The Tsimanampetsotsa National Park lies in the south-west of Madagascar. The area is known to be one of the most beautiful southern sites of Madagascar. The region covers 90 percent of all species living within the Park. They are endemic to the area. Some features of this environment are 2,000-year-old quat baobab trees, the radiated tortoise, and the Grandidier’s mongoose. It comprises a blue 15-km long saline lake populated by pink and dwarf flamingos and other wading birds. The Emande circuit leads you to visit old tombs and explore the wild landscape where lemurs, reptiles, and water birds are found.
credit: Frank Vassen