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Ankarafantsika National Park

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Day and night check them both out

Our visit was to stay at the Blue Ganga lodge and then walk around the lake during the day and at... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2018
rod_heather
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Melbourne, Australia
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Very nice to see in this country

after what we saw south, this was a relief. proper cared property. nice animals, looks good, calm... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2018
verafarmega
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Calgary, Canada
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Boeny Region of Madagascar | The closest city is Majunga 115 km north of the park, Mahajanga 401, Madagascar
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Reviewed yesterday

such a beautiful walk and experience , we where so so surprise of the beauty the scenery of the little canyon we have been to

Thank Tristan P
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The sifikas hang out at the information desk. Yes, if you are into birding, go for a hike, but for the lemurs, just stay there. Early morning and afternoon they come and eat the flowers on the trees.

Thank Climber784496
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have already visited Ankarafantsika twice (see my detailed 2016 review) and loved it. During this visit to Madagascar I also went there twice and liked it even more. During my second visit I was once again extremely lucky with the local naturalist guide. This...More

Thank Maria_the_Snorkeler
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

Our visit was to stay at the Blue Ganga lodge and then walk around the lake during the day and at night to walk a road path as you cannot enter the national parks at night. Our guide, there is one with you at each...More

Thank rod_heather
Reviewed 14 May 2018

after what we saw south, this was a relief. proper cared property. nice animals, looks good, calm and cool, forest, silent and can hear the birds. recommend.

Thank verafarmega
Reviewed 28 November 2017

Ankarafantsika is an essential place to go on a wildlife tour, the best place to see Van Dam's Vanga, White-breasted Mesite and the wonderful Schlegel's Asity. The local guides should be able to facilitate these for you, and the Coquerel's Sifakas are easy to see...More

Thank oreornis
Reviewed 24 October 2017

The birding here was great. Also some lemurs and many reptiles. Had a couple of lovely walks in the dry forest with our very good guide. Restaurant was a bit pricey but the food was good.

1  Thank diane_rains
Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

This park is MASSIVE and takes about 2 hours to drive to from Mahjanga. There is a Restaurant Thi LAN at the entrance which was perfect before our hike, and a family of white lemurs that were fun to see jump around. If possible, reserve...More

1  Thank Malcolm B
Reviewed 7 August 2017

I travelled to Ankarafantsika National Park from Nosy Be with a friend. We found it a little tricky working out how to get there from internet research, but it is actually very simply. We took a boat from Nosy Be to Ankify, a taxi costing...More

1  Thank EllaShadow
Reviewed 9 June 2017

Fun park. I came with two friends and my driver-guide/boyfriend at the time. We stayed for a couple of days. Visited on foot and took a boat trip.

Thank travel_giraffe_2017
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