Tsingy de Bemaraha, Jagged Stone Forest World Heritage Site in Madagascar - indephedia.com

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Tsingy de Bemaraha, Jagged Stone Forest World Heritage Site in Madagascar


Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is included in a world heritage site protected by UNESCO and can be accessed by tourists.

INDEPHEDIA.com - Tsingy de Bemaraha is a nature reserve in the form of the largest jagged karstic forest in the world that is naturally formed in the Northwest Madagascar National Park in the Melaky Area covering 1,500 square kilometers.

This unique attraction is home to a large number of endemic plant and animal species that can only be found at Tsingy. For example, the peak, slope, and base of the tsingy limestone needle, form an ecosystem with different species attached to a very steep slope.

At present, Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is included in a world heritage site protected by UNESCO and can be accessed by tourists, both domestic and foreign. To get to this park, you have to drive from the City of Morondava on the west coast of Madagascar to Tsingy de Bemaraha on a non-paved road.

After that, you also have to ride a raft made of pirogue wood to cross two rivers that are quite wide. After completing the second crossing, you will arrive at the last small village, Bekopaka. Here, many guides can take you to Tsingy de Bemaraha Park.

To climb the rocks at Tsingy is not easy. You must wear a complete climbing gear and start climbing rocks that stand tall. It takes about three hours to get to the top of the rocks of Tsingy de Bemaraha. However, the effort spent is comparable to the adventure experience you get. (UNK.IN/WS/ENG/*)

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