Feon Ny Ala

A simple but comfortable hotel close to Perinet Reserve where indri can often be heard at dawn.

Feon Ny Ala

Feon ny Ala is a simple but comfortable hotel only 3km from the entrance to Perinet Reserve in Andasibe. It has a pleasant location next to a lake and opposite a fragment of rainforest which is why its not uncommon to wake to the sound of distant indri song at dawn. The hotel is in an ideal location for access to both Perinet and Mantadia National Parks but also particulary for night walks that are often taken along the nearby road during the evening. Although Feon ny Ala is one of the more basic options in Andasibe it still provides clean and comfortable accommodation in wooden A frame bungalows with thathed roofs. There are 40 rooms including large family bungalows and all feature  private bathrooms with hot water showers, mosquito nets and a desk and power outlets for re charging equipment.

The main building houses a large restaurant serving good but basic food plus a games room with pool table, table tennis, TV and a small libary. Outside there is a garden area with tables and umbrellas and a children’s play area with views towards the nearby forest.


En suite bathrooms with hot water, restaurant, laundry service, games room and souvenir shop.

Local Wildlife

Indri, diademed sifaka, black and white ruffed lemur, Goodman's mouse lemur, eastern woolly lemur, Parson's chameleon, leaf chameleon, leaf tailed gecko, giraffe-necked weevil and many species of frog can be seen in the reserve.

Optional Activities

Wildlife walks in the rainforest.

Number of rooms


Air Conditioning


Swimming Pool


Ian Loyd
Area Specialist

This is a good option in Perinet if working to a budget.

If you have any queries about this accommodation please feel free to call me directly on +44 (0)1803 866965 or...

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Feon ny Ala -18.947196, 48.418400

[Our escort guide] was excellent – he had amazing vocabulary and was always good natured, patient and attentive. He provided us with a great commentary to the country and proved to be a brilliant wildlife spotter. Wildlife highlights: seeing a streaked tenrec, snorkelling with green turtles, the pygmy chameleons, the biggest giant millipede I’ve ever seen, a group of indris without the crowds and hearing their calls, seeing new families of birds – vangas and couas…Everything was a complete treat – my binoculars got a complete workout.

Mr D N - Bristol