I have been travelling for 3 weeks in Madagascar (which is not that much, but visited several national parks and sights). The Tsingy National park is in my opinion completely overrated. Yes it is UNESCO World heritage and it is uniquie, but for being that famous and rated as a must - see, I found it quite disappointing. The tour was quite exhausting, which I personally do not mind, but you should know, that you have to climb (and I mean climbing, not hiking), you have to crawl through narrow tunnels, climb ladders, cross bridges and all these ways do not follow proper safety regulations - one bridge had loose planks). One in our group panicked because of the ladders and bridges and all the climbing, one got almost at heat stroke (you are for hours in the sun without shadow), the guides do not properly inform you about the different tours, which ones are difficult and which ones are easy. So, if you are not sure-footed and without fear of heights, you should ask in advance about the different tours available and what each tour requires. In my personal opinion, it is not a must-see.
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