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A lot of time with the lemurs, we then hiked through the most beautiful landscape where there were waterfalls, natural pools and large, verdant plants that complemented the surrounding, striking sandstone rocks.
... great in understanding that we wanted big more demanding hikes and took us on 2 amazing full day journeys with plenty of views, steep ascents and visits to places with refreshing opportunities in the river pools.
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Enjoyed day and evening walks with an excellent guide who was able to find families groups of 3 different types of lemurs as well as a horned owl, chameleons and various other birds.
We saw a lot of lemurs in the secondary forest, but also loved our hike in the primary forest - we found ourselves running through the undergrowth watchind black and white raft lemurs leap through the trees, spott...
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We completed the 3D/2N circuit including Pic Boby summit with Mario and his crew from ALEFA tours and they made it such a memorable experience in such an incredible park.
The trek was incredible, taking us from Namoly valley to the top of Pic Imarivolanitra (aka Pic Boby, Madgascar’s 2nd highest peak), through the surreal “lunar landscape”, and ending up in the Tsaranoro valley at...
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Loved walking amongst fauna, old old trees, eucalyptus trees, going off the beaten track, following guides to see Golden Bamboo Lemurs, streams, bamboo Palm, orchids, ferns, travellers fern, black and red wild cof...
The paths are slippy but easy to walk on but if you go off track it is a rainforest with thick undergrowth, and very slippy ground - good hiking trainers are a must - and you must have reasonable fitness as it is...
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Well maintained trails really help the trek through the forest to see the creatures.
The park seems to be better maintained than the National Park, particularly the pathways, and our guide was clearly passionate about it.
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Black pool

Ranohira
This pool is well worth the walk - we did it as part of a round trip in the National Park - which took pretty much all day... Good for a refreshing swim though!
It's along the edge of a creek through a steep-walled canyon, with beautiful vistas.
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Blue pool

Ranohira
This pool is well worth the walk - we did it as part of a round trip in the National Park - which took pretty much all day... Good for a refreshing swim though!
It's along the edge of a creek through a steep-walled canyon, with beautiful vistas.
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During our stay we saw 6 species of lemur including the charismatic Coquerel's sifaka which are just great to watch leaping from tree to tree, crocodiles on the lake, many chameleons, a breeding pair of fish eagle...
During the day and night walks I saw many reptiles: beautiful chameleons (oustalets, long-nosed chameleons, etc.), geckos including cute leaf-tailed geckos, skinks, iguanas, and snakes.
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So many friendly people, laughing children, beautiful young people, a lot of beautiful flowers, trees, fruits (you should try fresh lychees sold near the street) and impressive animals: chameleons, in different si...
Its flora and fauna was so surprising to witness..
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Masoala is a great place to visit if you want real wilderness and amazing wildlife especially with the right local guides to share the knowledge of the native flora and fauna and i was lucky enough to find Elysee...
We especially loved visiting Nosy Mangabe island, with all its pristine forests full of chameleons, frogs and birds, long walks across the coastline (we chose a several days trekking tour between Ambanizana and An...
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They were knowledgeable about the animals and plants / trees, and were able to share this with us in English (the primary languages in Madagascar are Malagasy and French).
Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park is a small park right along RN7 going to city of Toliara on SW coast of Madagascar.
The walk goes through the sacred forest, where there is a small natural pool, ideal place for picknick.
The camp organised a lunch to be brought to the Natural Pool, where we were able to rest, before making our way back to camp.
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We saw the flamingoes in the lake which was such a beautiful sight, and a lot of interesting trees and plants as described by previous reviewers, the baobabs and banyan trees are certainly highlights, along with t...
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