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Today was almost completely filled by two tours of the same Andasibe national park the home of the largest lemur on the planet, the Indri.My morning started with a beautiful breakfast from the restaurant at the hotel then it was off to my first tour at 10:30. The reason I had two tours of the same park was to experience the different wildlife active at night time. The day ...
... war I. Lake anosy is an artificial lake constructed by James Cameron who gave it the shape of a heart. In the middle of the lake there is an island connected to the city by isthmus. Once the tour had concluded I went to nosy be island where I had a ball on the kayak in the crystal clear water.
... two rocks, otherwise it was an unsuccessful trip. We did get to do some snorkelling from the boat, further out above the reef. It was the most colourful coral I’ve ever seen with hundreds of fish of all colours and sizes flitting in and out of the reef. So the fishing trip wasn’t a total waste of time.
One afternoon we set up the most picturesque cricket pitch in existence and some of the ...
The boat took us up the lakes to Tamatave which is much more built up than other places we've been visiting, so gave us a chance to charge all our gadgets and get out some cash. We went to a botanical garden where they have a few rescue lemurs as well, some in enclosures and some semi-wild in the trees. There we saw some ...
... of white sand between two lakes. This meant you could watch both the sunrise
and the sunset above the water. We
stayed in little bungalows along the beach and felt like we’d hired a private
island as there were no other guests around.
Matt went for a first dip in one of the lakes and emerged unscathed which was lucky considering we later found out that crocodiles had been spotted there. ...