- Art & Culture
- Unesco World Heritage
This network is found under the Ankarana Massif, which extends for about 20 kilometres, parallel to the coast of Madagascar. Be ready for caves, stalagtites and stalagmites!
As well as being beautiful natural treasures, Ankarana's caves have a sacred side. Certain of them are the burial places of the royalty of Ankarana. The crocodiles which live in them are considered to be the reincarnation of those who died in battle. They are called "antandrano ", those who live in the water. In addition, half of Madagascar's bats live in these caves.
Ankarana is rich in fauna and flora, sacred lakes and canyons, and the famous Tsingy, those karst forests with the supernatural shapes.