Eulophiella

Address: Near Andasibe Reserve, Andasibe, Madagascar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near Andasibe Reserve, Andasibe, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEulophiella Andasibe

Reviewed by wareameye

Sweet !

Reviewed Sep 18, 2012
by (28 reviews) Chicago , United States Flag of United States

Our group stayed in the "bungalows" section of the lodge. They are very basic, but provide what we need for a true adventure experience. The hot water in each bungalow is provided by a propane tank, and if the pilot light goes out you need to summon assistance (unless you feel confident about lighting it yourself). The common elements of the lodge are great, and the food is excellent. It is a perfect place from which to stage lemur-sighting safaris!

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Travel Blogs from Andasibe

Wild tour of the capital and Lemur Island

A travel blog entry by bailey.wright on Oct 03, 2014

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Today I had an amazing tour of the awesome Lemur Island where I saw a vast range of different species of lemur, from the ring tailed lemur that's on the movie 'Madagascar ' to the golden crowned lemur. The lemurs were amazing! When they wer en't trying to steal from the tourist they either dancing ...

Lemurs and Leeches

A travel blog entry by jenny.whinney on May 30, 2014

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... to a taxi-Be, the crazy little brother of the taxi-brousse. They are mini-buses with 2 men hanging on the back to open the door and take the money from the passengers hopping on and off, often without the taxi-be stopping. To start with, we were huddled in with about 30 other people, but as people got off it became more comfortable. The two men working on the bus had a tough job, lugging huge sacks of rice and flour ...

Mantadia Natonal Park

A travel blog entry by couillard on Apr 15, 2014

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... if that is the correct translation to lemur dore. We also spotted our chameleon right next to the restaurant after breakfast. Francois and Lucie gave a few leeches a nice snack, Francois on the ankle and Lucie on the front of the shoulder and on the back of her thigh. I stopped one from getting a free meal on my arm. (I chalk it up as ...

Cold Cabins

A travel blog entry by couillard on Apr 14, 2014

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The evenings are cold and damp so we had to strip the blankets off the single bed and use them for added warmth. After a good night sleep we had an American breakfast and left to go to the National Park at 7:30. Our driver Josse, took us to the entrance to meet up with Desire who was our park guide. We purchased a two day pass (37,000.00 ariary) which was about 9.50 for Francois and I, and we all pitched in ...

Indri, Chameleons, Weevils, Frogs and Night Safari

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Apr 12, 2014

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The minibus was most ordinary in its uncomfortable status and offered little in the way of a new travel experience to either myself or Scott for the two half hour journey from Antananarivo to Moromanga. We passed through picturesque rolling hills with little villages & green rice paddies through to the bustling market town of Moromanga. Scott and I chatted the whole way and this made the journey pass very quickly.


He was from California and had ...