The beautiful island of Madagascar is a paradise for nature lovers, with an impressive variety of terrain conditions—from rainforests and mountain levels, through tropical beaches to semi-desert areas—and hundreds of species of animals.
Andasibe National Park—located east of Tana, the capital—is a beautiful park, with rainforests where ferns and orchids grow. Among the trees and tropical vegetation, you will find many species of lemurs, including the Indri, the largest lemurs in the world, with their smallest tail.
Nearby is also the private nature reserve Vakoana, where you can watch lemurs from zero range and even feed them—an unforgettable experience.
In addition, you can visit the Ranomafana Reserve, located southeast of Madagascar. It is a beautiful park with rainforests, a flowing river, and waterfalls. It is one of the best reserves in Madagascar for viewing lemurs. One of the special experiences the reserve provides is a night tour following the various animals.
Another reserve in the south of the country is the Isalo Reserve. It is one of the most popular reserves in Madagascar, thanks to its diverse surface area and the large variety of animals. This is a paradise for nature and landscape lovers.