This 3 Day Andasibe Reserve Wildlife Adventure begins and ends in Antananarivo. Andasibe National Park is likely Madagascar’s most well-known National Park, making it the ideal pit stop for anybody wanting to see the island’s unique species and lush rainforests. Discover well-camouflaged chameleons and hear the loud call of the Indri, the largest species of lemur. Visit the Lemur Island, where you can be sure to spend more time with the stunning lemurs of Madagascar. There are 11 distinct kinds of lemur in the Andasibe National Park, and there are over 300 different species of frogs, so your trip will likely see a wide range of wildlife.
Upon arrival in Antananarivo, Madagascar’s capital, where you will be greeted by your guide in the early morning, either at the airport or at your hotel, depending on the required collecting point. After a brief driving tour of Tana, we’ll continue on to Andasibe through the lush and verdant east. This first phase takes us to a humid region of the country with several primary forests and lakes, as well as rice fields, waterfalls, and sparsely forested areas. We’ll see communities of the Merina tribe strewn across the rugged mountainside along the route. Between noon and three o’clock, we will stop for lunch at the Reptile & Butterfly farm before making our way to Andasibe. After checking in at the hotel, we will go on a night walk around the Andasibe region at around 19:00 to see lemurs and other nocturnal wildlife in action.
After breakfast, we will go on a morning excursion to the Andasibe Special Reserve, where you can see the various animals that live there. Your guide will specifically look for the Indri, the biggest lemurs on the island. Due to its rare fauna and plants, this 810 ha reserve is special. It has a huge selection of endemic orchids, a canopy, and wildlife including chameleons, tenrecs, and numerous birds. We will stop by the V.O.I.I.M. in the afternoon.a public reserve. By providing local populations with a means of subsistence through reforestation efforts, this reserve offers a long-term solution for conserving the region’s surviving rainforests. Additionally, a wide range of fauna, including brown lemurs, indri, chameleons, geckos, and birds, can be found here.
Today, we head back to Tana, where your experience comes to an end. If your journey is co you will be dropped to the airport to catch your flight back home.
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