Wildlife guide profiles for Madagascar


The following are some of the guides I have had or met in my travels in Madagascar. "Tourist guides" are guides that accompany visitors around Madagascar -- those listed here speak English, French, and Malagasy. "Local guides" are guides in specific parks -- those listed here speak Malagasy, French, and some English. "Canoe guides" speak Malagasy and some French.
Armand, nature guide for the Masoala Peninsula (Masoala NP)Armand
Local guide
Markira, Masoala Peninsula and Nosy Mangabe
Benja with baobabs (Morondava)Benja
Tourist guide
Madagascar
Betsara canoe guide (Manambolo)Betsara
Canoe guide
Manambolo
Gregoire, guide in Kirindy (Kirindy)Gregoire
Local guide
Kirindy
Ranomafana ecotourist guide Roody (Ranomafana N.P.)Roody
Local guide
Ranomafana
Ifasina guide (Ifasina / Antoetra)Roger
Local guide
Ifasina
Joel, ecotourist guide in Isalo (Isalo)Joel
Local guide
Isalo National Park
max (Manambolo)Max
Canoe guide
Manambolo
Olivier, guide in Fort Dauphin area (Berenty-Fort Dauphin)Olivier
Tourist guide
Fort Dauphin area
Roland, guide in Madagascar (Berenty-Fort Dauphin)Roland
Tourist guide
Madagascar
Tata in tsingy (Tsingy de Bemaraha)Tata
Local guide
Tsingy de Bemaraha
Zaka Guide (Andasibe)Zaka Guide


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