Feon y Ala

Andasibe, Madagascar | 2 star lodge
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Andasibe National Park

A travel blog entry by sranmal


Day 4: Tuesday 27 Sept

The Indri is the largest of the lemurs at about a metre tall, with black-and-white markings, no tail and a teddy-bear face. It looks more like a panda than a lemur. It has very powerful back-legs which can allow it to jump 10m between trees and execute turns in mid-air. However, the most striking feature of the Indri …

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A travel blog entry by bibi078


Nous sommes logés au Feon y Ala, l'écho de la forêt, et plus précisément dans un chalet tout confort (eau chaude également) en bord du parc d'andasibe. Le cri de l'Indri-Indri est étrange. On peut l'entendre dès les lueurs du jour. Etre éveillés par ces cris est très inquiétant. Mais peu après, nous voici face à face. Il est vraiment magnifique. …


A travel blog entry by m-and-c

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Vatomandry 12th May 2008 We checked out of our little bungalow at Hotel Feon'ny Ala and started off back on the road again. This time to Vatomandary some 150km on the coast south east of Andasibe. The journey took 3 hours stopping on the way to buy goodies and bananas from a roadside stall. We learnt from Lova our driver that Vatomandry was not …


A travel blog entry by m-and-c

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Andasibe 11th May 2008 So after staying one night in Antananarivo we then headed off east of the capital in search of more wildlife especially those lovely Lemurs. Andasibe is approximately 3 hours away. By the time we actually left and then stopped at a huge modern supermarket on the way out of the capital we ended up arriving at Hotel Feon'ny Ala …

Cold Cabins

A travel blog entry by couillard


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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