73 Photos - Dec 21, 2008
Photo: The rainforest and beach of Nosy MagabePhoto: Can you see the gecko?Photo: A brown lemur coming after our lunchPhoto: Our first cameleonPhoto: Our next cameleon, nearbyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The increadibly camouflaged leaf-tail geckoPhoto: Mick and our guide Claudio, a fun and fascinating characterPhoto: Tiny little cameleons playing dead in Mick's palmPhoto: A snake in the night, harmlessPhoto: One of the unspoilt beaches of Masoala PenninsulaPhoto: A local school full of kidsPhoto: A local's catchPhoto: Photo: Claudio leading us on a walk into the primary forest of MasoalaPhoto: Photo: Edible bugs apparently!Photo: Local performancePhoto: Photo: Photo: Night time often presents a wealth of cameleon speciesPhoto: Photo: Looking glamous in hiking gearPhoto: Mick and a Tenric we corneredPhoto: Photo: Photo: Tomato Frog, local to MaroansetraPhoto: Locals playing to our camera in Maroansetra marketPhoto: Photo: Sun rise on Ill aux NattesPhoto: Picture perfect tropical scenesPhoto: Photo: Photo: Riding dodgy bikes across Isle St MariePhoto: Mick in a pirogue (dug out canoe) in the dense mangroves on the east coast of Isle St MariePhoto: SunsetPhoto: The huge, untouched beach along Ampanihy peninsula on the east coast of Isle St Marie.Photo: One of our simple, but comfy bungalowsPhoto: Mick and his close to useless bike, minus a pedalPhoto: Our camera couldn't capture the joy of finding lemurs in the trees. Here is a try.Photo: Huge broken tail mothPhoto: Deep in the primary forest of Ranomafana with guide, Loret.Photo: Another gecko master of camouflage.Photo: A brighter cousin.Photo: Parson's cameleonPhoto: Photo: Photo: School busPhoto: Tiny cameleon hiding in the forest leavesPhoto: InsectsPhoto: A sleepy ring-tail lemurPhoto: A male marking his territoryPhoto: Baby!Photo: Photo: Guide Adrian in the vastly different landscape from the rainforests.Photo: Cattle market in AmbalavaoPhoto: Photo: Market day for veges tooPhoto: Photo: And hatsPhoto: Adrian and his tribe's traditional hatPhoto: Winery, concrete Malagasy styleVideo: The biggest of the lemus, the IndriVideo: Indri songPhoto: Diadem SifakaPhoto: Photo: Suzanne and TrudePhoto: Photo courtesy of TrudePhoto: Indri (Trude's photo)Photo: Yet another cameleon species I can't remember the name off, but always fascinating! (Trude's photo)