The Ankarana Special Reserve

The Ankarana Special Reserve is a protected area located in northern Madagascar. It is known for its unique limestone formations, including caves, tsingy (razor-sharp limestone pinnacles), and underground rivers. The reserve is also home to a diverse range of wildlife, including several lemur species, reptiles, and birds.

Visitors to Ankarana Reserve can explore the impressive limestone landscapes, go hiking along trails that lead to different attractions within the reserve, such as the Bat Cave and the Tsingy Rouge (Red Tsingy), and observe wildlife in their natural habitats.

Ankarana Reserve is a popular destination for nature lovers, adventure seekers, and those interested in ecotourism. It offers a chance to experience Madagascar’s unique biodiversity and stunning geological features.

If you are planning a trip to Ankarana Reserve or have any specific questions about the reserve, further information can be given upon request.


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    2 April 2024

    […] Distribution and habitat: The Malagasy civet inhabits Madagascar’s lowlands and rainforests. Our tours in the Eastern and Northern areas of Madagascar will lead you to the homes of this rare species. They can be also encountered in Amber Mountain National Park and in the Ankarana Special Reserve. […]

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