A small butcher in Andasibe Village.  Woman feeding het child. People in Madacascar get 4 till 5 childeren, the first baby mostly at the age of 13.  Female Madagascar Paradise-Flycatcher (Terpsiphone mutata) in Andasibe NP.  Grey Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemure griseus) in Andasibe NP.  Eastern Wooly Lemur (Avahi laniger) is a nocturnal lemur, photo is made Andasibe NP. 
The Indri (Indri Indri) is the biggest lemur in Madagascar. The sound of his shouting travels more then 3Km. Andasibe NP.  Two Indri's in a tree, Andasibe NP.  This beautifull coloured lemur is the Diademed Sifaka (Propithecus diadema). Andasibe NP.  Lemurs don't have that many enemies, only one other lemur, the Fosa (which is quite rare to see) and birds of prey. Like this Madagascar Buzzard (Buteo brachypterus) in Andasibe NP.  Madagascar day gecko (Phelsuma madagascariensis) in Andasibe NP. 
A pair of Peyriera's Woolly Lemurs (Avahi peyrierasi), nocturnal lemurs in Andasibe NP.  Butterfly (Papilio delalandei) in Andasibe NP.  The giraffe weevil (Trachelophorus giraffa) is a weevil endemic to Madagascar, photo made in Andasibe NP. It's clear why they call it the giraffe weevil.  Gray Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur griseus) eating bamboo in Andasibe NP.  An other Gray Bamboo Lemur in the bamboo of Andasibe NP. 
That's why it's a Bamboo Lemur, it's his breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack.  A Brown Lemur (Eulemur fulvus) in Andasibe NP.  Beautifull butterfly, couldn't indentify this species. If you have an idea of what species it could be, please mail me.  The sign from Andasive National Park.  Tree frog in Andasibe NP. It looks like a Green Bright-eyed Frog (Boophis viridis), but with more then 300 (!!) species of frogs in Madagascar you can never be sure. 
Used the flash during a night walk in  Andasibe NP. It's a tree vern, which are very common in Madagascar.  A very small chameleon at night in the Andasibe NP.  Endemic Tufted-tail Rat (Eliurus webbi), at night in Andasibe NP.  A chameleon at night in Andasibe NP.  Driving in Madagascar is often challenging, but also fun. This is on the way to Palmarium Parc. 
These are the channels on the east coast, on he way to Palmarium Parc.  White-fronted Brown Lemur (Eulemur Albifrons) in Palmarium Parc.  Female Black Lemur (Eulemur macaco) in Palmarium Parc.  White-belted Ruffed Lemur (Varecia variegata subcincta) in Palmarium Parc.  Rufus Brown Lemur (Eulemur rufus) in Palmarium Parc. 
Conquerel's Sifaka (Propithecus coquereli) in Palmarium Parc.  Conquerel's Sifaka (Propithecus coquereli) in Palmarium Parc.  Female Rufus Brown Lemur in Palmarium Parc.  Two Conquerel's Sifaka's, one sitting and the other (in the background) is jumping towards the camera.  A big Indri in Palmarium Parc. 
Indri in a tree in Palmarium Parc.  Close up from the face of an Indri in Palmarium Parc.  An other Indri in a tree in Palmarium Parc.  A Lizzard in Palmarium Parc.  On of the many chameleons in Palmarium Parc. 
Red-bellied Lemurs (Eulemur rubriventer) in a tree in Palmarium Parc.  An other close-up from the face of an Indri at Palmarium Parc.  The sign from Palmarium Parc.  From Palmarium Parc you can also take a boat to the Indian ocean coast. This fishing boats are made out of a single tree and probably hunderd years or older. Trees this size have become very rare in Madagascar.  Tropical pitcher plants, this are insect eating plants (Nepenthes sp.) near Palmarium Parc. 
A woman walks near the channels from east Madagascar.  This is inside the church from Antsirabe.  Sunset on our way to Morondava.  On our way to Morondava.  This is also on our way to Morondava, it rained a lot so big areas are flooded. 
A crab on the beach of Morondava.  A woman cleaning a catfish on the coast of Morondava. The beach is actualy very dirty, local people shit on it because it's taboo for them to have a toilet in the house.  One of the most famous tourist spots (mmm, like you see so many tourist here, not!) in Madagascar is the Avenue des Baobabs.  Avenue des Baobabs near Morondava.  A chameleon in Kirindi NP. 
A big lizzard in Kirindi NP.  A Rufus Brown Lemur in Kirindi NP.  Red-tailed Sportive Lemur (Lepilemur ruficaudatus) is a nocturnal lemur. We saw this one at a night walk in Kirindi NP.  Verreaux's Sifaka (Prophithecus verreauxi) in Kirindi NP.  A bird (couldn't indentify the species) in Kirindi NP. 
Madagascar golden orb spider (Nephila madagascariensis) in Kirindi NP. Their bite will hurt a lot, not that strange as you should know that this spider is larger then your hand!  The sign of Kirindi NP at hte entrance of the parc.  Avenue des Baobabs near Morondava.  The station from Antsirabe.  On of the markets in Antsirabe, this is the local butcher, Musulman. 
Table football is the national sport of Madagascar. They play it everywhere, like here in the streets of Antsirabe.  Everything you need for your child, you can find at this store in Antsirabe.  On the RN7 to Isalo NP you come across some beautifull views.  Small  villages next to the RN7 to Isalo NP.  This is a view from the mountains looking down to the town of Fianarantsoa. Find the stadium in this photo where childeren write IHS. 
Almost at Isalo NP, beautifull mountains and ricefields near the RN7.  A last view before we enter the plateau to Isalo NP.  The landscape in Insalo NP is really beautifull and surealistic.  This is "la natural piscine", the natural swimming pool, in Insalo NP.  A chameleon in Isalo NP. 
Madagascar Lovebird (Agapornis cana) is a small species of parrot of the lovebird genus. It is a mainly green parrot. Isalo NP.  Crested Drongo (Dicrurus forticatus) in Insalo NP.  Lateral Water Snake (Bibilava lateralis) in Isalo NP.  Landscape of Isalo NP.  Looking down to the plateau in Isalo NP. 
The plateau near Isalo NP after rain, youn can still see a part of the rainbow.  The entrance to Isalo NP.  A small river in the canyons of Isalo NP.  This is "la piscine noire", the black swimming pool, in Isalo NP.  A frog at "la piscine noire" in Isalo NP. 
"La piscine noire", the black swimming pool, in Isalo NP.  "Cascade des nimfes" in Isalo NP.  We saw our first Ring-tailled Lemur (Lemur catta) in Isalo NP.  Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) in Isalo NP.  A beautifull blue dragonfly in Isalo NP. 
An butterfly which i couldn't identify. Isalo NP.  This is in Camp Catta, a parc with some small bungalows. There are a lot of Ring-tailled Lemurs who often visted the place.  Lemurs at Camp Catta.  Madagascar Nightjar (Caprilmulgus madagascariensis), in the sacred forest near Camp Catta. This burd flies like a butterfly and spends his time mostly on the ground.  The Bara tribe buries their deaths for 5 years like this, then they collect the bones and put them in a collective family tomb. 
A view over the sacred forest near Camp Catta.  A chameleon in Camp Catta.  A close-up from a dragonfly in Camp Catta.  The surrounding mountains near Camp Catta are more the 2000 meters high and very hard to climb.  An other Ring-tailed Lemur in Camp Catta. 
A Ring-tailed Lemur on a rock between some orange flowers, near Camp Catta.  A Ring-tailed Lemur in the ricefields near Camp Catta.  A purple Heron (Ardea purpurea) in the Anja Parc.  A small frog in the Anja Parc.  An other frog in the Anja Parc. 
A Ring-tailed Lemur in the Anja Parc.  A beautifull green frog on a leaf in the Anja Parc.  This is hand-made silk made from the cocoons of wild moths. The colours are made with only natural ingredients.  This woman is cleaning the cocoons and putting them together before they will be boiled.  This woman is making a scar from the silk on a loom. 
The sign in Ranomafana NP indicating that we are entering the Bamboo Lemur area.  Milne-Edwards's Sifaka (Propithecus edwardsi) in Ranomafana NP.  Rufus Brown Lemur in Ranamofana NP.  Male and female Rufus Bron Lemur on a tree in Ranamofana NP.  The Golden Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur aureus) can only be found in Ranamofana NP. There are only 60 left of them. 
An other Golden Bamboo Lemur, we saw 4 different animals in a small area. Ranamofana NP.  After 4 hours following this Golden Bamboo Lemurs we finally had 3 decent photo's. Ranamofana NP.  A view through a window from an abandoned house twowards Lake Andraikiba near Antsirabe.  Lake Andraikiba near Antsirabe is a large volcanic lake.  A painted house in Andirabe. 
A pouch-pouch at a stop sign in the centre of Ansirabe.  A shop with hats, Ansaribe.  Some tailors with old sewing machines in the centre of Ansaribe.  The cinema of Ansirabe.  Ansirabe is the pouch-pouch (push-push) capital of Madagascar. There are thousands of them. 
Some rice at the market from Ansaribe.  The tombs of the royal Kings on the Blue Hill near Antananarivo.  Looking down at the capital of Madagascar, Antananarivo.