Andasibe


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Der Andasibe Nationalpark ist aufgrund seiner Nähe zu Tana und seiner guten Erreichbarkeit in der Nähe der Route National nach Toamasina (Tamatave) der meistbesuchte auf Madagaskar. Hier gibt es die berühmten Indris, den kleinen Östlichen Bambuslemur und weitere Lemuren wie vom nahen Mantadia Nationalpark umgesiedelte Diadem-Sifakas sowie Chamäleons, Frösche und eine Vielzahl an Vögeln wie den Madagaskar-Paradiesschnäpper oder den Madagaskar-Drongo, den „König von Madagaskar“, wie er aufgrund seiner kleinen „Krone“ über dem Schnabel auch genannt wird.

Because of its proximity to Tana and the good accessibility near the Route National to Toamasina (Tamatave), Andasibe National Park is the most visited in Madagascar. It is home to the famous Indris, the Eastern lesser bamboo lemur and other lemurs like the Diadem sifakas that got translocated from nearby Mantadia National Park as well as chameleons, frogs and a vast number of birds like the Madagascar paradise flycatcher or the Madagascar Drongo, the “King of Madagascar” as it is called because of the small crown-like feather right above its beak. Weiterlesen

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Kidepo Valley Nationalpark II – Kidepo Valley National Park II

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Part II
Exploring Kidepo Valley National Park is like exploring an ancient isolated paradise, hidden and protected by mountain ranges. It is an original savannah with patches of swampland, mountains, valleys, stands of borassus palms and sausage trees. The place is dominated by the remnants of the Katurum lodge, towering over the valley. It had been planned and built during the Idi Amin regime, but got abandoned because of political instability. Right now, it is getting renovated, because an investor is planning to turn the bunker-like structure into a four-star luxury accommodation including a spa and a night club. Weiterlesen