Australia’s most well-known science communicator and author, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, will lead a World Expeditions adventure to Madagascar in September 2017, exploring the island’s spectacular national parks and unique wildlife.
Often described as “an answer looking for a question”, Dr Karl has been entertaining and enthralling audiences around Australia for more than 30 years, singlehandedly selling the joys of science to the masses.
World Expeditions CEO, Sue Badyari, says the island of Madagascar is, like Dr Karl, synonymous with the quirky and exotic, making this adventure incredibly unique and exciting.
“Separated from Africa millions of years ago, Madagascar is a dream destination for the adventurous traveller, with its weird and wonderful animals, fantastic landscapes, and impressive tree and plant life,” she said.
“Discover Madagascar with Dr Karl” trip highlights include:
- Walking amongst the impressive Baobabs forest in Reniala Private Reserve
- Hiking amongst the sandstone rock formations at Isalo Massif
- Trekking in the spectacular granite rock valleys at Andringitra National Park
- Exploring the cloud-forest National Park of Ranomafana and searching for the rare Golden Bamboo Lemur
“The diversity of this adventure, coupled with Dr Karl’s quirky perspective and infectious enthusiasm will ensure this trip is a once in a lifetime opportunity,” Ms Badyari said.
The 13-day “Discover Madagascar with Dr Karl” departs Antananarivo on 2 September 2017. Cost from $5990 per person.
Further information at www.worldexpeditions.com or 1300 720 000.