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Beautiful smiles of a mother and her daughter while on the way to visit the Tsingy de Bemahara (200 km north of Morondava)

This is Madagascar‘s largest reserve (152,000 hectares) and classified as one of the world wonders by UNESCO. The fascinating raised limestone plateau is decorated with a frail, chaotic razor-sharp collection of pinnacles, the “Tsingy”.

The great variety of flora includes: aloes, orchids, numerous pachypodium and baobabs. The deciduous forest is home to over 50 species of birds; 7 species of lemurs (including the all-white Deckens sifaka) and the rare stump-tailed chameleon (Brookesia perarmata).

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