Natural Scenery/ Bucket list

Tsingy de Bemaraha Reserve is located in the drier western side of Madagascar and supports a quite distinct fauna and flora in a dramatic karst landscape.

The Eco – diversity is extraordinary in Madagascar, don’t forget to take a camera with! The pinnacle formations cover 1520 square km and the

 spiky limestone needles are 100-metre-high (These are unlike anything else in the world) surely it will give you an other-worldly experience.

The name “Tsingy” means “pointed peaks” in the local Madagascar language.

This destination is known as being one of the world’s greatest attractions for scenery, this is highly recommended for Nature lover’s.

 

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