Madagascar : Landmark Attractions

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FIVEAMA Women’s Association in the Ankarana Park

For an authentic ecotourism experience equipped with bungalows, eco-shops, museums of local culture, and a circuit of the sacred lakes of Mahamasina, the FIVEAMA Women’s Association in the Ankarana National Park offers a genuine and rewarding discovery of the Antakarana culture in the heart of nature. 

Tsingy Stone Forests

Meaning “the place where one cannot walk barefoot”, Tsingy Stone Forest is a truly unique UNESCO World Heritage Site comprised of limestone rock formations often described as “needle-like” in structure. Besides the distinctive formation, this rocky forest is home to rare and endangered lemurs and birds, along with the spectacular canyon of the Manambolo River.

Pirate Cemetery on Île Sainte-Marie

Once a pirate haven, this island is just four miles off the east coast of Madagascar and a great trip for adventure seekers. Hosting the world’s only pirate cemetery, legend has it that the various inlets and bays were used to hide boats and that an estimated 1,000 pirates inhabited the island for over 100 years.

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