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Helen Kennedy
Helen Kennedy Africa Travel Specialist
"You can’t help but be enchanted by the amazing wildlife – from the dancing lemurs to the chameleons as small as your fingernail"

Western Dry Forests Holidays

Madagascar’s deciduous dry forests are the island’s most fragmented and critically endangered forest type, and they are home to a unique assemblage of locally endemic animals and plants including five of the island’s six endemic species of Baobab tree. Iconic lemurs of the west include the acrobatic Coquerel’s sifaka and the tiny Madame Berthe’s mouse lemur.

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Locations within Western Dry Forests

Andrafiamena Andavakoera
A new stop on the northern circuit, this 74,600ha area encompasses transition forest and deciduous dry forest. There are caves and limestone formations. (Note that passages in the labyrinth are very narrow in places, so are suited for slim individuals only).With the establishment of FANAMBY's...
Anjajavy Forest Reserve
This unofficially protected parcel of tropical dry deciduous forest has much the same wildlife as Ankarafantsika, with the addition of innumerable baobabs of three species, and even groves of cycads at Moromba Bay. By day, visitors can expect to see Coquerel’s sifaka and Common brown lemurs,...
Ankarafantsika National Park
Ankarafantsika National Park is 120km southeast of the west coast port Mahajanga, about 2 hours’ drive. Its 13,000 hectares of western dry deciduous forest protects much the same wildlife as the Anjajavy Forest Reserve, with the addition of the rare Mongoose lemur; Western woolly lemur...
Ankarana National Park
Ankarana National Park (formerly Special Reserve) presents a fantastic landscape, with its expanses of razor-sharp pinnacles (tsingy). The 35km-long limestone massif is pierced by caves and canyons, and, between sheer cliffs, sunken moist deciduous forests harbour rare wildlife. The reserve...
Kirindy Forest
The Menabe Antimena Protected area is famed for its gigantic Grandidier’s baobabs – as well as two of Madagascar’s other endemic baobab species, (Adansonia rubrostipa and the large southern species A. za). The fascinating Kirindy Forest, comprises 10,000 hectares of dry deciduous...
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park
One of Madagascar's largest national parks, remote Tsingy de Bemaraha is also a World Heritage Site. It is one of western Madagascar's spectacular limestone karst plateaux topped with fields of razor-sharp, friable pinnacles or 'tsingy'.

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