Amber mountain National park
Montagne d'Ambre National Park is a national park which located in the Region of Diana in the northern part of Madagascar. This destination is popular for its endemic flora and fauna, water falls as well as crater lakes. It is 1.000 kilometers Antananarivo the capital city of the Island and is one of the most biologically diverse places in all of Madagascar with 75 species of birds, 25 species of mammals, and 59 species of reptiles are known to inhabit the national park.
Why should you combine this destination as part of your visit to Madagascar!
The park is rich in fauna and flora and covers an area of 18.200 hectares this is an isolated volcanic massif, mostly basaltic rock, above the surrounding dry region. Attractions include spectacular waterfalls and several crater lakes. There are numerous rivers and streams and the park is a water catchment area for the town of Diego suarez, which is surrounded by dry, sparse forests and semi-desert with succulent plants. The annual rainfall in the park is 3.585 millimeters per year
The beauty of the scenery a long the way to get Montagne d'ambre from Antananarivo through the RN34 and through Antsohiy the capital of cacao plantation l Ambanja l Ambilobe. You are going to see the true life style and the culture as well as custom of the northern people of Madagascar.