Parc National des Tsingy de Bemaraha
Located on the western side of central Madagascar lies Parc National des Tsingy de Bemaraha. Tsingy is the Malagasy word for “walking on tiptoes” and the region is covered in limestone “needles” creating an eerie and dramatic landscape. The whole protected area is designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The park is rich in fauna and contains many canyons, gorges, lakes, forests and swamps.
Tsiribihina and Manambolo Rivers
A leisurely boat trip down either the Tsiribihina or Manambolo rivers is a very popular activity in Madagascar. The 2-
Allée des Baobabs
One of the most photographed places in Madagascar is the Allée des Baobabs. This group of baobab trees line the road between Morondava and Belon'i Tsiribihina. It is best visited at sunset or sunrise where stunning pictures of the gnarled giants can be captured against colourful skies.
Parc National de Kirindy-
Although one of the newest parks in Madagascar, Parc National de Kirindy-
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