Visit the Reserve Tsingy Bemaraha, a nature sanctuary World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
It is the largest protected area in Madagascar (152,000 hectares).
Geological formation impressive appearance, the reserve has eroded karst peaks in the middle of a vast limestone plateau.
Among the almost inaccessible wonders there are 6 species of lemurs (as deckeni recognizable by its white coat), many reptiles and 53 species of birds. It is also home to one of the smallest species of chameleon Brookesia perarmata. Its thorns remind us of the peak shape of the Tsingy.
In the midst of this dry forest, dolines and sinkholes are islands of greenery, with the species of baobabs and flamboyant alansonia up to 18 m high. The latter, the end of the dry season, give a red color that contrasts with the gray of the rock.