* Milay Trek

Milay is a Malagasy word which means ‘wonderful, no problems to be expected’. The MILAY trek is a three-day stay in Fetraomby with easy walks and time for a swim near the waterfall. Every night, you will sleep in one of the comfortable guest rooms with a private but basic bathroom.

Ranking *
Number of days 3
Activities and sights
  • Walking in the jungle
  • Fauna and flora
  • Visiting different villages
  • Music and dance
  • Explanations of the use of trees and plants for medical purposes
  • Visiting a sacred place with ceremony
  • A hike to a 120 metre high waterfall

Summary

The MILAY trek means three days and two nights experiencing the beautiful nature around Fetraomby. During the trek you will pass by several villages where you will experience the friendliness of the population and the region’s culture. The fauna is diverse, you will probably spot chameleons, lemurs, geckos and other animals endemic to Madagascar. You might want to swim near the waterfall and you will have sufficient time to get to know Fetraomby and its inhabitants a little better (Fetraomby is the main village of the Fetraomby borough). The trek will be accompanied by an English or French-speaking guide.

Price per person (euro)

No. of participants 1 2 3 4 5 6
Price 300 240 200 175 165 150

Included:

  • All transport (including boats and rafts)
  • English or French-speaking guide during the entire trek
  • Local guide during the hikes in the jungle
  • Local porters to carry your luggage and the food for the picnic
  • All meals during the trip
  • Accommodation all nights
  • Performances by local dance and music groups
  • Traditional ceremonies and entrance fees

Excluded:

  • Your stay at Centre Lambahoany, if applicable
  • Entry fees for any other events
  • Change of transport or stay if those planned are available (Reason: the guides and other locals have made preparations and thus got expenses, also if things are cancelled at the last moment)
  • Drinks, other purchases, tips

Download brochure – Jungle treks

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