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Guided walks in Ranomafana National Park
Ranomafana is one of Madagascar's finest tracts of primary rainforest. The park was established in 1991 to protect the golden bamboo lemur which is endemic to this area, following its "discovery" by Dr. Patricia Wright after it was thought to be extinct.
A guided walk in this forest with your private local guide is a real treat. The park itself is gorgeous, with waterfalls and picturesque streams and rivers following through the park. It is also a fabulous destination for wildlife, with at least 12 lemur species present.
Endemic reptiles, frogs, birds, and invertebrates can also be found, and it is reputedly one of the best places to see the giraffe-necked weevil. Ranomafana's montane rainforest covers a 41,600 hectare area ranging from 600 metres to 1,400 metres in altitude. There is an extensive system of trails and paths that can be used to see the park with ease.
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