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Andasibe-Mantadia National Park (Reserve of Perinet)

#1 of 5 things to do in Andasibe Features Animals
| 3 hours East of Tana, Andasibe, Madagascar
+261 33 02 535 37
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| 3 hours East of Tana, Andasibe, Madagascar
+261 33 02 535 37
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Reviewed yesterday

Andasibe - Mantadia Nationalpark, only 150 km, about 3 hrs drive eastwards from the capital of Madagascar is one of the most visited National Parks in Madagascar. It is the home of the largest living lemur in the world, the Indri Indri. Naturally there are...More

Thank Sniezana
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is one of the most easily accessible places in Madagascar. It's a 20-30-minute walk from the main road where all taxi-brousses between Antananarivo and Tamatave can drop you. There is the main national park,the Mitsinjo Reserve managed by an association and the village forest....More

Thank Prajwal M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a nice park with plenty of lemur (diademed sifaka, the indri of course, bamboo etc) and other wildlife and so you are pretty much guaranteed sightings. Sadly you are also pretty much guaranteed to have to share them with a large population of...More

1  Thank Caroline S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The ‘visit’, as described in our travel agent's itinerary, was quite a strenuous 3h hike partially off the beaten track into the thick, wet (it had extensively rained the previous night) and therefore slippery underwood of the rain forest to find and watch the lemurs...More

Thank Ulrich M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Andasibe-Mantadia is a must-see when visiting Madagascar. It is easy to access from the capital even if you have only limited time to spend in the country. The national park consists of two parts: a primary rain forest (Mantadia) and a secondary rain forest (Analamazaotra),...More

1  Thank Unelma333
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We really enjoyed our time in this park; the hiking was mostly easy, though our route did involve some steep climbs (manageable); we frequently heard the indri calls and as it got sunny, we got to see them several times, once very close. We also...More

Thank Tyche75
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Local Tour Guide Roger Razafitsiresy was recommended to me by a friend who went to Madagascar 2 years ago. What makes him a standout guide (apart from finding me every daytime lemur in the park) for me is the way he quietly got the best...More

3  Thank work4travel2013
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you get the choice, Mantadia is much better than Andasibe. It has unspoilt rainforest with very few other tourists. We got very close to some Sifaka's there. The park feels like unspoilt rainforest. Andasibe is also very good, but has a different feel. It...More

Thank Luke A
Reviewed 12 July 2017

The main reason to visit Andasibe-Mantadia NP are indris, the largest lemurs in Madagascar. They could be spotted practically only here. The probability to see them is high and probability to hear them is 100%! And differently to other, more popular lemurs, indri are really...More

Thank Michalja2013
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Interesting place, good wildlife spotting, informative guides. We saw all of the main species for this area and the night trek to see the nocturnal species is well worth trying.

Thank Alison F
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10 March 2017|
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Response from tahiaana |
The entrance fee for adult is 45 000 ariary (local money) and 25 000 ariary for child. The local guiding fee is 60 000 ariary per 4 persons
alexis h
9 January 2017|
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Response from dhanraj b | Reviewed this property |
when you check in the hotel you are going to stay in Tana tell the receptionist you wish to visit this park they can arrange private car to take your there and tell them you want a car who is authorise to go to the... More