Did you Know? Madagascar has a few World Heritage Sites
The Royal Hill of Ambohimanga, a 500-year-old burial site, the Atsinanana woods, which are home to numerous rare ape and lemur species, and the Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve, a labyrinth of limestone that spans a large portion of the island's western half. It's a jumble of twisted canyons, caverns, tunnels, and spires that's largely undiscovered. Because of the peculiar geology, there are indigenous species that have developed to live amid the karst skyscrapers.