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  • Andringitra National Park

The Tsaranoro massif has turned in a few years in one of the best rock climbing areas of the southern hemisphere. Its highest point reaches 800m high. The rock is virtually crack free and all routes are mostly bolted face climbs. The spot has every condition to end up as a climber's hang out with a very international crowd.

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Only for really experienced climbers: Tsaranoro Massif   © Madagascar Travel Guide
  •  Andantsara island

Andantsara is a legendary tiny island with only a few square kilometres area settled in North Madagascar. It is one of the smallest islands of the Hara archipelago with a metamorphic rock on either end connected by an isthmus of white sand dunes. Great limestone tsingy, a fantastic reed and beautiful sand beaches and a small hut bar nesting under the shadows of the rocks make it a popular place for advanced rock climbers, though despite its difficult access and some difficulties with the local population there are by far not that many visitors as you might expect considering the unique wilderness of this destination.
New Sea Rock 26, rue Colbert - BP 541 - Diego Suarez 201 - Tel. (00261 20) 82 218 54

  • Amber Mountain (Montagne d'Ambre)

This mountain overlooking Diego’s bay, the famous "Sugar Loaf", offers one of the most beautiful panoramic views of Madagascar. The place is also suitable for climbers of all levels, offering a range of as many as 60 tracks covering all levels and styles. Best climbing season for this area is June to November. Climatic conditions can get quite unfavourable during the wet months of December until April.