Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is a must-visit destination for nature lovers in Madagascar. Located on the western coast of the country, the park boasts stunning limestone formations and a diverse landscape of sweeping canyons, gorges, and grand waterfalls. The Tsingy, its unique geological formation, features towering limestone stones with jagged peaks. This 583 sq km park was declared a UNESCO heritage site in 1990 for its breathtaking fauna and flora, including deciduous dry forests, grassy savannas, tropical forests, and mangrove swamps.
Visitors to Tsingy National Park can go hiking, boat riding along the Tsiribihina river, fishing in the Manambolo river, or visit local ethnic groups. To get there, take a chartered plane from the capital of Antananarivo, or take a shared taxi to Morondava and then travel by car or taxi to the park. Accommodations include Tsingy Lodge and Tana Ankoay, both offering comfortable rooms and local cuisine. Make Tsingy de Bemaraha a stop on your next trip to Madagascar to experience its unique beauty.