Country : Madagascar
Andohahela National park lies at a distance of 40km from Fort Dauphin that preserves an abundance of flora and fauna of Madagascar. Earlier, the park was not open for public tourism but later around 1998, it has become a measure site for wildlife excursion. Talking about the wildlife preserved in Andohahela, there is a rich diversity of flora and fauna. The habitat here houses around 13 species of lemurs that include diurnal species Verreaux's Sifaka, collared brown lemur, ring-tailed lemur or Southern Lesser bamboo lemur. Apart from housing the lemurs, there is a variety of birds and reptiles. The geckos, turtles and snakes with other 67 species of reptiles are preserved here at Andohahela National park. It’s the ecosystem of Andohahela National park that makes it a versatile land for the wilderness where one can discover amphibians along with thousands of plants. From the endemic species of trihedral palm, the octopus tree, the traveller tree ravinala, and the dwarf baobab more than 90 per cent of the plant there are of medicinal use. Andohahela National Park offers a number of adventure activities for a thrilling vacation. Get along the premises with bicycle tour discovering the vegetation, the forest region and the bushes. Hike to explore the circuit of Malio, descending to Talakifeno and all the attraction falling in the wild region of Andohahela National Park.
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