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“Up close & personal”
Review of Lemurs' Park

Lemurs' Park
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Full-Day Antananarivo, Ambohimanga and Lemurs Park Private Tour
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Sydney, Australia
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216 reviews
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“Up close & personal”
Reviewed July 21, 2014

If you miss seeing lemurs in the wild, make sure you have a visit to the Lemur Park. It only takes about 1.5 hours to walk around at a slow pace and get good photos, but well worth it.
These lemurs were all confiscated pets and even though they aren't in their natural habitat, they are now in something close to it.
As they don't know how to feed themselves etc, they are well cared for in as natural an environment as possible.
There are 9 types on lemur at the park, we saw 8, and because they are used to humans, they come up close, even though they are discouraged to interact they are so curious and can't help themselves.
The guide, Tony, was very knew about his plants and their medicinal qualities.
While there, a man in a wheel chair was getting VIP treatment with the tortoises.

Visited July 2014
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“Natural Setting for Wonderful Lemurs”
Reviewed July 16, 2014

With an afternoon free, we visited Lemur Park and had a wonderful time. The setting was beautiful and very natural with the river serving as a barrier on one side. It was a nice and easy walk along well maintained paths. Our guide a young woman knew all about the lemurs, chameleons, and plants. The lemurs were free range, and very visible, close and entertaining in their groups. The Coquerel's Sifaka had a baby and the Black-and-White Ruffed Lemurs were active as were the Ringtails. There were many chameleons along the way and there were many plantings showing vegetation you might not see otherwise. There was also a simple cafe (we just had a soda) and a gift shop with Malagasy crafts sold for a reasonable price. The drive from the city was nice too.

Visited November 2013
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Leigh-on Sea, United Kingdom
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“Great first taste of Madagascar”
Reviewed July 10, 2014

Loved the great guided tour by such a knowledgable guy. Lemurs abounded all over and were a delight to see. Lovely natural home for rescued animals. Well worth a visit.

Visited July 2014
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“Not to be missed whilst visiting Tana”
Reviewed June 22, 2014

We hired a car and driver for the one hour drive to the Lemurs Park from Tana. We arrived at 10am and met our guide Becol. Becol spoke excellent English and provided us with an extremely knowledgeable tour of the Park (the included the lemurs and information on the different types of plants in the park). There were nine types of lemurs in the park when we visited, and we were able to see all nine.

The tour took approximately one hour and we left with hundreds of photos of lemurs. There was no rush, and we were allowed to spend as much time as wanted taking photos.

Of course you are not allowed to touch the lemurs, as the goal of the park is return them to the wild. However they are very used to humans being around, and you can get quite close to take photographs.

It costs 20,000 ariary per adult to enter, and we then tipped our guide 10,000 ariary per person (as we were told they are not paid by the park, and rely on tips).

I'd highly recommend the Lemurs Park.

Visited June 2014
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Dyer, Indiana
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“Peaceful, educational nature walk”
Reviewed June 21, 2014

While you can't touch the animals it's interesting to watch them in a natural habitat. The surrounding countryside is also beautiful. Our guide was able to show us around and spoke good English. During the week call ahead if you plan to eat at the restaurant. The traditional food was good but limited selection. We stopped along the road and bought steamed corn and mashed corn cakes from some local women. The food was good and we were happy to be able to give the locals some business. Another interesting day in Tana.

Visited June 2014
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