Berenty Reserve reviews

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Berenty Reserve, established in 1936, only spans about 250 h (617 acres) at the southernmost point of Madagascar, along the Mandrare River. Because of the park’s proximity to water, it consists in part of gallery and riverine forest, allowing for a variety of wildlife. The reserve is one of the last remaining places in Madagascar to have gallery forest; however, th... ...

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(5/5 stars) Written on: Aug 26, 2014   |   Visited: May 2014.
I spent the month of May traveling the island of Madagascar, and there's not a day that goes by where I don't miss it! Berenty is worth the trip, even if you've only got a day or two. I flew into the small airport there. It's more expensive, but the time you save in getting there is worth it.
I loved the red soil and the multitude of lemurs. So special and magical... read more

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An excellent destination for those wishing to see lemurs up close and personal. Do not expect to see any of the big five here.
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