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Tsingy De Namoroka


Tsingy de Namoroka

The Tsingy of Namoroka (223 km²) have been protected since 1966, but it just gained the status of National Park in 2002. It is located in the northwest part of Madagascar, about 200 km southwest of Mahajanga and 50 km south of Soalala, and belongs to the same protected complex as BalyBay National Park. Namoroka offers a wide range of landscapes and ecosystems. It is formed mainly by grassy and shrubby savannas with incredible baobabs, and dry deciduous forest among the tsingy. This magnificent scenery becomes more attractive with subtropical forest inside the canyons, marshes and rice paddies, natural pools and caves complexes. The park main attractions are of course the tsingy formations and the rich wildlife.

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