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    Arlo Hemphill
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    5 Aug 23, 2013

    Fantastic, other-worldly forest that's easily accessible from Tana. Seeing the indri and hearing their ghostly calls was perhaps the highlight, but I equally enjoyed seeing all of the various chameleons, other lemur species, and having the first hand lemur contact at Lemur Island. My only complaint is that I feel like I only scratched the surface of this place. I could spend years exploring it's diversity and wild places!

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    Marco Madatrotter
    5 May 24, 2013

    Best place

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As one of Madagascar's most visited protected areas, Andasibe-Mantadia covers 155 square kilometres of primary growth forest in the Alaotra-Mangoro Region in eastern Madagascar. Wet and humid, at an altitude of 900-1250 meters, the rainforest here more from

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Aliases: Parc national d'Andasibe-Mantadia, Perinet