Small-group expeditions to see Madagascar's reptiles, birds and, of course, lemurs.
Mantadia National Park is the best place in the world to see diademed siafakas.
Lemur Island is a small island sanctuary home to orphaned lemurs that are at ease around human visitors.
A panther chameleon, like ones you may see on your Madagascar Adventure, can catch prey with its tongue in 20-thousandths of a second.
Even the best-traveled nature lover will make a kaleidoscope of discoveries in Madagascar—upwards of 80 percent of the island's plants and animals exist nowhere else on Earth. And between 1999 and 2010, scientists discovered more than 615 new species on the island.
Ultimate Madagascar Adventure Explore four of Madagascar’s national parks in search of its iconic wildlife. Search for multiple species of lemurs—including the loud indri indri and the palm-sized brown mouse lemur—as well as brightly colored chameleons and rare bird species. 14-day tours from $9,995
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