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Analamazaotra Special Reserve

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Large Indri Lemurs calling you

Our guide played another Indri family and the local Indri family reacted with their calls to stay... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wally A
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Melbourne, Australia
Stunning Park for Lemurs

We horoughly enjoyed our visit here. With our guides, Patrice and Terry, we saw a troop of Indri... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
peg p
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Houston, Texas
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Perinet II, Andasibe 514, Madagascar
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our guide played another Indri family and the local Indri family reacted with their calls to stay out of my area. I recorded the indri call which is amazing on my camera. THe Indris were too far up the tree that taking photos was next...More

Thank Wally A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We horoughly enjoyed our visit here. With our guides, Patrice and Terry, we saw a troop of Indri, a family of diadem sifaka, a family of brown lemur, all jumping through the trees. Very amazing! We also saw beautiful spiders, a forest crab, and the...More

Thank peg p
Reviewed 5 June 2018 via mobile

This is a very busy park so often there are multiple groups huddled under a tree looking up at lemurs. But it is worth the crowds as we saw many lemurs on our 3 hour hike.

Thank DaleySwanson
Reviewed 15 May 2018 via mobile

If you want to see more lemurs then here's the place! We also saw a family of golden cifacas and a family of indris. The indri call is amazing. I recorded it on my phone to be able to look back at it. The guides...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2018

What a great reserve this is? Beautiful rainforest and some semi well maintained walking paths. There are well defined paths to follow. We were fortunate enough to see 3 Indri Indris and several brown lemurs, sifakas and bamboo lemurs. We also saw chameleons. Nitika was...More

Thank Kerryn72
Reviewed 25 October 2017

Madagascar became extra special after spending time watching the Indris and other lemurs in Analamazaotra Special Reserve. The guide was amazing. He spotted wildlife, led us through the forest, talked wonderful English, and made our time with him very special. The Indri's calls are magical....More

Thank Karen G
Reviewed 25 October 2017

Best spot to see and hear Indri-a large Lemur species. Very beautiful and calls can be heard for up to 3km. Well worth the time to trek in this park. This park is a must do in the Andasibe area.

Thank mlpbjm
Reviewed 15 October 2017

I always like to take my time in the wild. After visiting Mantadia Primary forest the previous day, I spend 4 hour here in Analamazaotra before heading to airport in Tana. I'm amazed by the density and variety of wildlife, and our guide is very...More

Thank Pincy
Reviewed 26 September 2017

We took a 2 hours guided walk here, and just after 20 minutes of walking saw a family of two indiries with 3 months old baby. So nice to see. The guide was a female who was not very professional, maybe because she did not...More

Thank nicholas z
Reviewed 3 September 2017

This is the Indri special reserve and lives up to it's reputation. We saw 2 different groups, as well as hearing their "song". The calls carry for up to 3km, filling the forest with their territorial sound.

Thank IluvmyJRT
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Crystal248
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Response from Jingram30 | Reviewed this property |
You might be better with hiking boots because of the leeches although strong walking shoes should be ok for the terrain.
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