Open Yourself in the Serendipitous Madagascar

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Parc National de Ranomafana has an unmatched bounty under its belt- the hot springs, however, they are better known for being packed to the brim with lemur. Begin your expedition at dawn in quest of seeing herds of lemurs. After that take the rickety bridge which passes over a small yet growling river to find a little room swayed with hot tubs. You will start recollecting yourself as soon as you plunge in the hot waters. Base yourself at the rustic La Palmerie hotel, as it would be easier for you to explore nearby territories and not to mention you will also be able to savor the legendary chocolate dipped banana crepes which are the specialty of the place.

Serendipity on a Lakeside Safari

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By camping at Badro at Lake Alaotra, you can conveniently voyage the island’s largest lake in a dugout boat and get awe-stricken by the alluring scenic beauty. Alternatively, take a guided tour deep into the woods, which looks like a fantasy land where papyrus frolic around you and the lemurs never fail to stun you. The camp has two villas set in beautiful orchid of roses and serves delightful food three times a day. The offerings also include a bucket shower and voyage tour of the lake every morning.

Embrace the Charm of Nature’s Concealed Jewels

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The Andasibe’s rich rainforest are blemished with four luminescent green rainforests, so irrespective of where you choose to base yourself, you are prone to hear the uncanny call of Indri – The island’s biggest surviving species of lemur. Peer through the dense rainforests and look up to spot the massive monochrome creature jumping from trees to trees. Along your way you will also see many Parson’s chameleon trying to hide in their habitats. Take a night walk in the relatively less inhibited Mitsinjo forest to hear the melodious croaking of frogs.

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