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Tsingy Nature Reserve Madagascar
Safari Highlights in Madagascar
Tsingy Nature Reserve
Tsingy Nature Reserve was once practically inaccessible, which meant that only a few Madagascar holiday packages included this magnificent area… but, since it became a UNESCO World Heritage site it has begun featuring on more and more Madagascar vacation itineraries! The largest protected area in Madagascar (152,000 hectares), Tsingy de Bemaraha, is in the west of the country and includes a huge forest of eroded limestone pinnacles that harbours a stunning display of wildlife – which is without a doubt becoming a very popular Madagascar highlight.
The Tsingy Nature Reserve is actually two parks, the Petit Tsingy and the Grand Tsingy. So far, recorded, there are 53 species of bird, eight of reptile and six of lemur. Organised trips into the Tsingy may include a spectacular canoe trip down the Manambolo River or simply an interesting day trip to the limestone formations as part of a Madagascar vacation package.
In the south of Petit Tsingy is the spectacular Manambolo Gorge where you can see waterfalls, lemurs and magnificent untouched forests. Wherever you go in the Tsingy area you are guaranteed to be amazed by the unique beauty that this area holds.