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A superb adventure holiday for the walking and wildlife highlights of Madagascar

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Experience the best of this enigmatic island continent. We travel to the little visited west and the bizarre rock formations of Tsingy de Bemaraha before encountering Madagascar’s unique wildlife at national parks like Andasibe and Ranomafana.

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From canyons and gorges to bush-covered plains and dense forests, rocky ridges and the summit of the island’s highest accessible mountain peak, this is a unique and highly varied trek steeped in natural beauty.

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Hidden Treasures o.. 11/06/19 from Travel The Unkown is an exhilarating holiday in Madagascar. Available from 11 Jun 2019 to 2 Jul 2019 this 21 day trip costs from £3,795 and has a maximum group size of 12 persons.

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A cycling holiday in Madagascar, explore the highlights of the land of lemurs

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Madagascar, the fourth largest island in the world, offers a cycling adventure like no other

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Hidden Treasures o.. 01/10/19 from Travel The Unkown is an exhilarating holiday in Madagascar. Available from 1 Oct 2019 to 22 Oct 2019 this 21 day trip costs from £3,795 and has a maximum group size of 12 persons.

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Madagascar is a paradise for wildlife lovers, and much of its animal life cannot be found anywhere else in the world

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Hidden Treasures o.. 09/06/20 from Travel The Unkown is an exhilarating holiday in Madagascar. Available from 9 Jun 2020 to 30 Jun 2020 this 21 day trip costs from £3,795 and has a maximum group size of 12 persons.

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Embark on an adventure through Madagascar that'll have you lazing on white-sand beaches, exploring tropical rainforests and spending time with a huge variety of wildlife including lemurs, the island's most famous inhabitants

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