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Ambohitra

Montagne d'Ambre National Park comprises an extinct volcano and associated crater lakes. Rising to 1475 m above the surrounding dry savanna, this is one of the rainiest parts of Madagascar, receiving over 3500mm of precipitation annually, witness the picturesque waterfalls, and varied flora and fauna in the park. The park has well-groomed trails that are mostly mild and pleasant, though the intrepid can also find steeper, more challenging hiking opportunities. The upland rainforest at Montagne d'Ambre hosts Sanford's brown lemur, the northern sportive lemur, the fork-marked sportive lemur, the northern ring-tailed mongoose, several species of tenrec, the Madagascar crested ibis, the pitta-like ground roller, the Madagascar magpie robin, the white-throated rail, the Montagne-d'Ambre rockthrush and the white-throated oxylabe.


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