This park is about half an hour north of Tomatve at the end of a bumpy dirt road. I much prefer to see Lemurs in the wild, and many of the Lemurs here are in cages. But the NGO funding the park is conservation minded and is trying to save some of the species that are critically endangered. There are also some captice chameleon, too. Our guide was knowledgeable and eager to share information. There are some Lemurs roaming free in the area, but as I visited on a rainy day I did not see any. In sum, not the best place to see Lemurs, but if you are in Tomatave, have the time, and have not seen Lemurs, it is worth the trip.
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