I have mixed feelings after visiting this reserve. Whilst I admit it was very cool to have lemurs jumping onto your shoulder, it didn't feel quite right to have these wild animals "performing" through enticement of food. You do get to see them up close but the excitement of seeing them in the wild in the National Park was better I think. However, you are assured of seeing them, which is not always certain in the National Park. As well as visiting one of the islands with lemurs, we visited a zoo area, which had crocodiles, fossa, birds and a few chameleons.
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