Grace Lodge

Address: Andasibe, Madagascar | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Andasibe

    All the lemurs

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Nov 01, 2015

    ... a nature reserve. Here we went for a walk in the forest to spot lemurs. It didn't take long before we found a whole family of brown lemurs - the most common ones found here. They were cute and fluffy, with bright orange eyes. One had a baby too. After we had climbed a bit of a hill, there were three more - dancing lemurs. These were bright orange and white, leaping between branches! Next up - loads of chameleons! We saw so many varieties, including some baby ones. ...

    Lemur ecstasy

    A travel blog entry by sallykhen on Oct 18, 2015

    9 photos

    ... us to Analamazaotra Reserve.

    I could attempt to describe how thrilling it is to see lemurs in their native habitat, but it would fall short so instead I've put together a short montage of some of our lemur sightings at Andasibe-Mantadia National Park. Lisa had to pull me away from the sifakas leaping from branch to branch. She said I'd also love the indri, which I did, but they were too far away to photograph.

    After ...

    Into the forest we go

    A travel blog entry by sallykhen on Oct 17, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... and bug spray, hats on head, gaiters on legs, walking sticks in hand, we loaded into the jeeps for a long and bumpy trip to Mantadia National Park. The park on the right-hand side of the jeeps is protected, but on the left side, there is ample deforestation. Dramamine was recommended for yesterday's trip, but it would have been useful for this journey as well.

    Several months prior to our trip, Road ...

    Chameleons, Lemurs and Leeches are near!

    A travel blog entry by sallykhen on Oct 16, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... then shaped, baked, and stacked. The soil is red from high iron content. From the air one sees rivers running red, and tremendous deforestation for agriculture. Madagascar is an extremely poor country, most people eking out a meager existence on a small plot of land, raising rice, beans, and cassava as chief staples of their diets. Eucalyptus, a non-native plant from Australia, grows quickly so is ...

    Say Yes To Adventure

    A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Aug 27, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... the travelpod website and click "Get email updates." It is listed directly below "add as favorite" which you are also going to want to do. I have a snippit of the website on here to show what I am talking about, so there should be a picture around here somewhere. The actual link might even be on the right hand column. How easy is that? See, I told you this website was going to be great for all of us!