This was a fun experience and opportunity to get up close to three varieties of lemur. The Brown lemurs jump on you and are very engaging and gentle! The lemurs are all being rehabilitated - many had been pets so are being given a new life. There are 5 islands with varying degrees of human interaction. Breeding is encouraged and the lemurs are surrounded by water (they don't swim) so are safe from predators. This would be great for kids I think.... I did prefer seeing them in the wild but it was also nice to get up close. We saw brown lemurs, bamboo lemurs and white and black ruffed lemurs on island 1. That's the only one tourists visit.
The nearby 'zoo' was better than I had envisaged- the crocodiles have a reasonable enclosure but the fossa and other animals are caged. It was the only place we got to see a fossa.
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