Madagascar – Endemic Wildlife Photo Tour 2026
Please note that costs & dates for 2026 are subject to change as not all our partner properties and local airlines have released their rates. Should we need to revise costs, we will endeavour to keep fees & dates as close to the original.
18 Oct 2026 – 28 Oct 2026
Madagascar is often referred to as the “Eighth Continent”, and its exceptional fauna and flora have evolved over millions of years of isolation. This legendary uniqueness is reflected in many of the species we may encounter on the island, from birds to snakes and frogs to chameleons. The lemurs of Madagascar are another case in point, and this fascinating group of primates will be a major focus of this tour. We certainly will not neglect the colourful frogs, chameleons and fascinating flora of this appropriately named “laboratory of evolution”, with many fascinating examples on display daily during this tour. Virtually every plant and animal on the island is endemic, but sadly, most are threatened by continued habitat destruction, thus making Madagascar one of those “must-visit-soon” destinations.
Why this Photo Tour is for You
Tree dwelling Indri; Diurnal Black-and-white Ruffed and Red-bellied lemurs and Diademed Sifaka; Giraffe-necked weevil; spectacular birds including Cuckoo Roller and Giant Coua; “dancing” Verreaux’s Sifaka; up-close Ring-tailed Lemur; chameleons, frogs and geckos in a multitude of sizes, body shapes and colours.