Date: Sun, July 10, 2022 - Sat, July 23, 2022

Trip Status: Taking Reservations

Price: From $7,659

Activity Level: Active

Region: Africa & the Middle East

Arrangements: Terra Incognita Ecotours

The Duke Lemur Center has been working in Madagascar for 30 years and we will have access to Duke connected conservation projects and people. This trip is perfect for first time Madagascar visitors as well as for those returning to Madagascar for a second or third trip! Madagascar is home to all of the world’s lemurs (some 100+ species) and over half of the world’s chameleons, in addition to more than 170 species of frogs. Every year scientists discover new species of plants and animals in Madagascar’s deserts and forests.

Madagascar is a nature lover’s dream. It is also an exceptional photographic destination, where many of the animals are habituated, providing remarkable photographic opportunities. Our exciting itinerary is custom-designed by Charlie Welch of the Duke Lemur Center and the experts at Terra Incognita Ecotours to cover some of the island’s highlights, including different eco-systems with a diversity of wildlife and photographic subjects. We have selected the itinerary to showcase the incredible diversity in landscape, flora, and fauna common to each of these areas.

Read about Duke’s SAVA Conservation Project and partnership, which is helping Madagascar’s lemurs by helping its people.

Reservations and Information

To reserve, complete a registration form in the brochure and mail to Duke Travels, Box 90572, Durham, NC 27708, or call (919) 684-2988 to reserve conveniently over the phone and let us know you are mailing your reservation form to hold your space.

To learn more about our travel program or any of our upcoming trips, please contact us at duketravels@duke.edu or 919-684-2988

Duke Leaders

Dr. James Herrera

Program Coordinator, Duke Lemur Center SAVA Conservation Program in Madagascar

Mode of Travel

Land

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