The Mitsinjo Reserve, Andasibe

4.2
#4 of 13 in Wildlife in Toamasina Province
Climb trees to experience a rainforest from the top, or take a guided night hike to track mouse lemurs at The Mitsinjo Reserve, a forest station for research and animal viewing. Founded in 1999, the reserve has 7 sq km (2.7 sq mi) of rainforest, where over 12 km (7.5 mi) of trails lead you to rare wildlife like indris, diademed sifakas, and tree frogs. Operating in a number of climbing spots, research expeditions welcome visitors to join them in the canopy. Sleep overnight in a hammock, or visit a tree nursery and choose your own seedling. Arrange your visit to The Mitsinjo Reserve and discover more family-friendly attractions in Andasibe using our Andasibe trip itinerary maker .
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  • Anyone who goes to Madagascar should be spending their money on this kind of community-run reserve which is working to safeguard biodiversity and provide local people with involvment and an income. We...  more »
  • Just brilliant. If you want your cash to contribute to biodiversity conservation and benefit the local community, spend some here. Our local lady guide was great.  more »
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