Lemurs Park

Park in Antananarivo

Updated: March 08, 2024 08:08 PM

Lemurs Park is located in Antananarivo (Capital of Madagascar), Madagascar. It's address is 1, Madagascar.

1, Madagascar

29W5+7F Imerintsiatosika, Madagascar

+261 33 11 252 59

Check Time Table for Lemurs Park

Monday8:30 AM to 5 PM
Tuesday8:30 AM to 5 PM
Wednesday8:30 AM to 5 PM
Thursday8:30 AM to 5 PM
Friday8:30 AM to 5 PM
Saturday8:30 AM to 5 PM
Sunday8:30 AM to 5 PM

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Where is Lemurs Park?

Lemurs Park is located at: 1, Madagascar.

What is the phone number of Lemurs Park?

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What are the coordinates of Lemurs Park?

Coordinates: -18.9543114, 47.3587014

Lemurs Park Reviews

Kokica Bokica
2023-11-04 15:48:28 GMT

Great sanctuary park

We booked over official website tour with included transportation, guide, lunch ( great food) and drink.. Deal was supper good, driver came on time as it can be quite long drive to the park due to bad roads and traffic.
We visited at the end of our two weeks tour where we previously saw lemurs in nature, so at the beginning we felt sad seeing rescued animals that was captured due to humans egoism. Park is doing their best to recover them and some of them get ready for go back in the natural habitat ( unfortunately small percentage, but at least young once). We saw 5 different kinds of lemurs, turtle and chameleons. Highly recommend to visit and support this park.

Michael Machado
2023-09-30 10:06:16 GMT

I would highly recommend a visit to this Park. It is located about 1-1/2 hour drive from downtown Tana. It is a Private Sanctuary started over 22 years ago by a few French and Japanese ex-pats. All the Lemurs were rescued from private owners as it is illegal to own them. Because of there rescue they can not be released back into the wild. They go through a rewilding process but can never take care of themselves. They are well taken care of. They are fed and have Vet visit around once per week. They are free to roam on the 5 hectares.
There are approximately 70 and they are multiple different kinds of Lemurs. They co exist but in small family groups.
What is great about coming here is that the Lemurs are not very fearful of humans so they will scurry around you and will not run if you are but 3 ft away. You can get some very closeup pictures.

Cost to get is 70 Ariary and is open from 9 am to 4 pm. There is no real set time for their feeding but we found that they were hanging out close to their feeding areas. You must have a Guide and your Tip to them is up to you. The tour is about 1-1/2 hours. Our guide was Princsa and she was very knowledgeable about Lemurs and the environment. She has been working there for about 9 years and is working on her University degree in Social Communication and Environmental Management and planning on getting her Master's. She spoke very good English.
There is also a small restaurant on site which was good and the tables sit outside overlooking the countryside. Prices are reasonable. 22 to 35 Ariary for lunch and drinks 5 to 10 Ariary.
There is also a small souvenir store.

Mikhail Naiko
2024-02-01 11:47:52 GMT

Nice place where you can find 6 types of lemurs and chameleons

Entrance fee 70k + be ready to add some Tip for a guide

Welison Floriano
2023-09-29 15:38:23 GMT

The park is great, you will see several species of lemurs and chameleons. A great place to get close ups. The tour was only 1:30h with a tour guide provided by the park. The entrance was 70,000 MGA, cash only. I paid 200,000 MGA for a private driver, he took me there and waited outside to bring me back. Just to get there from Antananarivo it took around 1:10h. There were very few tourists.

S. Dreg
2023-08-31 11:22:58 GMT

Fantastic experience. We went together with our new Malagasy family (our son married into theirs) and Hery, the guide talked with us in English and then talked with them in Malagasy. He was patient and nice and very knowledgeable. He told us lots about the plants and the animals. We got to see 4 different kinds of lemurs and took plenty of pictures. We even saw a little chameleon. The gift shop isn't really worth it but the parc experience was great! Fantastic for kids but also for adults.

Louise Rowan
2023-06-23 06:11:16 GMT

Spent nearly two hours with the guide walking around the gardens. Guide was great, lots of info and gave us more than enough time to watch and photograph the lemurs. You’re asked not to get within 2 meters of the lemurs but if you’re quiet and patient the lemurs may well come and get a closer look at you. Animals look healthy and cared for and they have room to roam albeit with smaller territories than they’d have in the wild. Their diets are supplemented in the winter.
Nice but bit expensive gift shop; cafe on terrace looked nice but we didn’t stop for food.

Megan J
2021-12-30 07:34:26 GMT

Great experience! Our guide spoke English very well and was very knowledgeable! Many of the lemurs are removed pets, and are used to humans (though they don't approach and you can't touch them). They are fed, but was free to move about the park/ leave if they choose. It's a great opportunity to get some fantastic pictures of these curious animals! We arrived right at 9 am, and the morning was definitely a great time to visit! Would highly recommend!

Chandra Kanth Reddy
2023-05-31 15:20:37 GMT

I really enjoyed visiting the park. They have various lemurs including King Julian. Highly recommend it

Jason Chuei
2022-09-19 09:18:42 GMT

Brilliant park full of an array of lemur species and other animals, set in a grand green park. Loved strolling around the grounds, seeing the lemurs jumping, running and bouncing around.

Kevin Hu
2018-10-05 11:17:26 GMT

Excellent guided tours of this park which contains six different species of Lemurs. In addition there are a lot of plants and other animals in the park like tortoises and chameleons. The guides are very knowledgeable and well versed in multiple languages. The animals seem to be well cared for and are not in cages atypical of a zoo experience. During my visit I was able to see a baby lemur with its family in October.

Luis Miguel Gambín Pascual
2023-11-29 17:41:54 GMT

Great place to see very cute creatures.

Leonard Ngumbah
2019-02-24 12:47:53 GMT

This was a unique experience meeting thw lemurs for my very first time. The animals are in the open and not locked up in cages. They are approachable but you not allowed to touch nor feed them. You can take photos and videos. The entrance fee is 35000Ariary per adult. There is also a gift shop for souvenirs.

2024-01-17 10:40:17 GMT

Nice park

Faly AND
2020-04-05 09:05:11 GMT

The Lemur Park is located 27 km west of Antananarivo on the national road 1, far from traffic jams and pollution of the city center. It's a paying private park, guides are included in the entry price and are at your disposal for the visit of the 5 hectare park between the Kastaoka river and the national road 1. The seven species of lemurs live completely free in this park which is maintained daily. There are also some endemic and medicinal plants there. This park allows you to save a lot of time in terms of visiting the national parks, if you don't have enough time during your stay in Madagascar.

Lilia Misotchenko
2019-10-14 03:06:29 GMT

Very nice park , we had a lot of fun , you can see around 5 different species of lemurs and some turtles
They are not held in cages or anything and they are not afraid of humans so you can see them up close.
The guide we had is really nice and knew English and French.
The cost is 40 000 Ariary (not including tip for the guide)
Taxi from Tana costs 120 000 for both ways( the taxi driver is waiting outside the park) -the ride takes about an hour.

kommen tator
2023-10-02 06:39:15 GMT

Best way to see different kinds of Lemures nearby - this year up to 10cm. Not comparible with andasibe, where you have to walk many kilometers for less than 10 animals. Here you see 40 Lemurs per kilometer.

2023-09-13 16:33:14 GMT

Really amazing to see these lemur species up close and in the trees. Location was excellent, and not too far out of Antananarivo Our guide was excellent and very knowledgeable, and spoke excellent English!

Eva Garmider-Laur
2022-10-18 18:03:38 GMT

Very interesting tour, nice overview of floora and lemurs.

George Kozarov
2023-11-17 12:55:15 GMT

Highly recommend - you see 6 types of lemur up close. Super friendly guide and nice staff

Avital Tidhar
2019-09-15 20:33:51 GMT

Really a nice place, only ~50 lemurs but good instructors and very interesting.

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Capital of Madagascar

Antananarivo, also known by its colonial shorthand form Tana, is the capital and largest city of Madagascar. The administrative area of the city, known as Antananarivo-Renivohitra, is the capital of Analamanga region. source

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