Tsingy de Bemaraha is one of Madagascar’s natural wonders, and its awe-inspiring scenery is matched by the diversity and abundance of wildlife in the forests.
Troops of white Decken’s sifakas are clearly visible as are red-fronted brown lemurs and many reptiles.
At the park’s southern boundary the Manambolo River cuts an impressive gorge. Boat trips offer and ideal way to see wildlife in the forest along the banks; alternatively the forest can be explored on specially constructed walkways.
It is a long and difficult journey to get to Tsingy de Bemaraha, but definitely well worth the time and effort.
- Ideal for viewing: Madagascar fish eagle, red-fronted brown lemur, ring-tailed lemur, Sambirano lesser bamboo lemur, white Decken’s sifaka
- Where: Mahajanga Province, Madagascar