Ankarana Special Reserve is a small karst limestone plateau, about 5 km by 20 km, rising abruptly from the surrounding grassy plain in the region of Ambilobe. It is dominated by impressive tsingy formations. It is home to sixty species of reptiles and amphibians, 96 species of birds, 50 species of mollusks, and many snails.
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
There is an extensive subterranean cave system with underground rivers and at least sixteen species of bats.
Ankarana west: Ankarana Special Reserve
Night nature walk
Ankarana east: Ankarana National Park
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