Absolutely unique place that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world!
This is a real concrete jungle, created by nature over millions of years. No computer technology and 3D printers will not be able to create such a monstrous and fascinating in its scope stone trees, rising a hundred meters up, to the sun.
Tsingy de Bemaraha is the most famous place in Madagascar where you can get a few months out of the year where some to see with your own eyes, especially fly across half of the globe…
Rocky ledges and canyons of the Tsingy de Bemaraha were formed over millions of years mostly under the ground in deep, narrow caves, and monsoon rains have washed away tens of meters of limestone and thick layers of Cretaceous sediments, forming natural bridges, spires and gorges to a depth of 120 meters.
By the way, and today, despite the lowering of the water level, the underground rivers continue to change the landscape of caves and cracks in rocky woods, continuing to create new “trees”.
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