Saha Forest Camp
A relatively new and friendly camp built into the side of a hillside overlooking rice paddies in Anjzorobe. Accommodation is in comfortable and tastefully decorated, tented cabins.
Wonderfully prepared Malagasy meals are taken at the restaurant with a wonderful vista over the forest. Temperatures may become quite cool, especially in the evening and early mornings. A range of activities are offered including forest walks in search of the local lemurs which include the black morph of indri, diademed sifaka and eastern woolly lemur. Chameleons, frogs and geckos are also abundant and the area offers oustanding birding with many endemic species present. Other activities on offer include village visits and a tour of the traditional farming practices.
Restaurant, private bathrooms with hot water, living area and terrace.
The black morph of the indri is a local speciality here, and other lemurs include the beautiful diademed sifaka, eastern woolly lemur and Goodman's mouse lemur. Chameleons, frogs and many geckos are also abundant and the birding is excellent with local specailities including Madagascar wood rail, Meller's duck, Madagascar snipe, grey emutail and the very rare slender billed flufftail.
Forest treks, night walks, cultural tours and village visits.
Take a night walk to see nocturnal lemurs, reptiles and amphibians and fascinating insects.
If you have any questions regarding our Madagascar tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965
Tour guide was perfect (Excellent++). Attentive and caring. Outstanding person. Became part of the family. Give her an award!!! Local guides very enthusiastic and knowledgeable and pleasant people to be with. Helen’s enthusiastic and sparkling voice was a pleasure to hear on the ‘phone. All questions answered in detail and printed information sent was helpful. You guys really cared. Very attentive in Madagascar and went well. Very pleasant and good driver. No corners cut and a well planned trip with all details covered. Perfect for us. Due to good guides and spotters we saw 16 species of lemurs and plenty of them. Never in my wildest dreams did I expect to see so many species and so close to us. Marvellous – very emotional. Lemurs are such wonderful gentle creatures. This trip was so well-designed for people like us. I will never forget this trip in my life. What a humbling experience it was. Some time in the future we will be back to see these special animals. In the mean time I look to our video footage of our time with the lemurs of Madagascar. Helen Cox – well done. Your company is at the top of our list.