Day 19:  Tsaranaro – Ranomfana 
Saturdays are always big market days in Africa and Madagascar is no exception. As we left Tsaranaro on our way upcountry to next our overnight stop at Ranomfana we passed Vohitsoaka, the small village of the turning of the bones cer...

Day 16: Isalo National Park
Today was a rest day and we set out early to explore the Isalo National Park before the Midday heat arrived. 

The National park covers 815 square kilometres of Jurassic terrain which features dramatic Sandstone cliffs and canyons that ha...

14 Nov 2017

After much coaxing we have gotten Linda and Mike to share their much cherished camping bread recipe with the secret ingredient included.This quick and easy recipe is delicious and a real winner when on the road in Africa or around the campfire in Australia. Like most g...

9 Nov 2017

Follow Mike on Linda on the latest Self Drive Adventure in Madagascar with the below active map that will track their route across the island using Spotwalla 

Read all bout the Adventure on our Travel Blog below 

Madagascar Adventure Blog : Part 1

Madagascar Adventure Blo...

Day 13: Andavadoka - Ifaty

Today was the first day of our adventure where we were traveling on tracks that even the GPS didn’t pick up! Gasy is short for Malagasy, which is the local language and how the people from Madagascar refer to themselves. Our guides joke that t...

Day 10: Belo Sur Mer - Manja

We had to tear ourselves away from the coastal paradise of Belo Sur Mer to venture into the remote inland town of Manja that was once that capital of the Sakalava kingdom. 

The timing of our departure from Belo Sur Mer had to be carefull...

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