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Andasibe-Mantadia National Park (Reserve of Perinet)

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| 3 hours East of Tana, Andasibe, Madagascar
+261 33 02 535 37
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| 3 hours East of Tana, Andasibe, Madagascar
+261 33 02 535 37
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Reviewed yesterday

Spent 3 nights at the Andasibe Hotel with our guide from Za Tours. Visited Andasibe National Park on the first day and Mantadia on the second. Also a couple of local night walks and visited the Orchid Park (countless varieties but none in bloom -...More

Thank John M
Reviewed yesterday

No wonder this park is so popular which is the only downside. We saw 3 or types of lemurs and half a dozen different types of birds and insects. My favourite was a tiny giraffe beetle which I had seen in wildlife films. We were...More

Thank Ross B
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is probably the best national park we visited in Madagascar, and certainly the best rainforest park. Wear long pants, not because of leeches (the reason or guide gave us), but because you will likely do some bushwhacking to see lemurs. The guides are excellent,...More

Thank KevinB229
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was our introduction to wild life in Madagascar and it was amazing. Paths were relatively easy and we saw lemurs, chameleons etc. for the first time in their own habitat.

Thank DavidMay1945
Reviewed 1 week ago

Many trails to choose from. You have to have a guide. Ours was very knowledgeable. We were lucky to see a number of different lemurs, most within a reasonably close distance.

Thank Greg B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were amazed at the undeveloped nature of this park. The roads in made the forest service roads back in Colorado look like super highways. A local guide is mandatory. We had John. I sure wish I had gotten his last name as he was...More

Thank Kurt G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was one of only a few areas in Madagascar with Primary Rain Forest still intact. We came to see endemic plants and animals and were not disappointed. Our local guide, Suholy, was able to help us spot 6 different species of lemurs including the...More

Thank IluvmyJRT
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

How spine thrilling to hear the call of the Indri echoing around the forest. Watching the indri and the diadem sifakas together was moving and wonderful. Less so were the antics of some humans shaking their tree and trying to climb up it until one...More

1  Thank Kathy E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We saw brown lemurs, bamboo lemurs, indri, sifakas, many types of chameleons, birds and tiny frogs. The local guides were great at spotting the animals. they also had recordings of animal calls on their mobile phones which helped attract the animals. It is quite a...More

Thank Mitra812
Reviewed 17 August 2017

Andasibe - Mantadia Nationalpark, only 150 km, about 3 hrs drive eastwards from the capital of Madagascar is one of the most visited National Parks in Madagascar. It is the home of the largest living lemur in the world, the Indri Indri. Naturally there are...More

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Response from ThreeDugongs | Reviewed this property |
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monica d
9 March 2017|
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Response from tahiaana |
The entrance fee for adult is 45 000 ariary (local money) and 25 000 ariary for child. The local guiding fee is 60 000 ariary per 4 persons
alexis h
8 January 2017|
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Response from dhanraj b | Reviewed this property |
when you check in the hotel you are going to stay in Tana tell the receptionist you wish to visit this park they can arrange private car to take your there and tell them you want a car who is authorise to go to the... More