Tsingy de Bemaraha Biosphere Reserve, Baobabs Boulevard, Nosy Be, … are beautiful destinations that you should visit when traveling to Madagascar.
Tsingy de Bemaraha Biosphere Reserve:
This natural reserve was recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1990, located near the western sea of Madagascar. This is where the erosion phenomenon creates unique “tsingy” limestone fields interspersed with mangrove forests, a large area for many rare bird and animal species, including species. lemur.
A dirt road between Morondava and Belon’i Tsiribihina in western Madagascar with rows of 800-year-old Baobab trees spread along two sides of the road. beautiful natural, horizontal and full of life, has long been a symbol and pride of this island nation.
Located on the northwest of Madagascar, is one of the most pristine beaches in the world. Nosy Be is Madagascar’s top travel destination. This island attracts tourists by the clear blue water, the fresh seafood dishes in a peaceful space, with rich flora and fauna for tourists to explore, …
Those who love nature go to Andringitra Park to admire the majestic high mountains, deep valleys, bridges with unique architecture … Besides, if lucky You can also participate in many fun activities, entertainment and water sports. Make sure you get a lot of fun and unforgettable experiences here.
Ambohimanga Royal Hill:
Located in the central highlands, this is one of the most sacred sites in Madagascar. This is the residence of many kings, the venue for many sacred royal rituals and also the pilgrimage site until today. It still retains a solid rosewood wall and many artifacts such as weapons, drums, and talismans.
Andasibe – Mantadia:
This is one of the most visited parks because it is near the capital of Madagascar and is the region with the largest lemur species in the country. The park is divided into two zones: Mantadia National Park and Analamazoatra Reserve.
6 national parks together form the vast Atsinanana rainforest, the habitat of “monopoly” plants and animals only in Madagascar rain forest ecosystem.