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Lemurs' Park

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Route Nationale n_1, PK 22, Katsaoka Imerintsiatosika | Route d'Ampefy, Antananarivo 101, Madagascar
+261 33 11 252 59
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were reluctant to go there, but we did not regret. Although the lemurs live on an island and can not leave its nothing like a zoo. The lemurs were curious and friendly. We did al nice short walk around the island and met some...More

Thank Eric1814
Reviewed 5 July 2018

This was wonderful time we spend with a group of friends there. We saile with catamaran, we visit Lemur park - we recomend to everybody

Thank krzysztofwojtas
Reviewed 23 June 2018

A great experience! These lemurs are wild and they come and go in and out of the park. They are not confined! It's a great way to see the lemurs in their natural habitat! You would enjoy this stop. Bring comfortable walking shoes!

Thank Happy H
Reviewed 18 June 2018

I had a great tour with all the different types of lemurs. They're my new favorite animal and I'm so glad I went. Thank you!

Thank Benjamin B
Reviewed 12 June 2018

The first time to see Lemur, you can really know 6 different lemurs in the park closely. It is amazing once see those lemurs living in the area, must go in Madagascar.

Reviewed 11 June 2018

Not a zoo,these lemurs live in a large natural environment but have no fear of humans.See several species close to.Great day out including a nice restaurant.

1  Thank Roger H
Reviewed 4 June 2018

We had a great visit and learned so much about the lemurs and plants of Madagascar. Our guide was a wealth lf knowledge and very pleasant. Only a hour drive from downtown Tana, the lemurs are rescued and taken very good care of, not too...More

Thank rebecca m
Reviewed 29 May 2018

We got a detailed guided tour and we saw many kind of animals, but I expected a bigger experience. It is worth it to go because it is not like this in the neighborhood.

1  Thank Agnes H
Reviewed 24 May 2018

Looking for a day excursion from Tana, we decided to visit this park as they claimed to be a a sanctuary for confiscated pet lemurs but after my visit I’m not so sure this is actually true as the guide mentioned that they sometimes trade...More

Thank KayX108
Reviewed 18 May 2018

Wanted to get an introduction to Lemurs my first day in Madagascar. Didn’t research and had my hotel book a private car to take me out to the Lemur’s Park. It cost me 160,000 MGA or about $64 US. This did not include the 35,000...More

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Response from rebecca m | Reviewed this property |
Actually the price is not bad, it is along way there and back and you have Tana traffic, It is a nice place to visit and not all commercialized we really enjoyed it and learned alot
15 April 2018|
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Response from cairorob | Reviewed this property |
No, I don't think so. Just show up. Might be busier on weekends but I think there's always a guide. We went in the morning, so maybe that's another consider.
19 August 2016|
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Response from Mada-Wendy | Reviewed this property |
Lemur parc is just outside Antananarivo, the capital. Lemur island is a little reserve owned by Vakona Hotel in Andasibe. That is a 3 hour drive from the capital.