DiscoverThe "Wild West".
As soon as one speaks of the western part of Madagascar, one already imagines the Tsingy of Bemara which is a national park classified as a UNESCO heritage site. There are also the dry forests of Kirindy and Kirindy Mite to the north and south of Morondava with its famous Fosa and lemurs, including the world's smallest lemur. The famous baobab alley and its three species. MAKAY, a hiker's paradise. The beaches of Belo su mer, Andavadoaka, Salary to Mangily southwards along the west coast...Read more