Masoala National Park in Madagascar is a center of biodiversity, where many streams spring in a tropical rain forest. I was luck to spent lots of time in Masoala.
Rivers are lifelines of our planet!
Ranomafana National Park is one of the most exotic places in Madagascar. Its steep slopes are covered by the dense and humid cloud forest, where trees are covered by epiphytes, home to many endemic orchids, lemurs, frogs, and other forest dwellers. Copious rains feed many […]
Amid the African savanna, the water has carved beautiful canyon and circular potholes, hence the name Bourke’s Luck Potholes. Waterfalls, rapids, ancient red rocks, and other attractions are part oft his natural wonder.
Unlike the lush and wet east, west of Madagascar is a patchwork of the sun-scorched savannas and dry forests. The Tsiribina is one of the largest rivers that traverse this part of Madagascar.
During our expedition to Madagascar, I spent several days in one very remote village in Mananara National Park. A small stream that flows through the village is a centre of activities.
This is a story about our search for the big waterfall in Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. It turned out to be more discovering the river, forest, and the wetlands.