Madagascar Photo Gallery: Ankarana National Park

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Ankarana Special Reserve is a small karst limestone plateau, about 5 km by 20 km, rising abruptly from the surrounding grassy plain. It is dominated by impressive tsingy formations.

Most of the tourist infrastructure is on the eastern side of the plateau, but we spent most of our time here on the less-accessible western side.

Iharana Bush Camp

sign tsingy lodge sign view across lake of tsingy tsingy at sunset sunset sunrise hiking canoes bungalow lodge lodge sign

There is an extensive subterranean cave system with underground rivers and at least sixteen species of bats.

cave cave formations Charlotte and guide in cave cave entrance column cave cave Charlotte in cave cave formations flow stone Paul and guide in cave formations columns Charlotte and guide in cave formations

bats boa spider cricket bat centipede crab scorpion spider

Ankarana west

tsingy view over valley tsingy tsingy tsingy tsingy rocks tsingy tsingy tsingy tsingy tsingy tsingy tsingy tsingy Paul Charlotte climbing tsingy tsingy tsingy tsingy

Night nature walk

sunset

green gecko gecko gecko gecko gecko gecko

dwarf chameleon dwarf chameleon chameleon chameleon

tree boa snake tree boa

Scop's owl

spider spider spider spider

grasshopper beetle damsel fly

scorpion

Ankarana east

sign landscape male bird female bird tsingy rary tsingy closeup car bird trail signs dry riverbed flower insect crowned lemur chameleon tsingy sign tsingy detail spider crowned lemur chameleon landscape

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