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Andohahela National Park

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Andohahela National Park is in the Fianarantsoa Province of Madagascar. It's the southernmost of the six national parks making up the UNESCO World Heritage site Rainforests of the Atsinanana.

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The national park hosts 15 lemur species, including the Ring-tailed Lemur and Verreaux's Sifaka.

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The closest city is Taolagnaro.

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Entrance fees are the same for all of Madagascar's most-visited national parks, with a portion of the fee generally shared with the local communities in an effort to promote conservation. Guide fees are an additional charge. Fees are accurate as of October 2014:

  • 1 day: 25,000 Ar per person
  • 2 days: 37,000 Ar per person
  • 3 days: 40,000 Ar per person
  • 4 days: 50,000 Ar per person
  • Malagasy nationals: 1,000 Ar per person per day.
  • Children of any nationality: 200 Ar per child per day.

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