Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site of preserved mangrove forests, and harbours a remarkable bird and lemur population. This region in Morondava, Madagascar is very unique due to its impressive karstic peaks and limestone needles. When you visit Madagascar, a stop at Tsingy Nature Reserve is a must for eco-tourists. If being listed as a World Heritage Site doesn't do it for you, it's also listed as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa. You’ll need six free days to embark on one of the most memorable journeys of a lifetime, a Tsingy tour. The Tsingy tour is organized for the benefit of your comfort and optimum use of time, and also for the sanctity of the UNESCO ...
Area: 587,040.00 km2
Available Language Guides : French
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