The Small Tsingy of Tsingy de Bemaraha National park is located near the entrance of Bekopaka village. With its magnificent formation, it can immediately catch your attention from a distance on the road before taking the small ferry in the gorge of Manambolo. Tsingy is a formation of fissured limestone done by the raising groundwater and also the result of the erosion by wind and rains. Due to that erosion, the rocks become sharp — pointed and the altitude of this marvel of nature is variable for a peak to another. What is incredible with this rock-park is that trees and other endemic plants grow between limestone adding a softer vibe to the park.
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