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Parc National Terrestre
Andohahela
Andringitra
Ankarafantsika
Ankarana
Baie de Baly
Bemaraha
Isalo
Kirindy Mitea
Mananara Nord
Mantadia Andasibe
Marojejy
Masoala
Midongy Befotaka
Montagne d'Ambre
Ranomafana
Tsimanampesotse
Tsingy de Namoroka
Zahamena
Zombitse Vohibasia


Parc National Marin
Mananara Nord
Sahamalaza


Parc National Terrestre
Bemaraha
Betampona
Lokobe
Tsaratanana
Zahamena


Réserve Spéciale
Ambatovaky
Ambohijanahary
Ambohitantely
Analamerana
Andasibe Analamazaotra
Andranomena
Anjanaharibe Sud
Bemarivo
Beza Mahafaly
Bora
Cap Sainte Marie
Ivohibe
Kalambatritra
Kasijy
Mangerivola
Maningoza
Manombo
Manongarivo
Marotandrano
Montagne et Forêt d’Ambre
Tampoketsa Analamaintso


 

Madagascar National Parks




The 5,000 km of coastline of the Big Island offers a heterogeneous panorama but enriched its differences. Lagoons, sunny beaches and sea of emerald provide you with coral reefs that spread nearly to 1,500 km.

Extraordinary corals populate the submarine world of Madagascar and its archipelagos. The coral reefs put thousands of years to build the sumptuous buildings that we admire in the warm waters of the Big Island.

The
National Park of Masoala and its marine reserves is a part of these jewels of the Malagasy coastline where beaches coast coral reefs. The 10,000 ha of Masoala shelters coral reefs, marine herbaria and mangrove swamps. The Marine Reserve of Tampolo is a striking example of it: the sea, of a tempting bruise, is calm. At various places, the divers can contemplate the corals and fish can be observed. In this part of the island, the coral reefs coast a fluvial forest. To see, for sure.

You can find our marine kingdom at
Baie de Baly - Cap Sainte MarieAnalamerana.