Setam Lodge

Address: 56, Avenue du 26 Juin, Ranomafana, Madagascar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 56, Avenue du 26 Juin, Ranomafana, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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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

    ... a lot of wading through. The bus was parked by a large church. It had taken an hour to get here and we were all completely soaked through. We drove back to Antsirabe and into Shop Rite. The African supermarket. I remember these from Zambia! I picked up a new tree of bananas and a couple of mangos. So much cheaper here - only 10p per mango! Much more reasonable! I was still soaking and freezing. Luckily I had some spare clothes inside the bus (big bags were on ...

    All the lemurs

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 01, 2015

    ... of them, stick insects, small tree frogs, chameleons, brown frogs, spiders.... But the hardest thing to spot - mouse lemurs. Rare. And tiny. They weigh 50g. Even still, he spotted three of them! They were cute. Running along the branches. Just after we spotted those, it began to pour. So we headed back! We had been out for 2 hours! Dinner time! Tonight I had a plate of vegetables and beans. Was good! All for 80p. Monday 2 November 2015 Up and out by 8am, off into ...

    Into the forest we go

    A travel blog entry by sallykhen on Oct 17, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... a truly rare sighting. Lisa said that she had only seen fossa at the zoo, they are the only natural predator of lemurs. We also had the great and rare privilege of seeing fossa up in a tree. This is mating season, and indeed, two fossa were mating. Another hale and hearty male was a few branches away, waiting for his chance, we do not know. The indri sounded alarms through the forest of their presence. And we saw ...

    Chameleons, Lemurs and Leeches are near!

    A travel blog entry by sallykhen on Oct 16, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... converted to agricultural products. Roadside markets dot the landscape with lots of mangoes, bananas, papaya and nuts. We stopped to watch some black herons who spread out their wings to block the glare from the sun so they can see the shadows of fish swimming over their yellow feet, a behavior known as mantling or more commonly umbrellaing.

    We also stopped at Peyreras Reserve, where we ...

    When the going gets tough

    A travel blog entry by andysblog on Oct 09, 2015

    7 photos

    ... the undergrowth, beneath a thick layer of shrub and runners and vines. Visibility is limited at the best of times as the light levels on the ground are quite low and the distance one can actually see is severely limited by the sheer mass of vegetation. Our guide found a ground-roller, tracked into the forest to find a better view, became more and more exasperated as 3 clumsy westerners stumbled and crawled through the undergrowth, ...