Your solidarity tripto Madagascar

Discover the island in an ethical and supportive way

Give meaning to your journey

A green and conscious circuit

Because preserving the beauty and diversity of Mada is an imperative, we favour a green circuit, far from mass tourism, for each solidarity trip to Madagascar.

Respectful of people and nature

Do you prefer hiking or mountain biking? Adventurous or eco-volunteer mode? We can offer you various services for your solidarity trip, always in a logic of respect for places, animals and people.

An immersive visit

Discover a magnificent, unspoilt island with a rich flora and fauna and a warm, simple and friendly population renowned for its welcome and hospitality.

 

Why don’t you find out about Mada some other way?

Go on an adventure

Explore Mada by bike along a cycle path, explore the wilderness roads in a 4×4 or simply mop around in a backpack, map in one hand, compass in the other to meet the local people…

Opt for a connected trip

In order to maximize your experience, we give you the possibility to rent several connected objects such as integrated GoPros or drones to capture unforgettable memories.

Learn from the locals

Whether or not you are part of a humanitarian association, we invite you to discover the island through the eyes of its inhabitants by participating in our eco-volunteer missions.

Choose an ethical journey

A first itinerary will be proposed to you within 48 hours after our appointment.

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What they thought of their solidarity trip to Madagascar

“My expectations of this stay were more than fulfilled. I knew this country was beautiful, but everything I saw, heard through the forums and discovered was frankly beyond my imagination.

Thank you for your organization, your culture, the research carried out at the time of the various requests, the little extras which also make the little extra of this trip, your availability and your listening with all these sick people that you had in the group, your unfailing smile … and all that made this trip I never forget it.

So a big thank you.”

 

Laurence MARTINET
“All good things come to an end and unfortunately the best ones pass too quickly  2 weeks in Madagascar is already not bad but I would have liked to stay there longer.

As I was saying to Vona it will be the occasion to come back to see the whales, the tsingys and some other wonderful surprises your island has in store for us.

You will have understood that I really enjoyed my stay and I thank you for the organization, thank you for your rigour. I highly recommended you. Thank you so much for a great trip.”

 

Nicolas GALLOUX

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