C’est magnifique! (It’s magnificent!)
Since its foundation in 1936 by the Heaulme family, the Berenty Reserve has been designed to protect lemurs and their natural environment: the dense gallery forest dominated by tamarind trees and the spiny dry forest. Since its opening to the public in 1981, it has gained international fame. Many public figures went there like Prince Philip of Edinburgh or the son of the Emperor of Japan. The Berenty Reserve is a reference site for scientists and is visited by many travelers, curious to discover the animal and plant diversity that inhabit these more than 1000 hectares of protected areas.
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