Ankarafantsika National Park reviews


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In 2002, two parks bisected by the NR 4 highway in the Boina region of Madagascar were combined into what is now known as Ankarafantsika National Park. Spread on a surface of almost 1,350 km², Ankarafantsika’s dense, dry forests and numerous lakes are the sanctuary of various highly endemic flora and fauna. The park is closest to the city of Majunga (115 km or 0.62... ...

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(4/5 stars) Written on: Aug 06, 2013   |   Visited: Dec 2010.
Although not as off-the-map as Ankarana (for reasons I cannot fathom), Ankarafantsika is a goldmine of lemurs and countless other creatures that you would NEVER see if not for your brilliant guide with superhuman powers of animal-finding.
One of the main draws here are the diverse landscapes.
You walk through a shaded forest with a network of broad paths littered... read more

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Safari suitability: 6 / 10
Not a typical safari destination, but the only place to see the greater big-footed mouse
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