Nosy Mangabe is part of Masoala National Park. The 520 ha island is located about 2 km offshore from the town of Maroantsetra and lies in the Gulf of Antongil.
Nosy Mangabe is most famous as a refuge for the aye-aye, a strange lemur once thought to be on the verge of extinction. The island is also known for its population of black-and-white ruffed lemurs and abundant Uroplatus geckos.
In search of the aye-aye -- Journal article for Nosy Mangabe
Masoala National Park
Satellite images of Nosy Mangabe