Day 3 (August 9)
Analamasaotra National Park and Wakona Island private reserve.
Accompanied by the local ranger, we will explore the amazing nature of this sanctuary, which is covered by the forest typical for the eastern part of Madagascar. There are many endemic animals in this rainforest. Biodiversity is overwhelming. We will search and take pictures of Indri, which is the largest lemur on earth. This is an amazing and photogenic animal. Our guide will tell us all about its habits and lifestyle.
Many other interesting species inhabit here as well, such as the Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus), the Wool Lemur (Avahi Laninger) and others.
Flora is very interesting too.
This day we will have a lunch in a local restaurant.
In the evening, we are visiting the Wakona private sanctuary. Here we will have a chance to communicate with various representatives of the local fauna, take pictures of crocodiles and even pet lemurs in their natural habitat.