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Discover The tablelands Madagascar

The fourth largest island on the globe, Madagascar has no mountains, but most of the centre of the island is occupied by tablelands covering its full length from north to south. Three main massifs vary between 2,460 and 4,430 ft: the Tsaratanana in the north-west, the Ankaratra in the south of the capital, Antananarivo, and the Andringitra in the Fianarantsoa region in the south-east of the country.

  • The tablelands , The Tsingy of Bemaraha , Madagascar
    The Tsingy of Ankarana

    The limestone landscapes in Bemaraha, the Tsingy, are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Pierre-Yves Babelon / 123RF
  • The tablelands , Madagascar
    The tablelands
    Pierre-Yves Babelon / 123RF
  • The tablelands , Madagascar
    The tablelands
    Pierre-Yves Babelon / 123RF
  • The tablelands , Madagascar
    The tablelands
    Pierre-Yves Babelon / 123RF
  • The tablelands , Madagascar
    The tablelands
    Pierre-Yves Babelon / 123RF
  • The tablelands , Madagascar
    The tablelands
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