Andasibe-Mantadia National park
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is a protected tropical rain forest which is found in the eastern of Madagascar. This amazing destination is home to many fauna and flora including the large Indri-indri lemur, which is also known as babakoto in Malagasy language it is distinctly known for its loud sound. The park is rich in biodiversity including native species such as the great chameleon Parson, as well as rare orchids and ferns. The park has circuits which wind through dense forest, past lakes and sacred waterfall.
Here there are the following parks and reserves which are protected areas: Mantadia national park, Analamazoatra Special Reserve, VMOI reserve, vakona reserve, Mitsinjo reserve including Maromizaha reserve Andasibe is located 3 hours from Antananarivo the capital of Madagascar. This destinations is rich in many animals and plants species, highlights Mantadia national park is made up of primary forest that has never undergone by human modification still really natural. That is made it quite uncommon to come across the lemurs, birds, chameleons, and insects of all species as they still really in their wild habitats.