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Lokobe Nature Special Reserve

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Nosy Be, Madagascar
+261 32 76 733 64
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Well, well worth a visit

What a lovely day this was! We were picked up from our hotel, and driven down to the small village... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
jane-cosmic
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Bristol, United Kingdom
Lost in the wild

I've been visiting the natural reserve last week, staying in a lodge in the middle of nowhere... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2018
Jean R
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Le Gosier, Guadeloupe
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“jean robert” (4 reviews)
“small village” (6 reviews)
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Nosy Be, Madagascar
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a lovely day this was! We were picked up from our hotel, and driven down to the small village where our pirogue was awaiting us. We paddled for about an hour, and arrived at the village at the entrance to the reserve. We saw...More

1  Thank jane-cosmic
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

I've been visiting the natural reserve last week, staying in a lodge in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by magnificent trees, lots of birds, lezards, snakes, etc. The walk in the forest is very interesting as you can find losts of animals there (I recommend...More

1  Thank Jean R
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Reviewed 21 February 2018

It really was incredible to see lemurs in their natural habitat. I'd recommend that you bring a ton of water and an extra camera. It was a bit of a drive from the hotel and I had to wait for the roads to be repaired...More

Thank Mike M
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Reviewed 21 December 2017

A really special place where one can see various species of lemurs in their natural habitat; tropical vegetation; as well as prolific snakes(!). Well worth the drive ans canoe trip!

Thank Greg W
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Reviewed 18 December 2017 via mobile

Excellent place to see lemurs, snakes, and chameleons in their natural habitat. The travel to Lokobe is also fun and adventurous. Upon arrival to a small fishing village you are rowed 35 minutes in a handmade canoe where you can chose to assist rowing through...More

Thank Anthony N
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Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

Loved the trip! As everywhere in Madagascar, we had to take a guided tour to the island which provides transport and a local island guide. Its not very cheap (min $45+), however it made our life easier and it was definitely worth it. On the...More

2  Thank Pauli_Roth
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Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

A taxi would pick you up at Anjiamarango Resort and drive you to the nature reserve access point.There are no roads to the nature reserve so the locals would take you there by dugout canoe.While you are on your hike he would be busy in...More

2  Thank Warrenfredericks
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Reviewed 5 October 2017 via mobile

Practical tips: bring roll-up pants or zip off pants, tennis shoes, long sleeve shirt, lots of DEET, plastic bag, sunblock. Optional: flip flops and short sleeve shirt. Drive to edge of bay. Hike in muddy water along the coast for 30 minutes. You'll probably take...More

4  Thank krawner
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Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

This is a highly recommended day trip which takes you to Lokobe National Park via a 45 minute boat trip (in a traditional piroque). We spent c2 hours exploring the park and saw lemurs, chameleons, gekkos and even a (large!) boa constrictor. Lunch buffet was...More

2  Thank TTW103
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Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

A beautiful experience in a place where you could see everything in their natural habitat. We saw a two snake. A couple of lemurs, lots of different chameleons, interesting plants and a couple of spiders. The end of the tour led us to the beach...More

Thank 88annettes
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