The beautiful and mysterious stone forest is home to many rare and precious animals.
The Tsingy de Bemaraha reserve extends from the Bemahara plateau to the Manambulu River on a vast area of 152 hectares. It is also the largest nature reserve in Madagascar – home to many of the world’s most endangered plants and animals located off the Indian Ocean, southeastern Africa.
In this sanctuary, there are many blue rock mountains as well as other colorful limestone mountains, small, odd, about 50m high, lined up in successive rows. All the peaks were as sharp as needles stabbed into the sky cut by the wind and water for hundreds of millions of years.
Not only that, there are many mysterious caves in the forest, where many small inhabitants of Madagascar live.
In addition, the stone forest is the residence of special rare and precious snow lemurs – found only in Madagascar.