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All reviews ring tailed lemurs different species natural setting gift shop king julian interesting facts hour drive worth the trip nice trip great place to visit knowledgeable guide great pictures local plants depending on traffic flora and fauna entrance fee great guide
See many variety of lemurs up close. We saw at least 5 different varieties. Nice botanical garden as well and the ambience is nice by a river and village close by. It’s a one hour tour and guide is compulsory. Ticket is around $10 usd...More
Fantastic experience to see many kinds of Lemurs freely in nature. The guide was knowledgeable and informative. It's not far from Tana. If you have limited of time but want to see Lemurs, I would recommend this place.
Nice place to escape from city noise just for 1 day. About 23 km from the city center. You can see lemures on a guided tour and learn somethong about the faune of Madagascar. Theres a small restaurant where one can eatnlocal food and there...More
These guys do a great job providing a safe and healthy environment for the lemurs. You can get up close to 6 different breeds on a guided tour. Well worth the money! Have lunch there too - it was fantastic.
To be honest we only visited this attraction because we had yet another day to spend in Antananarivo and had exhausted the few things to do in central Tana. We had spent a couple of weeks in Madagascar so had seen quite a few species...More
This visit is an absolute must. We saw six types of lemurs. The ring-tailed lemurs have babies at the moment. Our guide was knowledgeable and friendly - and he was still excited to see the lemurs dance.
You can get very close to the lemurs....More
I found myself in Tana without sufficient time to do a sidetrip to Andasibe justice, so I headed here instead for the afternoon.
As with many reviews on here, I was pleasantly surprised by the surroundings to lemurs have to live in, and the proximity...More
Well run lemur rescue centre outside of Tana. Guided walking areas where you can view 8/9/ types of lemur in their natural habitat. These have been rescued as pets from locals so it is all for a good cause.
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Yes, 1 to 3 persons its 35,000 Ariary (about US$10) each, it gets cheaper for larger groups. The very knowledgeable guide is included, although a tip of around 10-15000 Ar is expected. The tour lasted about 1.5 hours, and is... More
Yes, 1 to 3 persons its 35,000 Ariary (about US$10) each, it gets cheaper for larger groups. The very knowledgeable guide is included, although a tip of around 10-15000 Ar is expected. The tour lasted about 1.5 hours, and is excellent.