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Staying within this institution of Morondava, capital of the Menabe, you will have the chance to discover this region a thousand aspects. Sometimes, the city offers a warm and vibrant tropical atmosphere, sometimes its fauna and flora offers calm and extraordinary visits. This is including the famous Tsingy of Bamaraha invite you to discover.
The Tsingy de Bemaraha national park is one of the most important treasures of the big island and it only takes a few minutes to get there from the hotel. The Tsingy stand out for their large furrows in the karst peaks that the Tsiribihina and Manambolo rivers have dug over the years. This Park is classified as world heritage by Unesco since 1990 and part national parks managed by Angap.
It extends over 157 710 HA and has a dual status. Indeed, its northern part is classified nature reserve, the southern part is classified National Park. It is in this part are the Tsingy forming to them only a greyish forest. Despite its dry and rough side, the Tsingy of Bemaraha is home to many endemic and biological species. All the creatures that live there, either 34 species varied in any, are all endemic. As for the birds, There are more than a hundred species against 11 species for lemurs. Apart from its wildlife, its flora is also of great interest, because more than 86% species that grow there are endemic.
From the hotel, a 4×4 with a driver guide can take you to the Tsingy for easy mobility.