Domaine Nature

Address: Ranomafana, 8335 101 , Madagascar | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Ranomafana

        Long winding road to the next rainforest

        A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 05, 2015

        We were up early this morning at 6am, then breakfast at 6.30am. I was hungry - had some rice porridge. This is a common meal here, plain rice in a slightly sweet water. I liked it, no one else did! We headed off at 7am, back the way we had come, to the town. Of course, about 10 minutes into the walk it began to pour with rain. So for the next 4km, we walked along / slid along the mud. It wasn't all that fun. Many of the paths had turned into rivers and waterfalls, ...

        When the going gets tough

        A travel blog entry by andysblog on Oct 09, 2015

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        ... single bird species on Madagascar by sound alone and nothing on this day out suggested this wasn't true. The target species on this day were the Rufous-headed ground-roller and the Yellow-bellied sunbird-asity. The hunt for the ground-roller took up a lot of time. They are easy to hear: in the first hour of our trek their calls were always present, but they live, as may be surmised from forensic examination of their name, on the ...

        The long and winding road

        A travel blog entry by andysblog on Oct 08, 2015

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        ... These appallingly low figures (suggesting that there is one dentist per 150,000 people) are magnified by the desire for most of these professionals to stay in the cities rather than work in the countryside. The majority of healthcare is delivered via nurse-run clinics set up in most towns. Add to this the need to pay for medical care then the odds against the average Malagasy being able to afford, find and see ...

        Day 10 Happy birthday to us!

        A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Sep 12, 2015

        12 photos

        ... greater bamboo lemur is monogamous, these are the last in the park forever. They did introduce 3 to the park a few years ago, but they all perished because they were no longer accustomed to the high cyanide content of the bamboo. So we were very fortunate to have the opportunity to see this group of them outside the national park. There are actually 5 different family groups of them here in a small forest area- about 40 total. We saw 6, including a 2 day old baby. ...

        Day 71 Taolanaro, Madagascar

        A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Mar 25, 2015

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        Took a look out our verandah this morning and saw a beach, green hills and far away, mountains.

        We met up Rose and had to take a shuttle to the main gate. Some ports allow walking in the area, others do not, this one was the do not. The wind was really blowing around all the sand by the stalls that were set up by the main gate. We looked at everything and did not see anything that we wanted. We were approached by ...