Located 6 km southwest of the seaside resort of Foulpointe, the special reserve of Analalava is one of the places not to be missed during your stay in Madagascar.
The site contains a large number of exceptional flora and fauna species. It contributes to the enhancement and conservation of the local biodiversity.
On an area of 229 ha, the reserve has 5 different types of vegetation and more than 350 floristic species (12 locally endemic species, 26 species of endangered palms, etc.).
About 100 wild animals (lemurs, bats, reptiles, birds, micromammals, etc.) are found there.
How to get there?
From the town of Foulpointe, you must take the Fort Manda road to get to the reserve. Don’t forget to drop by the Fort, one of the popular tourist attractions in the area.
Where to stay?
There is a wide range of tourist accommodation on the East Coast. But if you wish to take your time and stay in the reserve, bungalows are available for rent. You can also camp within the site if you have the necessary equipment (fire is strictly forbidden).
A restaurant is also available on site.
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