Once used as a refuge by the Vazimba, the first inhabitants of the island, the Tsingy of Bemaraha is one of the most protected areas of the country. With its 152,000 hectares divided between a nature reserve dedicated to researchers and a free access area for visitors, the park amazes and surprises with its incredible and spectacular geological formations. The tsingy are true cathedrals of limestone and consist of a multitude of faults, cracks, and sharp needles. They originated from limestone created under the sea with coral formations, which was then shaped by rainwater over several millions of years. Considered unique in the world, the landscape offers visitors absolutely magical scenes. If you wish, you can join the national park treks and tours to admire the views offered by the site. You will also find unique vegetation that manages to survive in this hostile environment, as well as other endemic flora and fauna.
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