Madagascar Parks and Reserves


Madagascar’s National Parks and Reserves allows visitors the opportunity to explore varied and unique landscapes as well as observing the diverse flora and fauna that this magnificent island has to offer, many of which are endemic to this island.   Each park offers something different including birdwatching, nature watching, hiking, swimming as well as diverse and magnificent landscapes, from lush rainforests to dry arid areas to the UNESCO sites of The Tsingy, limestone rocks that are shaped in long blades.

This island is a nature lover’s paradise where visitors can get off the beaten track and immerse themselves in the beauty that surrounds them.  There is so much to explore here, see below for more information on some of the National Parks and Reserves of Madagascar.

Andasibe-Mantadia National Park

Covering 154 square kilometres of eastern Madagascar, this is a place of great beauty and biodiversity. Visitors can enjoy spectacular hikes, discover & swim in hidden waterfalls, search for rare orchids and seek out many of the endemic species that can be found within this park.

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Masoala National Park

Located in the north eastern region of Madagascar, Masoala National Park is where rainforest meets the water, giving a totally unique experience for people visiting this area. This is the largest National Park on the island and is abundant with wildlife and plant life, with rare and unique species found here.

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Isalo National Park

This stunning park, with it’s rock formations, canyons and dry deciduous forest, is located in the southern region of Madagascar.  This natural landscape with it’s varied and diverse terrain is one not to miss and is well worth exploring.

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Ranomafana National Park

Ranomafana National Park covers an area of 161 square miles of lush tropical rainforest and has been classified as a UNESCO Wolrd Heritage Site by the Antsinanana forests, with an extremely rich and varied fauna and flora.

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