The Morondava Circuit is a 13-day sightseeing itinerary in western Madagascar, an off the grid itinerary exceptionally designed for explorers and adventure seekers. The trip is suitable for fit travellers, who enjoy hiking. It is a private guided road trip. The itinerary offers a slow-paced journey into the western region of Madagascar, the land of Sakalava and Menabe tribes. Hike in the majestic national park of Tsingy de Bemaraha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, discover sacred caves, enjoy sundowners at the famous Avenue of the Baobabs in Morondava and take snorkel in pristine turquoise waters. The program involves several days of long 4×4 driving. Since domestic flying within Madagascar can be challenging, a road trip is the best way to connect these destinations in one circuit. The program includes accommodation at small rustic hotels. We can tailor this itinerary to suit your plans by changing the length of the trip or the order of activities. You can also choose to make the trip the other way around, flying to Morondava, and returning by land (or vice versa).