IntroductionMontagne d'Ambre National Park is one of the most visited attractions in Madagascar. Located in the northern region, 620 mi/1,000 km northeast of Antananarivo, it contains more than 12 mi/20 km of trails for self-guided hikes. With more than 70 species of birds found in the park, including the unique Amber mountain rock-thrush, it is also a great place for bird-watching. Montagne d'Ambre spreads out over 44,973 acres/18,200 hectares, and the landscape there ranges from volcanic massif and lush forest to waterfalls and crater lakes. A permit is needed to enter the park—it can be arranged upon arrival. (If you want to fly to the park, you'll also need to make arrangements with Madagascar Airtours in advance.)
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