Infinite rice fields, granite hills, picturesque villages; then the descent towards the west coast through a succession of landscapes that vary from kilometer to kilometer. Then the majestuous baobabs… And the apogee is the incredible extraordinary geomorphology of the Tsingy de Bemaraha, a World Heritage Site. But here is not the end; golden beach and fantastic wildlife are still awaiting you ahead.
This area has three components, each with a strong “personality”: the Menabe Region, the land of baobabs, of which Madagascar boasts 7 varieties. The majestic Manambolo and Tsiribihina Rivers, which are more than just pretty . The experience of sailing on them remains equally engraved in cameras and memories; Lastly, the Bemaraha Tsingy in the neighbouring Melaky region, were extracted from the sea million years ago and will be erased by the same erosion that created them, in a few million years to come.  The Malagasy West is a huge area to be protected…

When to visit:

from April to November

(Bemaraha tsingy: July-November)

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Hot and dry 



Baobab Avenue, Bemaraha “Tsingy” NP (UNESCO), Kirindy-Mitea NP, Tsiribihina River



Morondava, Belo sur Mer

Travel Packages

Tsingy de Bemaraha


Unique landscapes of Madagascar

Western itinerary 11 days/10 nights

When to go: July-November

Highlights: Tsingy de Bemaraha NP, Kirindy Reserve, Baobab Avenue, Morondava, Antananarivo

take a closer look…

Feel like on another planet among the spectacular and unique landscapes of Western Madagascar. The majestuous baobabs, the incredible geomorphology of the Tsingy de Bemaraha, and the unique fauna and flore of this region.

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