The National Park Andohahela is an Important landmark of Madagascar. It is located in the South-Eastern part of the island. It was founded in 1997 and covers an area of about 800 square kilometers.
The mountain group Anosy forms a natural barrier for the humid Eastern winds. In this regard, the Park is divided into three areas with completely different environmental conditions. Andohahela ranks first among national parks in Madagascar from the point of view of biodiversity. Amazing tropical mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians coexist here in different ecosystems. Outstanding representatives of the flora are endemic trihedral palms, trees, octopuses and dwarf baobabs. There are over 200 species of ferns in the Park.
The Park is home for 12 species of lemurs, 5 of them exist in the semiarid part of the region. People studied 129 species of birds, 75 species of reptiles and 50 amphibians from here. In 2007, the national Park Andohahela was recognized as a world natural heritage.
The National Park Andohahela opened to the public. Here you can relax, enjoying the spectacular scenery of one of the most unique areas of wilderness.