Feon' Ny Ala
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
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... the central southern region of Madagascar, the park includes areas of grassland, steep canyons and sandstone formations. They are also known for their vast species of birds and many lemurs. We spotted quite a few of them, mostly the daytime ones, the Ring-Tailed Lemur & Red-Fronted Lemur. I soon noticed that the park was home to reptiles such as Acrantophis dumerili, a slightly large snake commonly known as Dumeril's Boa. Around this time we decided it best to move ...
... still had Rivo, who knows a lot and is an excellent guide. We had walked for about 5 minutes when we saw a small group of people in front of us, they where moving very quick and with excited hushed whispers. One word reached our ears, Fossa! This park does have Fossa but it is extremely rare to see, since 1982 our guide has only seen a Fossa twice in this park! For 2 weeks each October, the Fossa mate and it is the best chance of seeing ...
I got out of the airport and got a taxi who drove me to my resort. On the way there I saw the beach and lots of people and in the distance a big forest. The first day there I went to the Gym and the Spa and it was very relaxing and nice. Also that day I went to the Market and bought a lot of veges and fruit ...
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 ...
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Cool fact- 88 million years ago, this piece of land separated from India.