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We offer three main itineraries available in English, French and German.


From the Highlands to the Coast / Radel dich fit auf Madagaskar – This scenic route takes you across the diverse landscape from Antsirabe at altitude in the centre of the country, to the beautiful Ifaty beach.

Distance: 580 km

Duration: ~16 days

Starting dates available from Antananarivo:

2018: 24th March, 14th April, 5th and 19th May, 2nd, 16th and 30th June, 14th and 28th July, 11th and 25th August, 8th, 22nd, and 29th September, 6th, 13th, 21st, and 27th October.

2019: 23rd March, 13th and 27th April.


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Madagascar – The Last Eden / Der letzte Garten Eden – Starting in the capital city Antananarivo, you will pass through lush highland villages and Andasibe national park to arrive at the stunning beaches of Ile Sainte Marie on the east coast of Madagascar.

Distance: 650 km

Duration: ~15 days

Starting dates available, from Antananarivo:

2018: 28th April, 23rd June, 15th September, 27th October

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Madagascar Bicicletta – Cycle from Antananarivo to Manakara on the east coast of Madagascar, and take advantage of the opportunity to see the diverse wildlife at Ranomafana national park along the way.

Distance: 620 km

Duration: ~17 days

Starting dates available from Antananarivo:

2018: 26th May, 21st July, 1st September

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Want to book onto one of our tours, or want to find out more information and prices? 

Consult our partners below to investigate possibilities of group tours, private tours, day tours, or any other special requests (languages spoken in parentheses):

Deutschland:  Biketeam Radreisen (de, en), biss-Aktivreisen (de, en), Hauser Exkursionen (de, en), Krebs-Reisen (de), moja Travel (de, en), Urlaub und Natur (de, en),

Madagascar: ICTours (fr, en, nl, mg), Malagasya Travel (en, fr, de, mg), Aloes Travel and Tours (de, en, fr, mg), Colorful Nature ( fr, en, nl, mg)

Österreich: Aqua-TerraTravel (de),

Nederland: Mora-Travel (nl, en, fr, mg, de)

New Zealand: Global Cycling Challenge (en, de)

South Africa: African Bikers (de, en)

United Kingdom: KE Adventure (en)

United States of America: Pedalers Pub and Grill (en)


Want to do one of our tours as part of a sponsored charity ride? Book on with our partners:

Global Adventure Challenges (Chester), Discover Adventure (Salisbury)


If you are a school or a parent, Outlook Expeditions (Bangor), also offers our tour for teenagers as part of a pedagogic expedition in Madagascar.

If you are a tour operator, or want to run a tour with a group of at least 8 people, contact us at:

This is what one of our recent clients David said about the ‘Highlands to the Coast’ tour:

‘Once out of the rackety colonial city of Antsirabe, unfrequented roads and rough dirt tracks take you through a succession of spectacular filmsets: Middle Earth with rice paddies, a rainforest teeming with lemurs and chameleons, the American West (with sapphire prospectors and mountains like a mini-Yosemite) and an Indian Ocean beach featuring sail-powered fishing canoes by day and myriad stars by night. You will be welcomed by people who know the uses of standing stones, who steal and sacrifice oxen, who have never seen a movie screen (for there are none in Madagascar) and who take direction from ancestors in their dreams. Local manufactures are demonstrated. Poverty is everywhere, but so too is human dignity and the enjoyment of life. This professionally-run trip, developed over several years by a German settled in Madagascar, offers competent mountain-bikers the opportunity to experience a unique biosphere and culture before large-scale tourism begins. The mountain bikes are of good quality, and excellently maintained. The schedule is flexible, allowing for extra kilometres on the bike or extra time in the support bus. Food and accommodation are at least serviceable, often better. The beach hotel at the end is quite special, and more than makes up for any hardship along the way. I went in March/April and didn’t regret it my early-season choice: there were occasional thundershowers, but the flowers were out and we had most of the sites (and some of the hotels) to ourselves. Madagascar, like its people, is in some respects a blend of Africa and Asia. If you are contemplating a bike tour in either continent, you’d be hard pressed to beat this one.’