Named after the park’s highest peak, Nosy Be’s only protected area is a stunner. Lokobe National Park covers over 3,700 acres of the island’s last remaining lowland rainforest In Nosy Be’s southeast reaches. And most visitors arrive hoping to see the park’s most famous denizen, the black lemur, while hiking along lush trails. The female is actually closer to a reddish brown hue. And it’s pure entertainment to watch the animals leaping through the treetops, seemingly un-fazed by their human admirers. Other fascinating park inhabitants that guides may be able to point out to you (or at least impart fascinating wisdom about) include the Nosy Be panther chameleon, the Madagascar long-eared owl and the Madagascar pygmy kingfisher.