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Coronavirus: a message to our customers
If you are due to travel shortly we will be in touch to support and guide you, based on current Foreign Office advice.
If you are ready to start planning you next holiday, our 'Book with Confidence' pledge has been created to give you peace of mind. For new bookings made before 30 June 2021, we will not charge if you need to move your holiday dates or change to a new destination due to Covid-19, up to 60 days prior to travel. You can move your holiday to any time up to 31 December 2022 or 12 months from your departure date, whichever is later*. If you are unsure of your future travel plans when you need to make this change, we will provide you with a 100% travel credit note.
* Terms and conditions
We may need to adjust the cost of your trip to reflect any seasonal differences. Sometimes non-refundable deposits are required by local suppliers, which would be specified prior to booking. If you are unable to travel, we would secure a credit note for future travel from these suppliers, but you would not get a cash refund for these items. Flights that have already been issues will be subject to the rules of your airline & therefore may not be refundable or changeable. All other terms and conditions remain as standard.
If you are looking to travel closer to home, our sister company Auriel Holidays – offers a wide range of tailor made holidays in the UK, Europe & worldwide.

Warm regards

Claire Farley, Managing Director
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When to go to Madagascar

The best time to visit Madagascar is from August to November, although this very large island has a hot tropical climate with different weather patterns in different regions.
The south, central and west regions can be visited all year round, but are best from May to November, when there is little rain and temperatures are not as hot. Rainfall is spread more evenly throughout the year in the northwest around Anjajavy & Nosy Be.
The eastern rainforests are best visited during their dry season from August to November, when the lemurs give birth to their young - but take rain gear all year round and avoid the cyclone season from late January to March.
Whale watching is best from June to September and birding is best during the breeding season from September to November. Botanists find mid-November to December very rewarding, and April is best for reptiles.
2by2 Holidays are Africa & Indian Ocean specialists so please do email or ring us on 01582 766122 for advice on the best time to visit Madagascar.