Why you should visit Tsingy
When not squeezing through fissures following the trail on the ground, or clambering up steps cut into the side of the rocks, those with a head for heights can see the park from a very different perspective by crossing the carefully constructed and well maintained walkways that span the pinnacles themselves to get a true sense of scale (this is one of the largest parks in Madagascar at 152,000 ha).
The imposing grey cliffs are dotted with splashes of green, as the weird and wonderful flora found here take hold, providing both habitat and food for a good number of lemurs and other wildlife. There is also the chance to explore the numerous river caves by pirogue, as a cooler alternative to the heat of the park.
The best time to travel to Tsingy is between August and December as they are the coolest and driest months.