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salo National Park is a National Park in the Ihorombe Region of Madagascar. The park is known for its wide variety of terrain, including sandstone formations, deep canyons, a palm-lined oases, and grassland. The closest town is Ranohira, and the closest cities are Toliara and Ihosy.
Whether you head to the RN34 to Morondava or the famous RN7 down south of Madagascar. Antsirabe is a must place to stop. Known of the famous rickshaws and the local beer called THB, Antsirabe attracts many tourists due to its cool climate .
Strictly nocturnal and hard to find. Aye aye the rare animal that you can find at Ankanin'ny Nofy Peninsula Here is the best palce where you could find them in their wild habitat.
It is now possible to see aye aye during your stay at the Palmarium Hotel (Akanin’ny nofy). There’s a little island, 15 minutes by boat on the way to Manambato from the hotel where 6 aye aye individuals live
The Manambolo River is loctaed near the small Tsingy and a best way to have a day excursion on the gorge of Manambolo river in order to visit the Vazimba tombs and the caves of stalactites and stalagmites
This natural avenue of imposing Grandidier’s baobabs is one of Madagascar’s must-see sights. It is located some 45 minutes from Morondava. This is on the dusty track to Kirindy Reserve, Baobab Alley is best visited around sunrise or sunset. This is because the softer lighting brings out the red tones of the tree trunks and makes for a splendid photo opportunity.
The whole protected area, designated a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1990, comprises a surface of 1.575 km². This remote area was not a tourist trek until 1998, when the southern part (723 km²) was declared a National Park.
The northern section is an Integral Reserve so tourists are not allowed to enter the zone. The reserve’s canyons, gorges, undisturbed forests, lakes and mangrove swamps display an astonishing richness of fauna and flora which have not been completely recorded.