0

Climb the Razor Sharp Spikes at Tsingy, Madagascar

 

stephen-alvarez3-600x398

Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, Madagascar. The nature reserve on the western coast of Madagascar fascinates with the unusual karst limestone formations, known as Tsingy, which means where one cannot walk barefoot. It is sometimes referred as the stone forest.

The reserve is listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site, because of its unique fauna and flora: from mangrove forests, to wild birds and lemurs – the island is a habitat for the rarest species. Some of them might be spotted while climbing in Tsingy.

The sharp rocky spikes rise for hundreds of meters. There are various hiking treks – for beginners and for more experienced climbers. Hikers are advised to be careful, since some of those rocks are razor sharp. But the place is so unique, that is definitely worth visiting.

stephen-alvarez-600x400

Untitled-221-600x302

stephen-alvarez5-600x449

stephen-alvarez6-600x400

stephen-alvarez2-600x400

Luis-Miguel-Torres-Manchola-600x401

Untitled-231-600x400

stephen-alvarez4-600x400

 

Leave a reply