At the nearby Kirindy reserve, you can observe lemurs, geckos, birds and much, much more. A safari down the Tsiribihina river takes you along where you can see turtles, crocodiles, lemurs and birds. After a bit more than two days, you’ll reach Belo/Tsiribihina, which can also be reached from Morondava by a dirt track.
From there, the tour continues by 4WD to the Tsingy, sharp limestone formations, not unlike a moonscape, which are part of the UNESCO world heritage sites. The Tsingy are also home to birds, reptiles, lemurs and rare plants.