A safari to the West coast of Madagascar is embarked upon for so many reasons. Not least of which are the impressive baobab alley in Morondava, the forests of Kirindy which are home to the fascinating Fosa and also the wonderful tsingy formations.
The Western reaches of Madagascar offer the traveller so much diversity and adventure. It is in this part of the island that so many of the images we associate with this unique island destination are to be found. Birdwatching in the west is a “must do” activity in this part of the world and there is nowhere better than the Parc National d’Ankarafantsika to begin your exploration of the aviflora of the island. Madagascar is home to the a small mammal carnivore – the fossa, and the Réserve Forestière de Kirindy is a fine place to search for this elusive endemic little fellow. Who would have thought that Madagascar is also home to wonderful Baobab trees, and there is no where better to walk amongst these giant trees.