Day 3: Going to Marojejy National Park
On the third day of your trip, the long-awaited adventure is finally right at your doorstep. First of all, you will go again very early in the morning by car up into the mountains to Mandena. There you will find the entrance to the Marojejy National Park. This park is one of the most impressive and so far still little explored protected areas on the island and represents a unique rainforest, as it can be discovered today only rarely on this earth. Although the forest has suffered numerous damages in recent years due to wood and animal poaching, the spectacle that presents itself in the dense, green foliage is still spectacular and breathtaking. However, the Walks through the park a certain physical constitution, as the paths are wet and slippery and the High humidity brings an additional effort. In addition, rainwear is recommended for this trip, as it drizzles almost continuously in Marojejy National Park. The start of your trip to the unique Natural paradise of Marojejy starts around 8:30 in the morning and it is always uphill from the beginning. The first destination is the first of the three camps that you will visit in the next few days. In the Camp Mantelle you will arrive in time for lunch. after the extensive refreshment, a detour to the Cascade d'Humbert on the plan. The associated basin is said to be home to a gigantic man-eating eel, which you will most likely not see on your tour. Afterwards it goes on to the Camp Marojejia. For three hours you will move through relatively difficult terrain until you arrive at the camp. There you will have dinner and accommodation in simple shelters with bunk beds.