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FROM THE BEACH TO THE BUSH, EXPERIENCE IT ALL
Our 10-night Jetset safari allows you to experience the best of Madagascar and Zambia, two exceptional African destinations famed for their remote location and unique wildlife offering.
Journey to one of the sister Time + Tide properties in Zambia, the home of the walking safari, to trace the steps of conservation pioneer Norman Carr in the unspoiled wilderness of South Luangwa National Park, Lower Zambezi, and Liuwa Plain National Park.
Awaken your curiosity off the northeast coast of Madagascar to encounter tropical creatures, marine life, and castaway luxury at Miavana. Stay a minimum of 5 nights at Miavana and 5 nights in Zambia and receive 2 nights complimentary, plus complimentary return helicopter transfers from Diego Suarez / Nosy Be to Miavana.
- Complimentary arrival & departure helicopter flights to/from Nosy Be or Diego Suarez
- 5 nights accommodation for two people at Miavana and 5 nights accommodation at one of our Time + Tide Safaris camps in Zambia
- All meals, accommodation, selected drinks, and laundry
- All activities except helicopter adventures, full-day deep-sea fishing and PADI qualification at Miavana
- Conservation Levies and Access Fees of $300 per person per night in Madagascar
- National Park fee / Conservation levy in Zambia of $100 per person per night in Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa and $140 per person per night in Liuwa Plain
- Meet & greet at airport
- Visas and flights
- Spa treatments, gratuities, personal expenses
- Reserve list wines and champagnes
DAY 1 - 5 - MIAVANA, MADAGASCAR
Rediscover your sense of wonder in a place where luxury means stepping foot where no man has before, surrounded by an unspoiled horizon. Explore uncharted waters and coral reefs hosting scores of jewel-toned fish.
Stroll on the white sand beaches or take a guided nature walk to visit the resident lemurs and nesting sea turtles. Spot dolphins and migrating humpback whales as you gaze out over the Indian Ocean. Contribute to the long-term sustainability of the region simply by visiting. At around 10 square kilometres in size, this intimate haven is just the place to escape and unwind.
DAY 6 - 11 TIME + TIDE SAFARIS, ZAMBIA
Zambia is regarded by many as one of the last true wildernesses and Africa’s greatest secret. Visitor numbers are small, and her vast areas of pristine wilderness have remained unchanged for millennia.
The opportunity to explore these areas and see the wildlife without sharing the experience with many others is a privilege that’s hard to find these days. Zambia is a diverse nation comprised of myriad tribes, each of which speaks its own language, in addition to one of the seven official languages, including English.
The Zambians are a greatly happy and friendly people who welcome visitors to their beautiful home.