Feon'ny Ala, Andasibe National Park (Perinet), Madagascar
Feon'ny Ala is a Chinese owned hotel situated at the edge of Perinet Reserve. It has basic A-framed bungalows with very plain en suite bathrooms.
Whilst simple it offers value for money and is a good choice for serious nature lovers due to the fact that it is located at a good starting point for night walks which are very popular. In the morning listen out for the call of the Indris in the nearby forest whilst sitting out on the wooden terrace.
Please note as the lodge is basic and at altitude it can get very cold in the winter - it's therefore a good idea to come well prepared.
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Despite the National Parks and the Perinet Reserve being closed in the evenings it is still possible to see some of the nocturnal species by means of a night walk, accompanied by a local guide.
The main draw to the Perinet Reserve is the chance of seeing and hearing the indri, the largest surviving lemur species. The indris are only found in this national park.
There are four species to see at Lemur Island, including the bamboo lemur, the black & white ruffed lemur, brown lemur and one diademed sifaka.