To see Lemurs, the Queen's Palace and learn about history
Antananarivo one day city tour and surroundings tour to discover both some Madagascar lemurs species and the history of Madagascar. Visit of Lemurs' Park first then visit of the Queen's Palace.
A full day excursion in which you can appreciate too the landscape of the surroundings of Antananarivo ( Tana ) by taking photos of the countryside highlands landscape.
If you can not visit Madagascar because of lack of time, through the Lemurs' Park you will have a very good summary of Madagascar fauna and flora. Easy walks with attractive viewing point.
The tour can be customized for your number of people.
One full day excursion to discover the summary of Madagascar wildlife and the summary of Madagascar history through two visits :
Visit of Lemurs' Park ( a lot of lemurs species such as Ring-tailed lemurs, Black-and-white ruffed lemurs, Coquerel's Sifaka, Bamboo lemurs, etc. ) in the west of the city in the morning,
Then visit of the Queen's Palace in the afternoon, where you will learn the History of Madagascar and Antananarivo from the beginning till nowadays. The kingdoms, the kingdom and the republic.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: At your hotel or in a location convenient for you
Duration: 9 hours
The rainy season in Madagascar tends to be between December and March. Cyclone season is in general in January, in February and/or in March.
By car and by foot ( easy walking )
Estimated Local Cash Needed
18 EUR - Lunch and drink can be about 10 EUR to 18 EUR per person.
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Ravo did a fine job and we were very satisfied with his services. I would rate it five stars out of five possible. We enjoyed both the drive out to the Lemur rehab place and observing the lemurs themselves. After lunch, we also had a chance to see the queen's royal palace and a stop at a very large market. Both he and the driver were very courteous and helpful.