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Perinet (Andasibe) Reserve

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3 hours East of Tana, Madagascar
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💖 love this place

We went here as part of a tour and loved it. We did a night walk outside the lark and saw tons of... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
janet g
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Ottawa, Canada
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Beautiful park

This park is called the Indri park. Indri, in Malagasy called Babakoto, is the largest 59 species... read more

Reviewed 19 February 2017
ChristianRaktondrjoa
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Antsirabe, Madagascar
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3 weeks ago
“💖 love this place ”
19 Feb 2017
“Beautiful park”
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3 hours East of Tana, Madagascar
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We went here as part of a tour and loved it. We did a night walk outside the lark and saw tons of wildlife including a variety of lemurs and chameleons. We did a daytime tour in the park and saw tons of wildlife including...More

Thank janet g
Reviewed 19 February 2017

This park is called the Indri park. Indri, in Malagasy called Babakoto, is the largest 59 species living lemurs. With its songs which can be heared up to two kilometers. They live in group. The morning, you will hear them with their song just at...More

Thank ChristianRaktondrjoa
Reviewed 5 January 2016

The place in Madagascar to see the Indri, largest of the lemurs. Bring your bugspray and be prepared for a hike through the forest. Truly stunning, and plenty of reptiles, insects, etc. to see in addition to lemurs.

Thank CheapianoZam
Reviewed 14 May 2006

Well organised nature reserve with excellent guides. Go early in the morning to get a chance to see the Indri - and hear them calling. Spectacular and moving. Expect a long walk - we took the short route as I have a bad back! Our...More

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