Madagascar Accommodation,
Eastern Madagascar

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.

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Restaurant, private bathrooms with hot water, living area and terrace.

Local Wildlife

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.

Optional Activities

Forest treks, night walks, cultural tours and village visits.

Alan Godwin

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Madagascar tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Having recently returned from a truly memorable 3 weeks in Madagascar we wanted to express our sincerest thanks to you Helen, and all at Reef and Rainforest for arranging such a superb wildlife viewing experience.

As you are aware, we were particularly keen to see and photograph the fosa. At Kirindy forest we actually encountered 3. Despite the rather challenging accommodation we would highly recommend the Kirindy experience to all those wanting an exceptional primate viewing experience.
Overall our lemur species/subspecies count was 22 and other notable sightings included 2 species of mongoose, giant jumping rats, a huge Madagascar ground boa, humpback whales and the Madagascar fish eagle.

Every detail of the trip from start to finish was superbly well arranged and managed, which cannot be easy in a country with such complex problems. Well done Helen.

All aspects of the trip were outstanding. Wildlife, people, culture and geography. We will certainly return again to visit the north of the island and return to paradise, Anjajavy.

This was our second trip with Reef and Rainforest and I cannot speak highly enough of your company. I would recommend your services to any natural world/wildlife enthusiast. Thank you again.

Mrs A & Mr J W, Selkirk