Discover Andasibe, one of the most well-known national parks in Madagascar, which is renowned for its endemic fauna and lush environment. Take advantage of the opportunity to see chameleons, tenrecs, a variety of orchids, and of course, and many lemur species. Additionally, you will experience cycling through the UNESCO-listed Ambohimanga King’s Palace. Andasibe National Forest Reserve is one of the five earlier-established natural parks in Madagascar, 130 kilometers from Antananarivo. Tropical rain forests dominate the diverse and abundant vegetation in Andasibe National Nature Reserve. This reserve is home to a variety of animals, including up to 11 different kinds of lemurs, as well as several birds, amphibians, and reptiles like chameleons. There are also a lot of rare and wild orchids growing here. Additionally, there are a lot of rare and wild orchids growing here. Here, you may get up close and personal with the unique and fascinating forest, blend in with nature, and enter the mystery world of lemurs, which provides you the amazing delight of playing with numerous adorable lemurs. The Andasibe National Nature Reserve is currently one of Madagascar’s top tourism destinations.
As soon as you land in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, you will be met by a representative either at the airport or your hotel, depending on where you need to be picked up. The remaining time of the day is yours to spend as you like exploring the busy metropolis.
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. The villages of the Merina people are dispersed throughout the rugged hillsides as we travel. After checking in at the hotel, we go on a night walk in the Andasibe region to see the wildlife that are active at night, including nocturnal lemurs.
Following breakfast, we will go on a morning excursion to the Special Reserve of Andasibe, where you can see the numerous species that live in the forest. The Indri, the island’s largest lemur, will be specifically sought out by your guide. With distinctive wildlife and plants, this 810 ha refuge is special. It has a large variety of endemic orchids, a canopy, and creatures including chameleons, tenrecs, and many other birds. The V.O.I.M.M. is where we go in the afternoon. A neighborhood park. By generating income for the local community through reforestation programs, this reserve offers a viable method of preserving the region’s surviving rainforests. A variety of fauna, including brown lemurs, indri, chameleons, geckos, and birds, can be found in this area.
After being transferred back to Antananarivo, go on a bicycle excursion up to the Ambohimanga King’s Palace, which is where the Merina Kingdom was founded. It is Madagascar’s sole UNESCO World Heritage Site. It still has spiritual and holy importance today.
After breakfast, we will return to Tana, where your lemur adventure concludes.
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