Tsingy of Bemaraha National Parks is the second largest Park in Madagascar and covers a huge area. Two accessible Trails the Small Tsingy and the Great Tsingy due to the height of the Limestone Pinnacle. Amazing Weirdness. Formed by the erosion of Limestone and due to the unique Geology, this has created unbelievable jagged formation. The word Tsingy roughly translate to English as “where one cannot walk barefoot”. The deep ravine carved in rock hold fragments of forest where Lemurs can be seen. Chance to see the all white Decken’s Sifaka moving like Ghosts in the distance as well as the Red fronted Brown Lemur and a Sportive Lemur that popped out of a tree hole. Exploring several Caves carved out by water erosion, crossing the suspended bridges and visit the main viewpoints to look out over the Tsingy.