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Ifotaka Community Forest is home to the Antandroy Tribe whose sacred beliefs and customs makes this park incredibly interesting. The sacred forest includes spiny and gallery forests and is home to ring-tailed lemurs and the wonderful Verreaux's Sifakas which can appear to be almost dancing as they move along the ground. The bird life here is abundant and includes the likes of coucal, scops owl and malachite kingfishers. Day and evening walks will open up this enchanting area of fauna and flora and enhance your understanding of the cultural and beliefs of the wonderful Antandroy tribe.
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14 hours 20 minutes (via Johannesburg)
GMT +3 hours
Issued on arrival
Yellow Fever certificate required if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
April - November
Due to the size of the country, Madagascar experiences a range of climatic conditions. The heaviest rainfall tends to fall on the east coast and in the north particularly through the cyclone season between December and March. The highlands and parts of the south west remain fairly dry year round although sharp showers can be experienced in Fort Dauphin area.
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