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Soda lake with flamingos

National park way off the beaten path. Arrive here via 1 hour motorboat from Tulare, then 1.5 hour... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2017
krawner
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Chicago, Illinois
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Magnificent baobabs, banyan trees, caves, blind fish, lemurs, radiated tortoise, flamingo, etc.: just one big WOW!

The trip to Tsimanampesotsa National Park was a terrific experience! Birdwatching started on the... read more

Reviewed 11 January 2017
Maria_the_Snorkeler
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Moscow, Russia
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Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

National park way off the beaten path. Arrive here via 1 hour motorboat from Tulare, then 1.5 hour 4x4 drive. 15km soda lake reminiscent of a watercolor painting with pastel pinks, greens, and blues. 2 types of flamingos. Ring-tailed lemurs, as seen in the movie...More

1  Thank krawner
Reviewed 11 January 2017

The trip to Tsimanampesotsa National Park was a terrific experience! Birdwatching started on the way from Lalandaka (Anakao) to Tsimanampesotsa when our local driver stopped midway to help an Italian family with a car problem and my Malagasy guide Parany and I went out to...More

3  Thank Maria_the_Snorkeler
Reviewed 26 April 2016

Nearly 80% of the birds species you find in the dry decidious forest, swamp and bushes are found easily at Tsimanapetso. The Lake is full of birds and even the rarest waterbirds one like the Red-knobbed Coot, Madagascar Sandgrouse for example. The dry forest contains...More

3  Thank Manda R
Reviewed 25 September 2014

We went to this park on the last part of our stay in Madagascar and this turned out to be our favourite. It is not an easy park to get too but the effort is well worth it. Our guide Jackie was very good and...More

4  Thank julieeknight
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