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Masoala National Park is Madagascar's largest protected area. The 2,300 km² Masoala hosts extraordinary biodiversity in a wilderness environment, including littoral forest and steamy lowland rainforest, three marine sanctuaries, and the offshore Nosy Mangabe Special Reserve.

The absence of roads also means Masoala is one of Madagascar's most isolated protected areas – too far afield for many of the island's tourists. There are currently two ways to get to the national park – by foot or by boat. Maosola National Park is part of the Rainforests of the Atsinanana UNESCO World Heritage Site - a serial property composed of six national parks protecting relict forests in Madagascar.

The captivating red-ruffed lemurs are found only in the rainforests of Masoala, and nearly a dozen whale and 19 shark species have been recorded in the sheltered waters, in addition to dugongs. The mouth-watering species list for bird watchers includes helmet vangas, red owls and endangered serpent eagles.

READ MORE about Masoala National Park here and Eastern Madagascar here.

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