Qingbei Malaha Strict Nature Reserve is the most famous scenic spot on Madagascar Island. It is listed as a natural cultural heritage by the World Cultural Heritage Organization. It has the most obvious karst landform on earth, the scenery is very similar to the stone forest in Kunming, Yunnan, and the scale is larger than the stone forest. There is a cable bridge between Shifeng and Shifeng. Playing during the period is as if you are in a fairy tale world, which is very magical.
The Qingbei Maraha Strict Nature Reserve on the island of Madagascar is a very magical geological landscape on the island. There is a stone forest landscape very similar to Kunming in our country. The stone peaks are like rock forests in different shapes and weird. It is definitely a very magical place and worth visiting.
Qingbei Malaha Strict Nature Reserve is a natural park similar to the Kunming Stone Forest in my country. After hundreds of millions of years of turbid ice and wind, the rocks here have formed a variety of strange shapes, all kinds of very mysterious. There is a feeling of leaving the earth to an alien planet.
Challenging Natural Rock Reserve This autumn, I went to Antharua, Madagascar, Africa for vacation with my wife. Trekking through the Tsangbei Maraha Strict Nature Reserve National Park is very challenging. And most people gave up halfway, so very few really crossed. This is a world cultural heritage site. You can enjoy the marvelous view of limestone on the way, which is a big challenge for those who do not exercise much. There are two main ways to hike here, small and large. The small Tsingy is short and easy, and you will have the opportunity to see some wild animals, such as spiders and insects, as well as ancient artifacts from ancestors who lived in limestone formations decades ago. However, as the old saying goes, "The infinite scenery is on the dangerous peak", the biggest bright spot is of course the Big Tsingy. But like other parks in Madagascar you need a guide. At the beginning of the hike, you will not be required to wear a seat belt, because once you enter the limestone formation, there will be many holes, so safety comes first. Then you need to cross two bridges. These bridges across the cliff are a challenge for people with acrophobia. The scenery here is similar to the stone forest in China. Once you leave the limestone formation area, you will lead to the primeval forest of the parking area. There you will see many interesting plants and animals, such as cute lemurs, spotted hyenas, baobab trees, cute striped mongooses and white-browed owls. Tips: 1. Generally, it takes several hours to choose the big Tsingy trek, so it is recommended to bring delicious drinks. 2. Limestone is sharp in many places. It is recommended to wear hard-soled shoes.