Madagascar Comprehensive Birding and Wildlife: Mega Birding Endemics, Lemurs, Chameleons and More

  • Our African partner has run more than 50 tours over the past 10 years to the world’s fourth-largest island.  These three week tours are one of the very few Madagascar tours ever to crack the magical 200 species barrier.

  • Of the two hundred species regularly recorded on the island, no fewer than one hundred and forty are endemic or near endemic. This includes five entire families of birds endemic to the island: the ground-rollers, cuckoo-roller, mesites, Madagascar warblers and vangas

  • The wonder of Madagascar extends well beyond its avifauna. Virtually every plant and animal on the island is endemic. Sadly most are threatened by continued deforestation, making Madagascar one of those “must-visit-soon” destinations. Besides the birds, we experience up to 27 lemur species (including the world- famous dancing sifakas) and other mammals from civets to strange tenrecs.

More Details About this Trip:

Pricing:  $5,890 USD or £4,510 GBP for 18 Days and 17 Nights for 2021.

 

Extensions available.

 

Group Size:  priced at 7 to 8 participants.

 

Upcoming Dates: 

September 3 to 20, 2021

October 5 to 22, 2021

 

Mammals

Indri, Ring-tailed & Red-bellied Lemur, Black-and-white Ruffed Lemur, Diademed & Verreaux’s Sifaka, Madagascar Flying  Fox

Birds

Subdesert Mesite, Cuckoo Roller, Long-tailed, Pitta-like, Rufous-headed, Short-legged & Scaly Ground Roller, Red-breasted, Red-fronted, Running, Red-capped, Blue & Giant Coua, Velvet Asity, Nuthatch, Lafresnaye’s & Sickle-billed Vanga, Crossley’s Babbler, Banded Kestrel, Madagascar & France’s Sparrowhawk, Madagascar Sandgrouse, Madagascar Buttonquail, Madagascar Owl, Rainforest Scops Owl, Madagascar & Collared Nightjar, Madagascar (Crested) Ibis, Madagascar Wood Rail, Brown Emutail, White-throated Oxylabes, Archbold’s Newtonia, Thamnornis, Nelicourvi Weaver

Habitats and

Special Sites

rainforest, riparian forest, deciduous woodland, spiny desert, mudflats, wetlands

Other Attractions

Spiny Desert, Berenty, weird herps & insects, coral reefs, shopping, culture

Contact in the USA: Charles:

Forms and payments should be mailed to:

Charles Thornton-Kolbe (in Denver, Colorado)

Toll Free: (from USA or Canada): 

888-203-7464

Telephone: 720-320-1974

Email: charles@pibird.com

Address:

2443 South University

Suit 199

Denver, CO 80210

 

Partnership For International Birding

Address:

PO Box 219

Olyphant, PA 18447

Contact in the UK: Jennifer De Souza:

Jennifer De Souza (in Suffolk, England) 

Telephone: +44 755 214 2976

Address:

The Roost, Leiston Road

Middleton

Saxmundham

Suffolk

IP17 3NS

UK