Tsingy de Bemaraha – A Beautiful Land of Dangers
These photos seem to have been taken somewhere in another world. Tsingy de Bemaraha is an amazing UNESCO World Heritage Site with a unique geomorphology that makes it look like a cursed land of steep obelisks and dangerous spikes.
Also a national park, the 250-suare-mile land of limestone spears is actually home to numerous endemic animals and plants. They are all perfectly adapted to living between these jagged spikes, which keep them safe like all homes are supposed to do. Interestingly, different species live on different levels of the spikes and they do so in a very resilient way. They cling on to the giant needles and live perfectly happy lives. Have a look at these awesome photos and be inspired by the (sometimes rugged)beauty of our planet.