Tour offers in Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park
Most visitors decide to spend 2 to 3 nights in this unique and special area. A visit to this unique national park can be integrated, for example, into various round trip offers. Thus, we offer trips that include some of the most beautiful natural attractions of Madagascar such as. The Tsingy of Bemaraha, Morondava and Andasibe National Park can be visited. Such a trip can be arranged in details according to your personal interests. In Tsyingy de Bemaraha National Park there are different hikes and tours that you can take advantage of:
Small Tsingy (Petit Tsingy): The tour lasts about 4 to 5 hours and takes you through a labyrinth of limestone over two impressive viewpoints.
Manambolo gorge: A canoe trip along the gorge combined with easier trails through caves with stalactites and stalagmites to the mystical family tomb of the Vazimba tribe.
Great Tsingy (Grands Tsingy): Probably the most rewarding half-day excursion in the park! It goes deep into the limestone forest and over several suspension bridges with the impressive karst formations under your feet. The trail is not technically difficult and is also suitable for children. However, you should definitely be free from giddiness!
Anjohimanintsy Tour: A two day hike with camping in the park. This tour is a combination of several shorter hikes across the Tsingy formations. The program includes a visit to an underground cave and spotting a variety of plants and animals that share the different ecosystems.
The park is only during the dry season open from May to November. It is not accessible during the rainy season from mid/late November to mid or even late May. The Grand Tsingy are even only accessible from June and can then be visited until November. Many dubious operators offer tours throughout the year and bring unsuspecting travelers thus unnecessarily in danger.
You can book serious tours in the Bekapoka park office arrange and also get detailed information about which areas of the park are accessible. The guides are very qualified, but unfortunately speak - if at all - only broken English. The entrance fee is 25,000 Ariary for one day and 37,000 Ariary for two days. The guide fees depend on the chosen route.