Through caves and rock climbing we discover the natural park of Tsyngi in Madagascar, with Luca Bracali. It is considered UNESCO patrimony of humanity and it is one of most unique park of the world. Often defined as a stone forest, Tsyngi is a huge massif of 100 km that erosion ha sculpted in a spectacular way: more than one-hundred meters pointed pinnacles alternate and create an extraordinary passage.
It is called stone forest and it expands more than 100 km among pointed pinnacles and deep canyon
Although it is very difficult to reach the park, it is worth it. We can find a lot of accessible circuits inside it, the most famous is called Grand Tsingy and it brings to Broadway cave. Six hours of time are necessary to travel insidious circuit, to climb among pinnacles and to discover incredible parts of this landscape. You have to put attention not to fall on the pointed pinnacles, after all in the malgascia language the word “tsyngi” means needle or point.
It is considered UNESCO patrimony of humanity