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Bemaraha

The UNESCO World Heritage site of Bemaraha National Park is home to a vast field of fantastic "tsingy" karstic limestone formations. The park also boasts eleven species of lemur including Decken's sifakas and red-fronted brown lemurs, more than ninety species of birds including the elusive fish eagle, "armored" Brookesia perarmata chameleons, and over 350 plant species including baobabs, showy Malagasy flamboyants (Delonix regia), and the only wild banana native to Madagascar, the Musa perrieri.

The gorges of the Manambolo river at the southern edge of the Park are quite spectacular, with colorful sandstone cliffs covered by deciduous forest, through which flow the silt-laden waters out into the Mozambique Channel.


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