Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park

Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park

Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park
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Thomas G
Amsterdam, Nederland1 818 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2023 • Venner
This is a national park that you can easily visit as a day trip from Ranohira or on the road from Ifaty to Isalo or the other way around. The hiking trails are very easy and you can find Verreaux's sifaka and when very lucky ring-tailed lemurs, Zombitse sportive lemurs, and red-fronted brown lemurs, but the best here is the great birding. You can find couas, owls, hoopoes, vangas and many more! This is a great place to find as much birds as possible. Nature itself is not very interesting except the wildlife.
Skrevet 20. februar 2024
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DanyEarth
Paris, Frankrike32 427 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2023 • Venner
Le parc de Zombitse , se situe avant d'arriver à Sakaraha sur la RN7 en direction de Toliara . Il est dans la zone ethnique des Baras . Il est constitué d'une forêt tertiaire que l'on voit poindre en arrivant par la RN7 et qui a une lisière très marquée après une plaine d'herbes et de plantes assez rases . Le parcours fait 2km et serpente sur un terrain quasi plat oû le guide nous montre quelques plantes endémiques comme les aloès , des pandanus malagasy  . Mais la spécificité de ce parc , est la diversité des oiseaux et des lémuriens , dont certaines espèces sont menacées . Il faut avancer  lentement et sans faire de bruit pour avoir la chance de découvrir certaines espèces comme le propithèque de Vereaux, acrobate , facile à observer . Beaucoup moins aisé à voir , est le petit lémur ( Lepilemur Ruficaudatus ou Sportiv' Lemur ), qui se blottit dans un creux de tronc d'arbre et a des yeux très brillants . Puis nous levons la tête, pour distinguer un groupe de propithèques Veroxi Sifaka ,qui mangent des fruits et qui pratiquent un peu d' acrobatie pour y arriver . Un gecko gris tacheté de vert , ( Phelsuma Standingi ) ,descend de son arbre avec précaution . Puis , toujours en marchant , le guide nous montre un petit oiseau au pelage marron clair perché sur une branche , c'est le " Vanga " ( Calicalicus Madagascariensis ) .
Une clairière nous apparait avec ses deux baobabs collés , qui ont déjà plus de 400 ans de vie commune !! . Des superbes fleurs rouges en forme de liseron ( Campis Radicans ) , décorent la clairière et le guide ne sait pas me dire leur nom !! Etrange ... pour terminer cette revue de détails , nous apercevons le " coua " ( Coua Gigas ) à la tête polychrome rayée de mauve et de gris . Il ne semble pas farouche même s'il est au milieu de la végétation. A la faveur de ce petit périple , j'ai aussi eu l'occasion de revoir mes papillons préférés de Madagascar, dont le grand " Papilio Dardanus Meriones " au vol majesteux puis le petit coloré de rouge " Acraea Igati Igati " et le très planant " Aterica Rabena " .
Cette visite dure à peu prés 1h30 ,et nous n'avons pas vu le temps passer .
Skrevet 16. mai 2023
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Rainforests & Rollercoasters
london - uk1 281 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2019
Its a very small park off the side of the main road but we thoroughly enjoyed our visit. As soon as we entered the park we saw Sifaka lemurs, out guide took us off the path and we were walking through the trees and forest following the lemurs. The guides and spotters were knowledgeable and passionate.

After our walk through the park we crossed the road to see the brown owl that lives on the other side. There is a picnic area a couple minutes drive into the forest & we sat there for lunch and enjoyed the picnic bits we bought from the supermarket at the start of the day.

In total we saw Sifaka lemurs, sportive lemur, 2 x chameleons, white browed owl, giant coua bird, vasa parrot.
Skrevet 29. april 2020
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IngridRob2013
Breda, Nederland334 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2019
De moeite waard om hier een stop te maken als je van Isalo naar Ifaty gaat. Het ligt direct aan de weg, dus je kunt het niet missen. Hier zie je de verraux sifaka's! En de eerste Baobabs als je vanuit Antananrivo meteen naar beneden bent afgezakt.
Skrevet 5. januar 2020
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huys25
Amsterdam, Nederland11 386 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2019
On the way to Toliara we visited this small, but well kept park. Parking along the road. The walk with guide took about one hour in which we saw some lemurs and sifakas. Also a few large Baobabs and an owl in a tree on the other side of the road. Overall little impressive if you have visited more parks. On the other hand bird life seems to be interesting here. Maintaining these parks is very important as all around the park all land is deforested and burned down, a desolate bare area.
Skrevet 17. november 2019
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Katrien S
Ghent, Belgia1 951 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2019
This park is split in 2 by the national road to Ifaty, which in itself is a very sad, as regularly sifakas are run over. However, it does allow you to see how bad deforestation has been, as it is the only small piece of forest left in this part of Madagascar. The park, only one half can be visited, is rather small. We were a bit too late on a hot morning, so only saw the sifakas sleeping high up in a tree. We also saw the eyes of the mouse lemur after which the park is named. But we did see quite a few chameleons, and the guide was pretty good and helpful. Limited knowledge of English.
Skrevet 14. november 2019
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SJM
Dubai, De forente arabiske emirater624 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2019
This is a small forest on the way from Isalo to Ifaty. It's an easy walk but as its less visited you are almost on your own - which is a different experience I had compared to some of the larger parks. We had some good sightings here of some of the nocturnal lemurs, as well as some undisturbed time with a family of Sifakas. There are some baobabs in the forest too as well as the colourful Geckos. Worth a visit .
Skrevet 18. september 2019
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Daisy
3 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2019 • Familie
We stopped off here on our way from Ifaty to Isalo, for a couple of hours. This is very easy to do as the park is right on the main road, and it is worth stopping for.
There is an area away from the road where you can sit to eat if you have brought food with you, so this is a great place to break your journey. We were only there for a couple of hours but saw a family of day-active Sifaka lemurs (including a baby), and at least 3 nocturnal sportive lemurs sleeping in different places. We also saw various other animals, including owls (and other birds), chameleons and geckos. The walking itself was not hard, as it was generally fairly flat and there are paths that you can stick to, or you can go deeper into the forest with your guide to see some of the animals, if appropriate.
Our guide and spotter were both very nice women, and found lots of animals for us to see, even during a short visit. They were knowledgeable about the animals and plants / trees, and were able to share this with us in English (the primary languages in Madagascar are Malagasy and French).
This area of national park really needs to continue being protected, as it is home to many plants and animals (as we saw on our walk there), including some that are endemic to only that area. So if you are able to visit here we would definitely recommend it, not only for the animals you see (there are likely to be plenty), but also for those you help protect by helping to reinforce the need for it to remain protected by visiting.
Skrevet 17. september 2019
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Las Buganvillas
Cartagena, Colombia903 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2019
This small park only requires about an hour tour and if you guide is good, you are almost guaranteed to see large numbers of arguably the most beautiful cuddly white lemurs in Madagascar - sifaka. Instead of endlessly waiting for the perfect photo, it is good to spend quite a bit of time watching them eating and jumping form tree to tree and tending their babies.
There are also some interesting baobabs in the park and the guide will also be able to pint out at large chameleons and night lemurs that look curiously like larger cousins of Bohol´s Tarsier.
Skrevet 14. september 2019
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Maik F
Köln, Tyskland339 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2019 • Par
We stopped here for a 2 hours tour and found it very nice. Spotted some Lemurs and saw Baobab trees. It is worth stopping by when you pass here
Skrevet 26. juli 2019
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