Madagascar In Depth: Lemurs, Baobabs, and Stone Forests

A Wildlife and Cultural Expedition with Roger Williams with Roger Williams

April 4-29, 2020

Isolated from the rest of Africa since the time of the dinosaurs, Madagascar shelters exotic plants and animals found nowhere else on earth, including more than 100 species of lemur, and wildly colorful chameleons ranging from thumbnail-sized to two feet long! In this environmental treasure trove, we bring you deep into Madagascar's incredible national parks and reserves, from surreal spiny desert ecosystems to lush rainforests. We'll also spend time getting to know Madagascar's cities, off-shore islands, and tucked-away places. We maximize your experience throughout the journey by offering a choice of guided walks, whether a photo-paced ramble, a challenging hike, an early morning bird walk, or a stroll through the bazaar. You’ll meet wildlife researchers, visit reforestation projects—and even plant a seedling on the famed Avenue of the Baobabs!

We are still finalizing the details of this itinerary. Please let us know you're interested and we’ll send you the Full Detailed Itinerary as soon as it is available.

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