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Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park

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Baobabs and Lemurs, small park

a small park just across where we stopt on our way to Tulear. There are a lot of guides in front of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Anouk R
Best, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands
Convenient National Park to See Lemurs & Baobab Trees

Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park is a small park right along RN7 going to city of Toliara on SW... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2018
Jack M
Tallahassee, Florida
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

a small park just across where we stopt on our way to Tulear. There are a lot of guides in front of the park, but make sure you go to the park office first (and that one is on the other side of the road)...More

Thank Anouk R
Reviewed 26 June 2018

Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park is a small park right along RN7 going to city of Toliara on SW coast of Madagascar. This small forest national park is what remains of the once much larger forest cut down over the years. It is flat land with easy...More

Thank Jack M
Reviewed 19 April 2018

We spent a couple of hrs here exploring. Lemurs and chameleons were the highlight. Walk was easy and shady. Not too difficult at all. Main lemur we saw were the sifakas. Lots of bugs here, take bug spray! An enjoyable visit- worth having a guide.

Thank Kerryn72
Reviewed 7 January 2017

Zombitse–Vohibasia National Park is wonderful. It surprised me right away with a couple of giant couas walking under the trees. My guide and his assistant, a lovely young girl, were very friendly, knowledgeable and helping, and made my short visit to Zombitse extremely enjoyable. Unfortunately,...More

1  Thank Maria_the_Snorkeler
Reviewed 8 October 2016

We loved our 2 hours in Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park, and wish that we could have stayed longer. This is a small park with easy to manage trails (one member of our party was on crutches but he was able to participate in our hike). This...More

Thank reptileenthusiast
Reviewed 6 September 2016

The Park is farly flat so walking easier that usual. The Sifaka cooperated and phtography was fun. We also saw the nocturnal Hubbard's sportive lemors as well as birds and Boabab trees

Thank PGIT
Reviewed 31 December 2015

A wonderful national park situated between Tulear and Isalo. The local guides are fantastic in locating endemic birds and lemurs. The only place to find the Apperts tetraka

Thank drchristo4
Reviewed 2 November 2015

We made a stop at this dry forest reserve and were pleasantly surprised by our high level of satisfaction with this park. This was often not the case with some of the other parks we visited during our 25 day trip to Madagascar. The walk...More

2  Thank Sarracenia
Reviewed 20 December 2014

In between Isalo N.P. and Tulear there is a rather unknown National Park where the biotope from the Deep South meets the vegetation of the highlands. There are many endemic and even local endemic birds to watch and the guides are friendly and patient. It’s...More

Thank madagaskartouren
Reviewed 17 November 2014

We stopped here en route from Isalo to Tulear. As we are not avid birders and had already been to several other national parks to see lemurs, so this was not a highlight of our trip but was an enjoyable short (1 hour) stop. We...More

Thank stephandgio_m
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