Mahajanga & the Northwest
Mahajanga is set along the Betsiboka River delta and the Mozambique Channel. Apart from it being a charming coastal town with a bustling center along the promenade by the sea, there’s also lots to see outside of the town. Most visitors head north to explore the area’s natural highlights like the Red Circus, the Anjohibe Caves, Lake Kinkony and its endemic birds and the Tsingy of Namoroka. Further afield, about a two hour drive from the city, we find the sprawling, dry forest of Ankarafantsika. There are a number of lakes and the park is criss-crossed by tracks and paths. The native fauna of Madagascar are well represented.
|D01||Quad bike excursion to the Red Circus & the Anjohibe Caves|
|D02||Exploration of the old town near the promenade|
|D03||Relax at the beach|
|D04||Transfer to Ankarafantsika + visit of the Ambalabongo Canyon|
|D05||Visit of the national park + boat excursion on the lakes|