Amber Mountain National Park
Travel to Amber Mountain National Park – Volcanic Massif & Crater Lakes
Situated in the far north of Madagascar, 40 kilometres south of Antsirana, Amber Mountain National Park is one of the most famous reserves on the island and northern Madagascar’s most visited attraction.
The park is dotted with beautiful hilly areas and is situated close to the Ankarana Reserve, known for its amazing limestone formations and interesting vegetation surrounding the various nooks and crannies.
Amber Mountain National Park (Montagne d’Ambre National Park) was created in 1958, covering an area of 18,200 hectares of prominent volcanic massif.
The park is known for its waterfalls and crater lakes. It is also one of the most biologically diverse places in all of Madagascar, including 75 different species of birds, 25 species of mammals, and 59 species of reptiles.
The park’s most notable atractions are the crowned lemur and Sanford’s brown lemur. The reptile and amphibian life is also diverse, and includes frogs, geckoes, chameleons and snakes. Birdwatchers will not be disappointed as 75 species of bird have been recorded in the park.
- Witness dramatic waterfalls and beautiful crater lakes.
- Over 75 species of bird have been recorded in the park.
- Head out on foot in search of crowned lemur and Sanford’s brown lemur.