Nice deal! Book Turkish Airlines flights from Bulgaria, Ukraine or Romania to Antananarivo, Madagascar from only €490 return! Also available are flights from Bulgaria to the exotic Seychelles starting at €464 for round-trip!
Lemurs, baobabs, rainforests, deserts, trekking and diving: Madagascar is a dream destination for outdoor lovers – and half the fun is getting to all these incredible attractions…
The unique ecology has led some scientists to refer to the island as the "eighth continent" of the world. For example, the lemur is only found in the wild in Madagascar. Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, near the capital city of Antananarivo, is one of the easiest parks to visit. It features eleven lemur species. Masoala National Park situated in the northeast Madagascar is home to ten species of lemur and a diverse array of birds and reptiles. You can also meet the lemurs in the Anja Community Reserve.
Isalo National Park is notable for its steep canyons, grassland and sandstone formations, all dotted by occasional pools. Ranomafana National Park is very scenic, with numerous streams splashing through densely forested hills. The Madagascar spiny forests contain an outstanding proportion of unique plant species. Around 95% of its original flora is endemic.
To get to know more about this exotic destination check Destination Fly4free: Madagascar. and start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
The Seychelles are the oldest oceanic islands to be found anywhere on Earth. Sandy, dreamlike beaches with granite boulders, swaying palm trees, coral reefs and underwater wildlife make this country a dream destination. The group of 115 tropical islands in the Indian Ocean with only a few inhabited, is known for rich marine life and nature reserves.
The inner granitic islands of the Seychelles are the only such islands in the world, based on continental rock. There are plenty of places to visit on the second biggest one. Enjoy the stunning white sand beaches, like Anse Volbert, Anse Petit Cour (La Domaine de la Reserve) and Anse Marie Louise. Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette frequently make top ten lists of best beaches worldwide. Anse La Blague is stunningly beautiful but quite remote. The beaches of the south coast are extremely shallow, and from May to October seaweed washes up on the southern shores.
You can explore the lush tropical forests covering the hills. Visit Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve or Fond Ferdinand Nature Reserve. Staying on Praslin is also a good idea if you want to travel to neighbouring islands (La Digue, Curieuse, Felicite, Big Sister Island, Coco). There are various boats leaving from Cote d'Or.
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November 2019 – April 2020
Sample dates to Madagascar:
Feb 5-17, 12-24, Feb 16- Mar 2, Feb 26- Mar 12, Mar 9-18, 9-23, 16-31, Mar 25- Apr 7
Sample dates to the Seychelles:
Nov 5-13, 12-20, Nov 17- Dec 2, Dec 3-18, Jan 31- Feb 8, Feb 18-29, Mar 3-11
Kyiv – Antananarivo – Kyiv
Sofia – Antananarivo – Sofia
Bucharest – Antananarivo – Bucharest
Sofia – Mahe – Sofia
Varna – Mahe – Varna
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In Antananarivo we encourage you to stay at Central Hotel Tana with a good price and very good reviews. This property features rooms with ensuite bathroom and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
In Seychelles we recommend you staying at Forest Lodge Guest House with very good reviews. Forest Lodge is located in Bel Ombre and a 15-minute walk away from Beau Vallon Beach. The property has a garden, BBQ facilities and a restaurant. Free WiFi is available. Each air-conditioned room is equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and a telephone with the benefit of free local calls. There is a full a kitchenette with a microwave and a refrigerator, as well as a balcony. Private bathroom also comes with a shower. You can enjoy mountain and garden views.
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