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Tsingy de Bemaraha
Spend time exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park in Western Madagascar. The Petite and Grand Tsingy are well-worth a visit, not only are they spectacular to look at but are home to a variety of wildlife.
Tsingy de Bemaraha covers 152,000 hectares of protected land in a remote corner of the country. This is the second largest protected area in the country, and is made up of huge areas of tsingy - a limestone massif that has been eroded in to an impressive pinnacle karst.
The razor sharp tsingy form an impressive impenetrable fortress at the southern Manambolo River end of the park, where the river cuts an impressive gorge through the limestone.
Pockets of deciduous forest are found amongst the tsingy, hosting an array of impressive endemic wildlife including Decken's sifaka lemur, red-fronted brown lemurs, a huge number of bats and birds, and plenty of reptiles and insects to boot. Keep your eyes peeled for aye aye lemurs who also live in Tsingy de Bemaraha and sightings have recently been recorded.
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