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Birdwatching in Madagascar

In dedicated excursions or hiking in the nature, you will discover a rich and endemic avifauna in the island. Madagascar has an exceptional fauna and flora biodiversity. You can observe these many birds that live in the forests of the island.

A rich avifauna

Madagascar, exceptional ornithological site

Madagascar, an ornithological full-scale park combines an incredible variety of birds. A true paradise for nature lovers and especially for ornithologists; young and old will appreciate as well to observe the birds of Madagascar in their natural habitat.

Undertake an adventure between October and December to explore the many facets of Madagascar! You will combine birdwatching with treks, hikes, camping or bivouacs, and discover as well the lemurs. An unrivaled animal world is offered to you!

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What birds can be observed in Madagascar ?

You can watch among others, the parrot vasa, the black parrot, the lovebird, the heron or the egret. The large migratory birds of Africa also come to breed in Madagascar during the wet season and you will have all your time to contemplate them.

The circuits make it possible to observe on average more than 100 different species! Exoticism, intense colors : you will be delighted by the ornithological beauty and richness of the island.

Birdwatching

Where to watch birds in Tulear?

observation oiseaux madagascar birdwatchingIn Tulear vicinity’s, two touristic sites stand out for birdwatching.
The Tsimanampetsotsa National Park will make you discover not less than 72 bird species nested by a turquoise blue sea, at the top of a baobab or in the forest’s depths. The park also have many activities such as trekking, scuba diving or surf.
Learn more about the park

The Tsinjoriake newly protected area offers different guided tours during which you can see endemic bird species of the South such as pink flamingos or the calicalicus rufocarpalus in a picture post card frame.
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