cap Sainte Marie
Montagne et Forêt d’Ambre
Madagascar National Parks
Where doing trekking in Madagascar? The answer is: "What would you like to see? » Because Madagascar fits very well the hike: whatever circuit you choose, a real surprise is waiting for.
If you like challenges, the climbing of Baoby Peak or Imarivolanitra (2658m), the roof of Madagascar is an ideal test! At the heart of the National Park of Andringitra, the trek can take airs of challenge. The granitic domes, the lunar landscape, the chains of rocks and the steep slopes are marqued by a series of discoveries of fauna and flora.
For the most daring, choose the circuit that crosses the National Park of the Tsingy of Bemaraha. In this mineral universe built century after century, you will have a land of hike and exploration that will not fail to its reputation.
Finally, for those that appreciate the calm hikes, which require more passion than physical endurance while remaining well animated, know that each of the protected areas managed by Madagascar National Parks is able to satisfy you. Make your choice!
Trekking can be done in all parks and reserves of Madagascar National Parks, except those which are inaccessible during rain.