You can meet two of the largest lemurs of Madagascar: the Indri Indri, almost with a black coat, characterized by their morning shoot to wake you up, and the Propithecus diadema, easy to observe, with white and brown coat. Some nocturnal species such as Lepilemur mustelinus and Avahi laniger can also be seen in their sleep during the day. There are a lot of plants too that local population use, like « Ramy » in Malagasy or the Canarium madagascariensis (for manufacturing a perfume incense), the « Vintanina » (for manufacturing carts wheels) and the » Hasina « (for circumcision).
The Sacred waterfall circuit ends up for visiting the small fall, a traditional religion place. Villagers are doing there some ritual blessed request or « tso-dràno » to « Zanahary », the Great God and ancestors in Malagasy. For information, tuesday, thursday and saturday are taboos for the fall to do sacrifice. The villagers respect that.
GUIDING FEES FOR MAX 05 PERSONS: 12 000 MGA