World Heritage Site, Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is famous being home to many endemic species, including 11 lemurs, of which the indri, the largest of all lemur species. Other species in the park include chameleons and tenrecs, and birdwatchers can expect to see velvet asity, blue coua, and nuthatch vanga.
The park is slightly inland and so is subject to the island’s raised topography on the central-east side, giving it a humid rainforest climate with elevations of between 800 and 1260 metres. The precipitation annually is around 1700mm, which falls on over about 210 days of the year. With a majority of paved roads to the capital city, Antananorivo makes this one of the easiest places to visit on the island.
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