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DSC_3213 Allee des baobabs-Madagascar Before the storm... Baobabs at sunset Baobabs again
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Quick Facts:

  • Located on the western coast of Madagascar
  • Declared a UNESCO world heritage site


Tsingy de Bemaraha is a unique geographical area with intriguing landforms. It is also known for its mangrove forests and lemur populations.


Best way to see and experience Tsingy de Bemaraha

More will follow on Tsingy de Bemaraha as it is declared an official or notable wonder of Africa.


Endangered Species of Africa

There are 100s of critically endangered species on every continent around the world. The wildlife, fauna and flora are much of what makes the various wonders of nature special. The endangered species of Africa are one of Seven Natural Wonder's greatest concerns. Take a moment and glance at some of the critically endangered wildlife.