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Madagascar – Morondava & Kirindy II Photo Tour 2025

US$4,164 person sharing

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Please note that costs & dates for 2025 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.

20 Sept 2025 – 25 Sept 2025

Although many of Madagascar’s biological treasures live in in the rainforest belt along the eastern and northern edges of the island, some species are better seen elsewhere on “Eighth Continent”. We have arranged for this extension to complement our main tour by visiting the west of Madagascar in order to offer chances for its largest terrestrial mammalian predator, namely the Fosa. Furthermore, we visit the stunning “Avenue of Baobabs”, formed by a collection of arguably Madagascar’s most magnificent baobab, the dramatic Grandidier’s Baobab.

Why this Photo Tour is for You

Destination Allure

The attractive Avenue of Baobabs, and the lanky Fosa, Madagascar’s apex mammalian land predator! Lemurs seen here include Verreaux’s Sifaka, Red-fronted Brown Lemur and this is the best place in Madagascar to see the huge Malagasy Giant Jumping Rat, which weights 2lbs!

Month of Travel

Our Photo Tour takes place in early summer before the summer rains arrive and during this period most lemurs have given birth to their adorable offspring!

Number of Species

Kirindy Forest is the home of many bird species, chameleons, snakes including Madagascar Ground Boa and aside from the famous Fosa, there is a sizeable contingent of nocturnal mammals including Malagasy Giant Jumping Rat and the tiny Madam Berthe’s Mouse Lemur, the smallest primate in the world!

Small Group Departures

Travel to this exotic location with like-minded individuals and share your photographic bucket list together.

Guided Experience

Local knowledge of the region and its wildlife is key to crafting the ultimate photography tour experience. Combined with the photographic expertise of your ORYX Photo Tour Leader, and you are in for an adventure that will further fuel your excitement for photography and the destination.

Dale Morris - ORYX Photo Tours

Dale Morris

5 Days
6 Guests + 1 ORYX Leader
  • Destination
  • Departure
  • person sharing
  • Single Supplement
  • Photographic Highlights
    Avenue of Baobabs, Fosa, Baobabs Amoureux, Variety of lemur species
  • Guide

Day 1: Arrival in Antananarivo

This is set aside as an arrival day in the Malagasy capital of Antananarivo (often referred to as “Tana” for short).

Day 2: Antananarivo to Morondava

This morning we transfer to the airport for our flight to Morondava. We pay a visit to the towering Avenue of Baobab trees this afternoon.

Day 3: Morondava to Kirindy

Departing Morondava this morning, we make our way to Kirindy Forest Reserve which protects approximately 100 square kilometres of one of Madagascar’s most threatened ecosystems. This reserve is well known for its variety of lemur species such as Verreaux’s Sifaka and Red-fronted Brown Lemur but arguably the most sought-after species in the dry deciduous forest of Kirindy is Madagascar’s largest predator, the Fosa. Kirindy is also home to the nocturnal Giant Jumping Rat, and the world’s smallest primate, the miniscule Madame Berthe’s Mouse Lemur (which tips the scales at around 30g / 1.1oz!).

Day 4: Kirindy to Morondava

We have further photography time at Kirindy this morning before we head back to Morondava to overnight.

Day 5: Morondava To Antananarivo

Sadly today marks the end of our Madagascar Photo Tour extension. At a time to be advised, you will embark on your flight back to Tana and depart to your final destination of choice.
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